It is an area of rugged landscapes, with hills falling directly in the sea. On the hills, terraces were built to allow some agricultural activities. Quite a part of the area is covered with vineyards, but there are also many other trees, including olives, lemon, cherries to name a few.
The five villages of the region are Monterosso al Mare, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola, and Riomaggiore.
The hiking trails are well maintained but quite steep. Be prepared to climb and descend step after step...
More pictures are on this page.
All pictures below were taken around Zug, Switzerland.
View towards the Entlebuch
View from Sattelpass
Going up to Trogenegg
View towards Pilatus (on the left) ans Stanserhorn (on the right)
View towards the Alps in canton Obwald
View in the direction of Flühli
Close to the Glaubenberg pass
It is a city with plenty to see, architecturally and culturally. A few examples are below, more can be seen in the gallery.
Avenue 9 de Julio, the world’s widest avenue.
Plaza de Mayo and the Casa Rosada (office of the president)
The cemetery of Recoleta
Here are a few pictures of Air14, an air show - in Payerne, Switzerland - to celebrate 100 years of Swiss Air Force, 50 years of the Patrouille Suisse and 25 years of the PC7 Team. Many international teams as eel as historic planes attended the show. A small selection can be seen below.