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In Northern Italy’s mountainous Liguria region lies the port city of Genoa. The city is home to the largest seaport in the country, serving as a regional hub for passenger and goods transport. Near the bustling boat traffic, Genoa’s historic Porto Antico district features old buildings mixed in with modern shops, restaurants, and attractions.
Most of Genoa’s attractions date back hundreds of years, and numerous world history events have ties to the city. Genoa’s museums offer excellent insight into the city’s vibrant past, displaying awe-inspiring artifacts and some world-famous works of art.
When it comes time to dine in Genoa, there are options galore. Regional specialties include pesto, seafood, and other Mediterranean-style cuisines. Numerous top-notch restaurants offer delicious variations of each, and sweet-seekers can rest assured that the baked goods scene is strong here too.
Traveling in Genoa is simple. The city has an extensive network of bus and metro routes, and funiculars are also available. The Airport of Genoa services international and regional flights, and ferries and cruise ships provide water travel from the city’s busy port.
Fun Fact: Genoa’s been home to several notable people, including Sigmund Freud and a high concentration of maritime navigators.
As one of Italy’s top cultural and industrial centers, Genoa features a long list of traveler amenities, historical sites, and shopping options. The city’s artistic past (and present) has made a lasting impression on its architecture, elegant piazzas, and even modern street art.
Whether you’re visiting Genoa for its historical attractions or passing through on a quick business trip, set aside some time to experience the essence of the city.
Sip your morning cappuccino while strolling along Via Garibaldi, a centuries-old street packed with residences fit for royalty.
Stand in the shadow of the Lighthouse of Genoa. Join a lighthouse tour to explore the on-site museum and catch sweeping views of the sea.
Pop into Caffe Pasticceria Mangini to sample some of the region’s best sacripantina (sponge cake).
Escape to the laid-back Boccadasse neighborhood for a low-key, al fresco lunch. Enjoy a post-meal meander along the pebble-stone beach while admiring sea views and the district’s unique and colorful structures.
Scope out some of the city’s oldest structures at the Porta Soprana gate.
Transport yourself to the tropics at the all-glass Biosphere. The climate-controlled sphere houses non-native animals in a lush, balmy setting.
Take a break next to the Piazza De Ferrari fountain.
Savor the sunset and the sea with a private boat cruise at dusk.
Round out the evening with some beverages at Bar La Tartana.
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Once you’ve explored Genoa’s top attractions, you can venture beyond the city limits to see the rest of the region. Head an hour’s drive north to Ente Parco Naturale Regionale dell Antola to experience rolling mountain valleys and sparkling lakes, or take a day trip to Milan, just a two-hour train ride away.
Before you branch out to Northern Italy’s best cities and attractions, find luggage storage in Genoa. Book online reservations with Bounce, and you’ll have access to storage sites that are convenient and secure.
Aquarium of Genoa: This massive watery wonderland houses over 500 aquatic species, and is one of the largest aquariums in Europe. The aquarium’s structure resembles a ship and features extensive exhibits highlighting marine life from all over the world. Visitors can view coral reefs, stand a glass pane away from sharks, and spend time interacting with rays at the touch pool. Staff-led presentations are also offered throughout the day, offering guests opportunities to learn more about a few of the aquarium’s residents. Site amenities include restrooms, food vendors, and Wi-Fi; it’s an excellent place to plant yourself on a rainy day.
Genoa Cathedral: This 12th-century church is a prominent piece of Genoa’s history. The architectural wonder towers over the stone-paved streets of Old Town and can be reached on foot or via public transport. Intricate scenes and designs are carved into the cathedral’s facade; visitors could easily spend hours examining the building’s exterior. The church’s interior is also worth exploring. Gorgeous frescoes adorn its walls, and a misfired World War II arterial shell is on display. Below the surface, though, is where some of the cathedral’s best artifacts are housed. In the subterranean Museum of the Treasury, exhibits include a Roman sarcophagus and historical artifacts dating back to biblical times.
Galata Museo del Mare: This multifaceted maritime museum focuses on the region’s history with the sea. The museum’s two dozen exhibits range from an authentic 1976 submarine to life-sized recreations of a 17th-century ship galley and 200-year-old schooner. Visitors can tour the submarine’s interior, learn about Genoa-born explorer Christopher Columbus’ excursions, and view historical globes and maps used to navigate ocean travels. Some displays are interactive, and an on-site media library offers additional info on topics highlighted in the museum.
Parco delle Mura: This sloping park is the largest green space in Genoa. It’s just an hour’s walk or public transit ride from the city center, and can also be reached via bicycle. Parco delle Mura is a popular spot for hiking and running, and its proximity to the city makes it an easy half-day destination. The park’s paths weave along rugged hillsides and towering 18th-century military fortifications. For some fantastic countryside views and outdoor recreation in Genoa, Parco delle Mura is the place to be.
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The price for luggage storage in Genoa is just €5/bag for the entire day.
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The most popular restaurants to visit are Nuovo Lido Beach, Cavour 21, and Antica Osteria del Bai. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Genoa are B&B Hotel Genova, Casa del Pellegrino, and Novecento.
Genoa offers several scenic parks including Parco Naturale Regionale di Portofino - Aree contigue, Villetta di Negro, and Villa Durazzo-Pallavicini.
You can find local tourist information at Villa Borzino - Busalla, Pro Loco, and Infocenter & Virtual Tour.
If you're looking for a good museum in Genoa, we recommend Royal Palace, House of Christopher Columbus, and Doge's Palace Genoa. If you prefer to be outside, you can give yourself a walking tour and see some of Genoa's most popular historical attractions including Royal Palace, White Palace, or Red Palace and monuments like Genoa Cathedral, House of Christopher Columbus, or Doge's Palace Genoa. Lastly, you can enjoy the local ruin of Veleia Romana, Castellaro di Albisola Superiore, or Forte San Giacomo.