Discover the beautiful city of Genoa in northern Italy at the foot of the Apennines. The city is the first Italian port. Genoa is less visited Florence, Venice and Turin. And yet, the historical center is beautiful. It is the largest in Europe, World Heritage of UNESCO. You will visit narrow and winding streets. Colorful old buildings exude a charm. Do not hesitate to get lost. You will always find your way..
The churches of Genoa contrast with the churches of Bologna, Turin and Rome. Here emerges a certain sobriety buildings, blending Gothic and medieval art. You will discover the port of Genoa with its huge ships, its lighthouse and small boats. A tourism grew at the foot of the city. If you want, you will find information and tips for preparing your trip to Genoa from when? that visit? Well I made a small travel book for Genoa. Emotions and feelings in this colorful city.
Genoa is an Italian city, located in the Gulf of Genoa facing the sea of Liguria, capital of Liguria. It is one of the main Italian ports and one of the largest ports in the Mediterranean Sea. In 2017, it has 580,112 inhabitants and 846,363 in its agglomeration. Its urban area has approximately 1,540,000 inhabitants.
Genoa, with Milan and Turin, delimits the "industrial triangle", the most industrialized area of Italy. In addition to Genoa is the fourth best university in the country. The city is an important center for science, technology, fashion and sport, considered the cradle of Italian football. An important part of the historic center is under the protection of UNESCO. Genoa is one of the largest Mediterranean cities and the main sea of Liguria. Genoa is located along the Gulf of Genoa, northern part of the Ligurian Sea. The city corresponds to the inclination of the arc formed at this point by the coast. North of the city start the Apennines, opening nearby on the Po plain. Genoa offers a Mediterranean facade in northern Italy, 193 km from Nice to the southwest, 155 km from Milan to the north, 518 km from Rome to the south-east. © Imagens Emmanuel Buchot
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