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Convenient location to walk to most of the places of interest in Genoa. Breakfasts are good value with a good range of food for €3 per person. The bathroom is very very small with the toilet behind the door and only one person can use the space at a one time- a problem when travelling and wanting ...
A short three night stay in the centre of Genova exploring the old town and some interesting walks on the margins of the city. The Hotel was ideal for the purpose and can recommend it. A tip, many of the local restaurants are not tourism orientated - so book in advance! The local pizza place was, ...
We initially booked into the Hotel Continental in Genova and were pleased when we arrived by train, that it was little more than a 100 metre walk from the station. On check in, we were advised that we were being upgraded to the Grand Hotel Savoia [next door]. The doorman from the Grand Savoia [interconnected] ...
Stayed here last week in sweltering heat. Was Devine to come back to the air conditioned hotel room. Hop on hop off bus stop 2 minutes walk away. De Ferrari 5 min. Walk away, through beautiful shopping arcade (Volabus leaves from here to take you to the airport). Train station 10 min. walk away. ...
Genoa's historic hotels take you on a trip back in time with period features and bags of charm. Genoa is crammed with characterful places to stay, from restored 18th-century palaces to Art Deco luxury hotels.
And Genoa’s historic hotels’ richness is only improved by their free WiFi, cable TV, fitness centres and spas.
Genoa's historic hotels are perfectly positioned for you to explore this fascinating city. Get lost in the narrow, winding streets of Genoa's historic quarter, where you can stop off at period taverns, cafes and restaurants.
The old town is full must-see landmarks. Make sure you see the La Lanterna lighthouse and the black-and-white striped San Lorenzo cathedral. And sandwiched between Genoa's old town and its modern centre is the city's main square, Piazza De Ferrari, famous for its bronze fountain.
See the Japanese and Chinese art at the beautiful Chiossone Museum of Oriental Art, in the 19th-century gardens of Villetta Di Negro. The museum has one of Europe's largest collections of Oriental art, with artefacts varying from Japanese Buddhist sculptures to Samurai armour, theatrical masks to musical instruments.
Three of Genoa's finest art galleries are on boulevard Via Garibaldi, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Here, three neighbouring palaces now house art galleries: Palazzo Tursi, Palazzo Bianco and Palazzo Rosso.
Meander the galleries to see an impressive collection of artworks by the likes of Van Dyck, Veronese, Durer and Strozzi. Palazzo Rosso also has a gorgeous rooftop terrace with great views over Genoa's historic quarter.
Soak up Genoa's rich maritime history in Porto Antico. Redeveloped by architect Renzo Piano in 1992, the old port is now a thriving hub with shops, open-air restaurants and museums. Learn about Genoa's seafaring past at the maritime museum, the Galata Museum del Mare, which has a fascinating section dedicated to Genoa-born navigator Christopher Columbus. Other highlights include a reconstruction of a 17th-century galley ship and a real submarine, which is moored in the port.