Ashok Som
More ideas from Ashok
You’ve likely heard of Manarola before: It's one of the five colorful cliffside towns that make up the Cinque Terre. With its terraced vineyards and small, scenic harbor, it’s arguably the most romantic of them all (and not as trafficked as the larger towns of Monterosso and Vernazza). Here, you’ll find a scenic walking trail to the neighboring town of Riomaggiore, aptly named Via dell'Amore, or the Trail of Love.

You’ve likely heard of Manarola before: It's one of the five colorful cliffside towns that make up the Cinque Terre. With its terraced vineyards and small, scenic harbor, it’s arguably the most romantic of them all (and not as trafficked as the larger towns of Monterosso and Vernazza). Here, you’ll find a scenic walking trail to the neighboring town of Riomaggiore, aptly named Via dell'Amore, or the Trail of Love.

The turquoise waters of Moraine Lake nestled in the Canadian Rockies of Banff National Park, #fluffyhero9

The turquoise waters of Moraine Lake nestled in the Canadian Rockies of Banff National Park, #fluffyhero9

Загадка Востока... Константин Разумов. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

Загадка Востока... Константин Разумов. Обсуждение на LiveInternet - Российский Сервис Онлайн-Дневников

A popular site for Catholic pilgrims due to its association with the famed mystic St. Teresa of Ávila, the city has a remarkably preserved Old Town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ávila is just 70 miles away from Madrid, which makes it ideal for a day trip (there are frequent trains between the cities), but once you see the way the city walls are lit up at night in an ethereal glow, behold the castle-like Gothic cathedral, or taste the famous yemas de Santa Teresa—small pastries made…

A popular site for Catholic pilgrims due to its association with the famed mystic St. Teresa of Ávila, the city has a remarkably preserved Old Town that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Ávila is just 70 miles away from Madrid, which makes it ideal for a day trip (there are frequent trains between the cities), but once you see the way the city walls are lit up at night in an ethereal glow, behold the castle-like Gothic cathedral, or taste the famous yemas de Santa Teresa—small pastries made…

A sprawling Gothic basilica is the centerpiece of this fairy tale Basque fishing village, but it's really only the beginning of a long list of things to see, do, and eat (hello, pintxos). For starters, there's a pair of gorgeous beaches right in town. From the longer Karraspio Beach, at low tide you can walk—yes, walk—across a sandbar to the nearby San Nicolás Island. Hike to the top of the small island for panoramic views of Lekeitio and the rugged Basque coastline.

A sprawling Gothic basilica is the centerpiece of this fairy tale Basque fishing village, but it's really only the beginning of a long list of things to see, do, and eat (hello, pintxos). For starters, there's a pair of gorgeous beaches right in town. From the longer Karraspio Beach, at low tide you can walk—yes, walk—across a sandbar to the nearby San Nicolás Island. Hike to the top of the small island for panoramic views of Lekeitio and the rugged Basque coastline.