Genoa (/ ˈ dʒ ɛ n oʊ ə / JEN-oh-ə; Italian: Genova [ˈdʒɛːnova] ⓘ; Ligurian: Zêna) is a city in and the capital of the Italian region of Liguria, and the sixth-largest city in Italy. In 2023, 558,745 people lived within the city's administrative limits.
Genoa, city and Mediterranean seaport in northwestern Italy. It is the capital of Genova provincia and of Liguria regione and is the centre of the Italian Riviera. Its total area is 93 square miles (240 square km).
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Categories Italy Tags Genoa 15 Best Things to Do in Genoa (Italy): Piazza De Ferrari; Porta Soprana; Piazza Matteotti; San Lorenzo Cathedral; Genoa Aquarium; Genoa Maritime Museum; Forte Begato; Via Garibaldi; Genoa Harbour; Museo d'Arte Orientale; Castello d'Albertis; Spianata Castelletto; Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi a Nervi; Cimitero ...
Genoa. Italy, Europe. Italy's largest sea port is indefatigably contradictory, full at once of grandeur, squalor, sparkling light and deep shade. It's a gateway to the Riviera for many travellers today, but a weighty architectural heritage speaks of its former glory – the Most Serene Republic of Genoa ruled over the Mediterranean waves during ...
Genoa Italy Today. Ah, Genoa! Nestled as the crown jewel of the Ligurian region, this bustling Italian city welcomes over 608,000 locals. A walk here feels like stepping back in time, and, in fact, you're in one of Italy's most populous metropolises.
Genoa European Capital of Sport 2024. Five minutes with Van Gogh. Via Garibaldi, a journey into the heart of the UNESCO Rolli site and the Strade Nuove. GENOVA City PASS: the new virtual tourist card to discover Genoa! Historic centre.
Genoa is known for some of its popular attractions, which include: Aquarium of Genoa; Boccadasse; Passeggiata Anita Garibaldi a Nervi; GNV; Galata Museo del Mare
Many people use Genoa as an entry point to explore the Italian Riviera, including the famous (and often crammed) Portofino and Cinque Terre. But missing out on… From wandering the ancient streets of the old town to where to eat and sleep, we've got everything you need to know before your first trip to Genoa.
Genoa is a city of layers. Due to its cliffside location, its historical strata are racked up the hillside, like a live archaeological dig. First comes the centro storico (historic centre), the heart of the medieval maritime republic that earned Genoa the nickname ‘La Superba’ (‘the proud one’) and made its citizens wildly rich.