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Cinque Terre makes a fun and easy daytrip from nearby Italian cities like Milan or Florence. Freeartist Getty Images

Trekking along Cinque Terre's trails is the main attraction in this Ligurian destination. Danielle Kiemel Getty Images

If you're not going to hike, the second-best option for getting around is by train. It's both scenic and affordable. Alex Tihonovs / EyeEm Getty Images

To catch the views beneath the water, travelers head to Riomaggiore for boating, scuba diving and snorkeling. Afriandi Getty Images

Of all the towns that make up Cinque Terre, Monterosso contains the most traveler amenities. Igor Jankovic / EyeEm Getty Images

Corniglia is the most remote of all five Cinque Terre towns. Danielle Kiemel Getty Images

Vernazza is often referred to as the crown of Cinque Terre, and views like this one at dusk explain why. kiszon pascal Getty Images

Manarola is one of the five villages that make up the Cinque Terre region, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, as well as a national park. Guillaume CHANSON Getty Images

The Via Dell'Amore, which connects Riomaggiore with Manarola, is one of the most popular hikes in all of Cinque Terre, but it's currently closed to the public. Latsalomao Getty Images

Expect views like this one of Manarola when on a boat tour. Perry Mastrovito Getty Images

You'll spot signs like this one directing you along the Footpath Monterosso. smidtb Getty Images

Don't miss viewing the towns within the Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre at night when lights illuminate the villages. Luís Henrique Boucault Getty Images

All of Cinque Terre's five towns are encompassed within the Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre. Inbal Caspi / EyeEm Getty Images

The view from this monastery's grounds is awe-inspiring, as are several famous works of art that are found inside, including the "Crucifixion" by Anthony van Dyck. Freeartist Getty Images

The Parco Nazionale Cinque Terre is just 15 square miles, but it's packed with five rustic Italian towns and numerous trails with breathtaking views. Bento Fotography Getty Images

Don't have enough time to hike Cinque Terre? Taking a boat tour is the next best thing. Carol Yepes Getty Images

The traveler-approved Footpath Monterosso connects the town of Vernazza with Monterosso. Karl Borg Getty Images

The path that stretches from Vernazza to Corniglia is punctuated by views like this one. BremecR Getty Images

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Riomaggiore picture in Cinque Terre
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Corniglia picture in Cinque Terre
Vernazza  picture in Cinque Terre
Manarola picture in Cinque Terre
Via Dell'Amore picture in Cinque Terre
Boat Tour Views picture in Cinque Terre
Trail Sign picture in Cinque Terre
National Park by Night picture in Cinque Terre
National Park Harbor picture in Cinque Terre
Church of San Francesco picture in Cinque Terre
National Park picture in Cinque Terre
Boat Tours picture in Cinque Terre
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