Vernazza in Italy has a fascinating history that dates all the way back to the Roman Empire. Over the years, Vernazza’s fortress walls and seaward sailing ships have helped it rise from the ashes, but sadly it was tragically hit by an earthquake in 2005. Despite this setback, Vernazza is slowly rebuilding itself from the ground up and with a refreshing, invigorating new color.
The most colorful houses are those in the alleys beginning from the main road starting with via alla Chiesa, – via Ai Silvagni, and ending with via Alla Spiaggia. The town is rich in history and beauty.
These colorful houses, vibrant murals, and great food are just a few of the things that make Vernazza so much fun to hang out in. Take a walk along the fungal-colored stone wall and enjoy this Italian seaside town.