The Cinque include five small coastal villages of Riomaggiore, Manarola, Corniglia, Vernazza, Monterosso located in the region of Liguria in the province of La Spezia.
The "Cupolone" or huge dome, along with the cathedral bell-tower, remains to be known as the "CAMPANILE DI GIOTTO" and provides the most striking feature of any view of the city. Althoug Giotto, the famous painter and architect, designed the tower, only the lowest part had been completed at his death in 1337.
The Ponte Vecchio (Old Bridge), built in 1345, was the first bridge in Florence along the Arno River and is the only surviving bridge in Florence medieval Ponte Vecchio days.The is still full of shops selling gold and silver jewelry . From the bridge, will have a magnificent view of the Arno River and beyond.