Shimmering in bright colours, Manarola is a beautiful town just above Lake Corno in the Cinque-Terre region of North Italy. The city, with colorful architecture and buildings looks like a masterpiece by some great artist. Said to be the oldest among the Cinque-Terre villages, it houses a church of San Lorenzo from 1838.
Fishing and Wine making are the most important industries in the city, and Sciacchetrà, a special kind of absolutely delicious wine is well-known. Celebrated in most of Antonio Discovolo’s paintings, Manarola has become one of the most important tourist attractions in the recent years.