Genoa and surroundings

Genoa and surroundings

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Superb is a word to best describe the Italian city of Genoa. Once a center of a powerful republic whose commercial influence spanned from Spanish shores to Crimea, today it still retains the grandeur by being the busiest Italian port and a cutting-edge destination full of cultural masterpieces, hundreds of architectural landmarks and marvelous gastronomy. Start your exploration with expansive Piazza de Ferrari and venture into the labyrinthine Old Town famous for caruggis, the typical Genoese narrow streets. Follow the UNESCO-protected Le Strade Nuove, a group of so-called “new streets” including Via Garibaldi, Via Balbi and Via Cairoli to find a system of the most spectacular Renaissance and Baroque palaces of the city called Palazzi dei Rolli.

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