It's wonderful to pay a visit to Genoa, there are many visitor attractions no matter who you are travelling with. We only wish to offer a few suggestions of what to do in Genoa but rather just provide guidance and offer advice on what is there. Like any city, there are good places and bad places to visit and if it is the first time you are visiting Genoa or if you have been there before, it's important you make the most of your time there. It is good to have an idea of what type of trip you want to make, and Genoa has a wide array of exciting places to visit that with stick with you for a long time.
While paying a visit in Genoa there are a number of attractions that should make up part of your trip. The revered Italy position of Italy has attractions that you may know and other you won't know to people from outside the area of Genoa we have collected a list of 10 to help you on your way:
1. Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi a Nervi
2. I Palazzi dei Rolli
4. Via Garibaldi
5. Cattedrale di San Lorenzo Campanile
6. Galata Museo del Mare
7. Basilica of Santa Maria di Castello
8. Teatro Carlo Felice
9. Genoa Aquarium
10. Castello d'Albertis
These are a simple starting point if you have a good local book or guide you can expand on these and depending how much time you have in Genoa. You will surely discover an array of interesting locations and attractions in the Genoa area of Italy.
Genoa is not a difficult city to navigate, once you have your bearings and know a couple of local landmarks you will be able to get round with ease. You can cover a lot of the city on foot but be sure to stick to popular and familiar areas after dark. If you want to cover more ground in Genoa there are a number of modes of transportation. Genoa has a small Metro system with 1 line and 8 stations. There are also 3 funiculars (the Zecca–Righi funicular, the Sant'Anna funicular and the Quezzi funicular). There is a city wide bus system where passes can be attained to include multiple journeys. There is also the option to use Genoa Taxis, but be aware of heavy traffic at busy times. What ever method you use to explore Genoa make sure you see as much of the city as your can.
If you wish to stay in Genoa for a great period you will need to find a place to stay. Genoa offers a broad range of places to stay these includes high end, deluxed locations to more modest hotels, B&Bs and hostels. If you are visiting the city on business ensure the hotel you decide to select has the business facilites that suit your needs, check the area location is good as traffic in Genoa may result in problems at certain times. If you are looking for a prestigious hotel to stay at there is a selection of top independent and chain hotels. Genoa also offers a good selection of lower star hotels that offer basic but suitable facilities for travellers. If you don't have a large budget there is a number of guest houses and hotels in the area which are a fine place to sleep overnight. Whichever type of accommodation you select in Genoa try and make time to see if any bargains exists on a wide array of travel web sites, often when there is a big event on in town.
1. Melia Genova
2. Grand Hotel Savoia
3. NH Collection Genova Marina
4. Olympia Hotel Genova
5. Best Western Plus City Hotel
A wide number of places are available to eat at in Genoa, the venue you are limited to is only bound by your budget and tastes. There are quite a lot of dining venues that offer Italian meals and don't break the bank. If you are seeking out a high quality dining venue there are a number of these, but be sure to have a prior reservation also ensure you are dressed correctly. If you just want quick food there are the familiar names , but if you want something a bit more edgy find somewhere that's really busy. Part and parcel of visiting a city is to enjoy everything about it, including it's food There is a wide variety of places to dine in Genoa. whether it is a café, restaurant or the food that can be bought and eaten on the street. Check out local guides and press for offers and try something that you have never had before.
3. Gran Ristoro
4. Le Mura di Malapaga
5. Il Masetto
When getting to grips with a city such as Genoa it is a good idea to have some good local information. Here are a number of facts that could be of help to you.
International Dialing Code: 39
Genoa Coordinates: 44°24'40?N 8°55'58?E
Altitude: 20 m (70 ft)
Currency: Euro (EUR)
Genoa Time Zone: UTC/GMT +1 hour
City Population: 588,688
Metro Population: 588,688
Temperature High In 27.7°C / 81.9°F
Temperature Low In 5.5°C /41.9°F
Like most cities Genoa possess it's own good and bad points. it is key not to be too complacent and you and your travel party will be fine and have a fantastic trip to this wonderful Italian place. Try and make you’re read your guide book brief to understand the city geography, don't make it obvious you are a tourist by exposing expensive electronic goods and don't wear expensive jewellery and excessive cash on your person. Don't stray too far into unknown areas after sunset and if you do discover you have lost your way, don't panic and go into a shop and ask for help. You might be enjoying yourself, but still be alert. Stay street wise and you will have a great trip to Genoa. As a rule Italy is a very safe country with warm and friendly residents. A bit of research is very valuable and if you know a city better, you will have a much better time there.