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All in all, my experience with this hotel was positive. The best thing here is the location. The owners were nice to me. The room was big enough, clean enough and pretty comfortable. The weakest point of this place is the facilities. The shower cabin is very small and during my stay there were some ...
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 ...
Location just up some stairs from the main train station is excellent. Breakfast was just ok but priced accordingly. Good basic accommodation in an older and somewhat rundown property but if on a budget does the trick.
hotel is quite far from genoa's old town centre- no 7 and night bus no 9 route-45mins journey to old city centre. metro station is 10 mins from hotel- but not a frequent service. Hotel itself is very good- breakfast costs 10 euro-buffet- very nice-drinks- coffee+others-bacon/sausage/salad and egg-variety ...
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One of the city's biggest draws is the Aquarium of Genoa, Italy's biggest aquarium and the second biggest in Europe. A big hit with families, the aquarium showcases more than 500 species of marine life across 71 floor-to-ceiling tanks. On display are sharks, dolphins, seals, penguins, manatees and reptiles. Built to resemble a ship, the aquarium is in the bustling Porto Antico – the old port – where you'll find many open-air restaurants, swish bars and gelato cafes.
Also in the old port is the Galata Museum del Mare, where, after putting on a hard hat, you can explore its life-sized reconstruction of a 17th-century galley ship – complete with sound and lights – and its real submarine. The harbour area also homes the Neptune, a replica of a 17th-century Spanish galleon that was built for the 1985 Roman Polanski movie Pirates, and is now open to visitors.
A short walk from Porto Antico is the rabbit warren of narrow alleyways that make up Genoa’s atmospheric old town, filled with taverns, cafes, bakeries, shops and restaurants.
In the old town, explore La Lanterna lighthouse, the black-and-white striped San Lorenzo Cathedral and Porta Soprana, the city's ancient entry gate. Then head back to your hotel with WiFi to share your photos and experiences online.