During my vacation, I visited a lot of places in Cinque Terre. These included places with fewer people like red rock and strange-shaped caves, as well as ancient legends that gave this area a mysterious color.
Subway Cave: You can see evidence of the Native Americans who once lived in stone dwellings within this cave, as well as paintings. The specific location is somewhat hidden--you won't find any clear signs pointing to it during your hike. It's best to ask people who are heading back how they got there, because there will be arrows drawn on tree trunks at critical intersections. Most of the way is flat; however, there will be a final climb that requires hands and feet at times. It should take about four hours roundtrip, but safety is key.Tlaquepaque Arts &ShoppingVillage: This place is filled with artistic vibes; though called a shopping village, personally I didn't feel the commercial vibe here was strong at all--instead it felt very artistic. In each of the little lanes, arches and fountains throughout my walk around here, I felt like I was strolling through Europe again Devil's Bridge: This one is simpler than Subway Cave--it shouldn't be too difficult as a hike but it might be slippery if there's snow up top. It takes about 2 1/2 hours roundtrip from town if you don't stop for photos along the way Sedona Airport Scenic.
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