Travel theme: Multicoloured

Vernazza, Cinque Terre, ItalyI associate the word multicoloured with one place in particular – the Cinque Terre in Italy – so picking a shot for this week’s travel theme was easy. It’s by far the most colourful place I’ve visited, and probably the most beautiful too. I’d been dreaming of visiting this stunning region for quite a while, so when I finally had the chance I felt compelled to start this blog and tell people about it. This photo was taken in one of the five towns called Vernazza. It’s a place that has to be seen to be believed.

7 thoughts on “Travel theme: Multicoloured

  1. Ishaiya

    A friend I met in Venice told me about Cinque Terre, she said I would love it and that I should visit some time. It looks similar to Venice, just without the water.
    Have you been to Venice yet, I remember you saying you were going to visit?

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    1. Ben Post author

      You must visit Cinque Terre! There are no canals, and I would imagine it has a lot more hills than Venice. But I am yet to meet somebody who hasn’t fallen for its charms. I’ve not visited Venice yet – our plans changed as the prices seemed to rocket before we got around to booking which was a shame. Hopefully next year though!

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    1. Ben Post author

      Thanks Laura! Oh I’d love to visit the Amalfi coast, it looks spectacular! It’s definitely high on my list for future visits to Italy. i think it’s quite similar to the Cinque Terre, so if you enjoyed Amalfi you’ll love it there šŸ™‚ Italy certainly has some of the most incredible coastline in Europe, I can’t wait to explore more of it in the future!

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