Built between the sea and the mountains, Genoa is a city rich in history, sights and monuments to visit.
From the city’s iconic lighthouse to the palaces that housed famous people in the 16th century, in this article you will find out what are the 10 things to see in Genoa.
Like a middle land embracing sea and mountains, Genoa has earned a variety of nicknames throughout its history. Among the many, “la Superba” is certainly the best-known appellation of the Ligurian city, assigned to it by Francesco Petrarch back in 1358
Successive conflicts have turned the Ligurian Sea into a huge theater for numerous marvelous wrecks that now, thanks to modern diving equipment and techniques, can be admired in their undoubted charm.
Gilberto Govi was an actor, comedian and playwright who left an indelible mark on Genoese and Italian comic culture.
The carnival with its traditional masks, colors and loud noise had originally been intended to drive away the forces of darkness and winter, and to pave the way for the arrival of spring. In ancient times, the Genoese carnival was more rowdy and even more irreverent than the Venetian carnival.
In one of the most interesting places to visit in Genoa, the Old Port, where the blue of the sea crashes against the city’s old and new buildings that, in a harmonious play of colors, blend into the entire Ligurian coastline, a real pirate ship is moored: the Galleon Neptune.
Despite the fact that Genoa may be an unusual and underrated destination in which to spend New Year’s Eve 2024, its rich schedule of events, for every taste and age group, is extremely attractive.
Christmas is celebrated by respecting tradition, and in Genoa, for Christmas Eve dinner or December 25 lunch, this unwritten rule applies to certain dishes that cannot be missed on the table.