Liguria was the first, and then five more villages emerged that seemed to be born of Mediterranean marine flowers. We had planned to visit all five, but in the end, we only got to go to two. The scale while leaving a cruise ship moored in Livorno is little, the distance to the region is not short, precisely, and the roads leading from one to another are in a precarious state, later date after flooding last winter. So we decided to save three of them for next time, and make the most of the two that we did see. Monterosso was the farthest away, yet the most accessible. A winding road leads to the entrance of the village, fully pedestrianized and paid parking zones.