Liguria is one of the official regions of Northwest Italy, on the Ligurian Sea. 2,000 years ago the whole northwestern part of Italy, including what are now Piedmont and Lombardy, were inhabited by the Liguris, the people from whom this region gets its name.
Popular destinations: Genoa
and Cinque Terre
Cinque Terre, which means Five Lands, comprises the five small coastal villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza and Monterosso located in the Italian region of Liguria.
Popular destinations: Vernazza
Genoa is a historic port city in northern Italy, the capital of the Liguria region.
Portofino is a small fishing village in the Liguria region of Italy, situated on the Ligurian Sea.
Seborga is a small town of 320 people in northwest Italy, near the French border.
Ventimiglia is a town in Liguria, Italy. The old town sits on hill west of the river, the new town with the railway station is on the east bank.
Rapallo is a city in Liguria. Rapallo can be reached by regional trains from Genova, which run several times a day from Genova Principe and Genova Brignole stations.
Albenga is a town in Liguria, it as ancient town with a well preserved historical centre and a seaside resort.
Moneglia is a city in Liguria. Moneglia is on the coast, about an hour's drive southeast from Genoa and about an hour's drive northwest of the limits of Parco Nazionale delle Cinque Terre.
Popular Destinations in Northwest Italy