Genoa

Ferry tickets to Genoa

This is the capital of Liguria and the birthplace of Christopher Colombus. In Italy it is known as “La Superba” as this big port ia a historical city with many monuments that are famous worldwide.

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The wonderful flavor of Genoa

This is the capital of Liguria and the birthplace of Christopher Colombus. In Italy it is known as “La Superba” as this big port ia a historical city with many monuments that are famous worldwide. The emblematic lighthouse La Lanterna is the first thing you see as you enter the port. Twice a year, the Rolli Days open the palace doors to the public. The event lasts for a weekend and it is held in autumn and in spring. Book your ferry tickets to Genoa through Let’s Ferry

View in Genoa center


Attractions in Genoa
- See the symmetrical fountain at the Piazza De Ferrari.
- At this square you will see many monuments like the Palazzo Ducale (Doge’s Palace) and the Teatro Carlo Felice.
- The Galata Museo del Mare is the four-storey Maritime Museum at the port.
- At the Piazza San Lorenzo you can visit the majestic Cattedrale di San Lorenzo, which was built around 1100 A.C.
- Visit the Acquario di Genova, the biggest aquarium in Italy and one of the biggest ones in Europe.
- At the Via Balbi you will see many palaces, but the Palazzo Reale is the one you will remember for a long time.
- Next to the impressive Porta Soprana towers there is the Casa di Colombo. It’s the stone house where Christopher Columbus was born.

Buildings in Genoa


Beaches in Genoa
- The Spiaggia di Vernazzola is pebbled and secluded. It’s 8 km from the port. 
- In a short distance from there you can swim at the rocky Spiaggia di Caprafico. It’s very famous due to its crystal blue waters and most of the times it’s very crowded.
- The Spiaggia Multedo is both pebbled and sandy and it stretches over a long coastline. It’s 13 km from the port. 
- The Spiaggia Baia del Silenzio is 60 km from the port. It’s sandy, organized and very popular.

Activities in Genoa
- Book a tricycle tour to see as many monuments in Genoa as you can. 
- Stroll at the Via Garibaldi, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Explore the carruggi, the narrow alleys and see the Palazzo Bianco, the Palazzo Rosso and the Palazzo Doria Tursi.
- At the Aquarium you will see Bigo, an airlift designed by Renzo Piano. It offers panoramic view from a 40 m height to the port and the Old City. 
- Hiking at the hidden oasis of the Laghi del Gorzente, a lake just an hour from the port.
- Rent a boat to visit the Italian Remo. Explore the prestigious San Remo and the famous Cinque Terre.

Genoa, Access: You can reach the port by bus, subway, train, car, plane or ferry. The airport is 4 km from the port. 

Tip: Only here you will taste the original focaccia and pesto Genovese.
Fun fact: As soon as the Pesto Genovese received the official Designation of Origin from the EU in 2005, the Consorzio del Pesto Genovese was established. This is a consortium that ensures the quality and the origin of the local product.

Information about the port of Genoa

The port is connected to Barcelona, Bastia, Olbia, Palermo, Porto Torres, Tanger and Tunis.
Facilities at Genoa port:
 Free Wi-Fi, ATM, taxi, luggage storage, café, car, boat and scooter rentals, free and paid parking.

Useful phones Genoa:
Port: 
+39 01020 94599
Hospital:  +39 010 56321
Police: +39 01024 61128