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Discover with us Genoa and its secrets
City of Art overlooking the sea, Genoa, “La Superba”, has grown up around its harbor,and it has always been a flourishing trade and commerce. Its ancient heart, the Europe’s largest medieval historical centre, is characterized by a dense network of narrow streets where the visitors can “get lost” in search of historic shops, restaurants and traditional shops. It ‘s easy to recognize the noble past of the city with houses of the sixteenth century, shrines, churches of high-value onto small squares. Do not miss a visit to the Palazzi dei Rolli, historical houses that represent Genoa between ‘500 and’ 600 and recognized by UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Visit the historic center of Genoa: Thanks to its “thousand” faces, Genoa offers many opportunities of visit and it is possible thematize the visit according to the requests of the group.
Here are some ideas of guided tours (3 hours):
– MEDIEVAL GENOA: Guided Tour of theEurope’s largest medieval town center. Topics covered: medieval road system, the first cathedral of Genoa, the war between the Maritime Republics, the first noble squares and churches.
– GENOA AND THE GOLDEN CENTURY: Guided Tour to the discovery of the “Palazzi dei Rolli” and of the most elegant streets of the “Golden Age.” Topics covered: the “Palazzi dei Rolli”, Genoa between the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, Genoa and the Spanish crown.
– GENOA AND ITS NOBLE FAMILIES: A Guided Tour through the narrow streets and squares of the old town that will guided you to know such families dominated the city and what their “command centers”, ending with the guided visit of the Prince’s Palace or the Royal Palace. Topics covered: the Genoese families, the palaces and villas in the city outside the walls.
– GENOA IN VERTICAL: “urban walk” to discover the best view points and the “vertical” transport system of the city. Topics covered: the morphology of the Gulf of Genoa between sea and mountains, the city’s development over the past three centuries, the means of transport between the hills and the harbor.
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