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The main train station in Genoa, Genova Piazza Principe is used by many people every day. In fact, it is estimated that 24,000,000 passengers pass through the iconic train station every year. If you are traveling by train in this part of Italy, there’s a good chance you will be one of these people. It has connections with Rome, Milan, and even Ventimiligia, for those heading next door to France. The Genova Piazza Principe can be found on the Piazza Acquaverde, just up the road from Palazzo del Principe from which it was named. Its central location in the town makes it easy to get to and from the station.
Originally opened in 1863, the station was designed by architect Alexander Mazzucchetti. It initially had 10 platforms covered by a single roof, however, was expanded in 1900 by engineer Giacomo Radini Tedeschi to meet increased demand. In 1916 it was upgraded further to make the station electrical. Today, Genova Piazza Principe is a multistory building with rail tracks, warehouses, and retail businesses. It services a range of trains including Freccibianca, Intercity Ventimiglia, Treni Regionali Liguriani, Thello, and Russian Railways.
The Genova Piazza Principe is located right in the heart of Genoa. Whether you have a brief stopover or are spending some time in the city, arriving at the central train station will set you up for an enjoyable vacation. Genova Piazza Principe offers a variety of passenger services on-site from ticket stores to well-maintained bathrooms. It also has a range of restaurants, several retail shops and a bar where you can relax between trains.
If you’re looking to experience the city beyond the train station, consider:
Strolling down the historic Via Garibaldi to admire the architecture
Admiring artwork at the decadent Royal Palace
Visiting the 5th tallest lighthouse in the world, Lighthouse of Genoa
Being mesmerized by marine life at Genoa Aquarium
Admiring a 360-degree view of Genoa from Spianata di Castelletto
Learning about Genoa’s maritime history at Galata Museo del Mare
Getting active with a cliffside walk along Passeggiata di Nervi
Observing Genoa from above with a ride on the unique crane lift
Genoa is the largest seaport in Italy, with many people passing through on their way to the Riviera. The town exudes old-school extravagance and has intricate architecture that will transport you back in time. The Genova Piazza Principe adds to the overall feel, being an iconic landmark in the center of the city.
Any traveler knows the inconvenience of being stuck with their bags. You might have an entire day left of your trip, but have had to check out of your hotel despite your flight not being until that night. Maybe you took your daypack out for exploring or collected shopping bags as you wandered the city streets, only to now be stuck with them in a crowded restaurant or bar.
Bounce storage addresses this problem in Genoa and makes travel easier. The short-term storage facilities accept bags of all sizes, so you can check them in and continue the fun in this great city. Never get stuck with your bags again!
For travelers spending some time in Genoa, there’s plenty to do in this historic city.
The Old City: Genoa’s old city will transport you back to medieval times. It is only accessible by foot so get on your walking shoes and hit the pavement. The area is known for its dark, narrow laneways and big, iron gates that stand at the entrance. Today, the area is predominantly residential but don’t be mistaken by thinking it doesn’t cater to tourists. There’s a thriving scene of bars, restaurants, and shops that will keep visitors entertained for hours.
Corso Italia: Given that Genoa is a seaside port, no visit to the city is complete without some time by the ocean. We say, do as the locals do and head out of the city for an afternoon walk. Corso Italia is a seaside walk that has a distance of 2.5km. It will take you to a quaint fishing village, Boccadasse, that features the Cinque Terre’s iconic terracotta color. The village is worth a visit and the walk is perfect for unwinding after a big day of sightseeing.
Palazzo Reale: The Palazzo Reale is a former home of the Savoy Dynasty and belongs to a group of palaces called the Palazzi dei Rolli. This palace is especially extravagant and awes guests with its impressive artwork and Hall of Mirrors.
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