Your travel guide to Genoa
Inventors of pesto, home of Christopher Columbus and containing the most important seaport in Italy, it's no wonder why Genoa is called la Superba (the Superb One). This huge and bustling city has a unique atmosphere, heavily influenced by the port and its history.
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The Genoa aquarium is a must-see, being the largest in Italy and is located in the old harbor. The Porto Antico as it is called in Italian, is also home to the Museum of the Sea (MuMA) and is definitely worth a visit. The old city of Genoa is a full of narrow winding streets, cute bars, restaurants and shops and parts of it have even made the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Genoa to Sardinia ferries leave from the harbor and many stay in Genoa before catching a ferry from Genoa to Corsica, flights to Portofino or the Cinque Terre. Hotels for all these holiday destinations in Italy are available on Venere.com where you can find good deals and value-for-money Italy hotels.
Venere can help you plan your cheap European break in Genoa as there are many cheap hotels in Genoa, b&bs and other types of cheap Genoa accommodation. Once you've booked your cheap Genoa flights and changed up some Euros, you're on your way!