About Genoa

Genoa, often referred to as “La Superba” (The Superb), is a captivating Italian city located on the Ligurian coast. With a rich history dating back to ancient times, Genoa has played a pivotal role in maritime trade and cultural exchange, making it a city of great historical significance.
The city boasts a charming blend of old-world charm and modern vibrancy. Its historic center is a maze of narrow streets and alleyways, lined with colorful buildings, ancient churches, and bustling piazzas. The impressive Palazzi dei Rolli, a UNESCO World Heritage site, showcases the city’s architectural splendor and offers a glimpse into its past grandeur.
Genoa’s maritime heritage is prominently displayed at the Old Port (Porto Antico), where visitors can explore attractions like the Galata Maritime Museum and the Aquarium of Genoa, one of the largest and most diverse aquariums in Europe. As a culinary hub, Genoa is celebrated for its gastronomic delights. The local cuisine features dishes like pesto sauce, focaccia bread, and fresh seafood that highlight the region’s Mediterranean flavors.

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Surrounded by stunning coastal landscapes, Genoa also serves as a gateway to the picturesque Ligurian Riviera, with its charming coastal towns like Portofino and Cinque Terre easily accessible.

For more information: Visit Genoa

Genova City Pass

It is the official tourist pass of the city of Genoa that allows you to discover the city while making the most of your free time! The card includes: free travel on AMT public transport, free access to the main museum attractions. For more information: Genova City Pass

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