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Genoa is one of the most important cities in northern Italy. It was home to the Genoa Republic and has a glorious marine history.
Thanks to its privileged location, Genoa is a completely independent city. It is a meeting point for cultures and business alike, given that it is located on the coast and close to the mountains.
A little ignored by tourists, Genoa is one of Italy’s many well-kept secrets; its port is just as charming as the elaborate art work displayed in the city’s museums is stunning.
What is there to do in Genoa?
The harbour is the starting point for many cruises as well as boat excursions that explore the Italian east coast.
You can go up to the Lanterna, an old lighthouse and the city’s landmark, which dates back to 1543. From the highest point you can enjoy one of the best views of the city.
If you want to visit Genoa’s museums, we recommend you to start by buying the Genoa Card Musei, which gives free or discounted access to many museums, and allows you to use public transport free of extra charge.
Naturally, you must not forget the famous Genoa Aquarium which is the biggest in Europe and houses more than 500 maritime species.
Unmistakable are the Genoa Cathedral’s Romanesque style and black and white stripes. This is where the ashes of St. John the Baptist (the patron of the city) are kept.
Be seduced by the Genoese cuisine. The basis of all recipes is the famous Ligurian olive oil; it is extra light and has a delicate taste. “Pesto alla Genovese”, probably is the city’s most emblematic dish, a sauce consisting of basil, pine nuts, garlic, olive oil and parmesan cheese. Another delicious Genoese dish, are “focacce”, the savoury tarts are available topped with cheese, olives and many other things.
Fish also is a very important element of the local cuisine. You should definitely try “cappon grasso”, a very elaborate dish consisting of several types of fish, accompanied by a herb and pine nut sauce. And if you have a sweet tooth try “canestrelli”, wafer-like biscuits, “amaretti”, almond flavoured maroons or the famous “baci di dama” (lit. Lady’s kisses), are biscuits filled with jam or chocolate.