34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust

I spent nearly two weeks in the beautiful area of Italy known as “Cinque Terre” (five lands, in Italian) and the quaint, colorful cities captured my heart. I opted not to edit a single photo in this post (except for the Pinterest pins!) to give you the real deal when it comes to Cinque Terre and not the over-saturated, super-sharp images you’ll find flooding Instagram feeds.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieRiomaggiore Marina

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieJust your average apartment rental office, Riomaggiore

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieA glass of wine and a sunset, why not? A top the mountains behind Riomaggiore

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieSunset over Cinque Terre with the small city of Codeglia in the distance.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieColorful facades in Riomaggiore

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieOld town alleyways in Vernazza.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With Jackie

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34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With Jackie#HomeGoals in Vernazza

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieSweeping views of Vernazza

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieWhere the sea meets the city, Vernazza

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With Jackie

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34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackiePeeking through at Vernazza.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieEven on a cloudy day Vernazza is stunning.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieRough seas in the Riomaggiore marina.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieA pretty #PinkHour at the Riomaggiore marina.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieThose iron balconies though! Monterosso al Mare

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackiePretty alley-ways in Monterosso al Mare

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieCan I move in, please? Just the average home in Monterosso al Mare.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieCan I move in here, too? The hues of pink in Vernazza stole my heart.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieJust another perfect sunset from the Riomaggiore marina.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieThose colors though! You can even see the blue hues of the sea down the main street in Manarola.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieManarola is even stunning on a cloudy day with angry seas.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieI feel as if homes like this don’t even exist in real life. I had to pinch myself to accept the cute-ness of this home found a top the town of Maranola.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieA perfect #PinkHour over the main street of Riomaggiore.

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34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieJust a humble view of the blue hues of the sea from a local’s garden over the city of Maranola.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieA doorway to a door, overlooking the sea, adorned in vines in Maranola.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieI am positive that I never climbed as many stairs in my life as I did this one particular day in Maranola.

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieTalk about a garden with a view in Riomaggiore!

34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust - Get Lost With JackieHumble sunsets and pretty street lanterns in Riomaggiore.

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.Just the average abode in Corniglia.

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.After the sunset the entire city of Riomaggiore had a hint of pink.

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.Speaking of pink, I couldn’t get enough of the colors in Corniglia!

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.Pretty pops of color in ever corner in Vernazza.

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.The cutest gelateria that ever existed, exists in Vernazza.

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.Here I am, in front of Maranola, sending some of these gorgeous photos to everyone I know!

I’m pretty sure that the sky went out of its way to be a perfect #PinkHour almost every night I spent in Riomaggiore.

 

 

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20 responses to “34 Photos to Ignite Cinque Terre Wanderlust”

  1. Maggie says:

    So beautiful! I just love all the colors. Looks like a great place to just wander and get lost. Seems like no matter which way you go, the views will be spectacular!

  2. Beautiful photos! We went to Italy last year but didn’t have time to go to Cinque Terre. 🙁 I really want to go back!

  3. Eemma says:

    I loved your post! I am all about photo heavy blog posts, I personally believe that photos can give you more of a sense of place than writing. This town is so colorful, it reminds me of a city here in Mexico called Guanajuato!

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      I’ve just recently been informed about how many cities in Mexico might look similar to Italy and now I have some serious Mexico wanderlust LOL thanks for the wonderful compliments!

  4. Paroma says:

    Even with no editing CT photos look breathtaking! Heard that the govt will be regulating the number of tourists there soon, I so want to visit before that happens. You are lucky to have been there!

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      Thanks so much! I’m actually writing a piece about the REAL REASON they’re looking to regulate tourists there! I’d plan to visit before April or after October, otherwise its swarming with tourists and you won’t get a real feel for the area.

  5. ada says:

    wow Italy is so beautiful! I did a road trip ones there, but I feel like Ive missed all those wonderful places! I guess I am gonna have to go back one day! your photos are beautiful !

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      I feel like I could explore Italy every year for the rest of my life and still discover new places! I hope you get to visit again one day!!

  6. Lacey says:

    absolutely beautiful! I have always kind of wanted to go here but have never cared too much! Now… I want to go NOW! haha! Loved this!

  7. Your photography is beautiful. The views are breath-taking. Keep it up!

  8. Ketki says:

    Stunning pictures of an already stunning place. A friend of mine was asking details about Cinque Terre to be shared with her from FTB community. This will come in handy for her. Keep travelling and sharing 🙂

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      Oh I hope it can help her! It’s not too informational regarding how to get there or where to stay, etc but it sure will give some wanderlust LOL

  9. I particularly like the SUNSET shots. Very much in fact. Such an iconic place to visit sometime soon I hope. BELLA Italia!

    • Jacklyn Shields says:

      I hope you can visit soon, too! The sunsets are particularly pretty in this little slice of heaven.

  10. Simona says:

    Yes! You managed to do that! I miss Cinque Terre so bad! One of the best places in Italy (though I think that Italy is just gorgeous by default)!

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