Cinque Terre is a region in Italy that holds 5 different towns on the Amalfi coast. One of them, Corniglia, is built on a hill so you have to climb alot of stairs to get to the top. It is very touristy but certainly has its aesthetic value. The towns are all extremely tiny and can be done in a day or two. There is a train that connects them, but many prefer to hike across along the seaside paths. When I went, some of the paths were shut down so we took the train. The towns are pretty expensive but I had some amazing lasagna. There were great rocks and the color of the sea was so blue! I dipped my feet in the water, but it was a little too cold to go swimming all the way. Since the towns are so small, it is difficult to find hostels to stay in so we stayed at a campsite 15 minutes away from Manarola. On the way back from Cinque Terre we stopped at the leaning tower of Pisa to take some photos. It was a great weekend.