Portofino is a very small village… and thus the pictures show more or less the same objects :) of course there are many small elements that would make good pictures, but didn’t have time for them.
we spent only a few hours there…i managed to walk a bit on the hill facing the ‘colourful’ houses wherefrom you can get this view, but also the ones below
my photos look somehow vintage because the sun was on the other side…
on the hill
view to the other side
i hate that i didn’t notice that i cut the feet of this guy :/
and other photos. on this side there were many cute cafes/terraces
this time of the year - there are many tourists. the place is very popular among rich people :) from wiki:
In the late 19th century, first British, then other Northern European aristocratic tourists began to visit Portofino, which they reached by horse and cart from Santa Margherita Ligure. Aubrey Herbert was one of the more famous Englishmen to maintain a villa at Portofino. Eventually more expatriates built expensive vacation houses, and by 1950 tourism had supplanted fishing as the town’s chief industry, and the waterfront was a continuous ring of restaurants and cafés.