Think of something wonderful, Cinque Terre is more than that!
A Unesco World Heritage site since 1997, Cinque Terre is a collection of medieval seaside villages in the Liguria Region. To be precise, allow me name them as even the sound is absolutely adorable: Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso.
Going to Italy at the end of May is such a treat as you can enjoy some lovely warm weather, have the most amazing vegan ice-cream, smell the sea breeze, listen to the waves and fall in love with a stunning view. And people, what a view! Tiny beautiful villages lightened up in the sun with vivid colours, narrow streets filled with intense activities and folkloristic sounds then flowers. Beautiful flowers everywhere to delight my eyes with pleasure. What stands out from this strip of land is the colour palette under the different lights of the day. You will never have enough of it.
Cinque Terre's unique historical feature are the terraced cliffs used to cultivate grapes and olives. Gardens are pretty lovely too, many roses and wild flowers. Sleeping is not included in the journey as how can you actually miss all this? Too much to see, love, enjoy and breathe. Forget the car as you travel by train, a quite efficient service actually, or on foot.
No stress, just chill and food...well wine too!