Hotel Agnello D'Oro

Vico delle Monachette 6, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16126, Italy
Hotel Agnello D'Oro
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Info. on driving to Port of Genoa

by jbarbour

We are a family of 4 (1st time cruisers) cruising with MSC Fantasia on 4/11/2010. We are driving to Genoa from Aviano and would like a recommendation on a hotel to stay in on 4/10/2010 that is close to the passenger terminal and safe. Also, would like to know where we could store our vehicle while we are on our cruise. Are there garages at the passenger terminal? Would really appreciate some help so we can be prepared when April rolls around...

Re: Info. on driving to Port of Genoa

by TexasDave

We stayed at Hotel Helvetia (AFTER a MSC cruise, coincidentally) which is very close to the ship dock. We didn't have a car so I can't comment on that, but you might call or email the people at the hotel and ask for suggestions. The staff at the Helvetia were very helpful and friendly. And they had a decent breakfast, too.

Re: Info. on driving to Port of Genoa

by golions

Hi we are sailing on the Fantasia on the 29th Dec, 10 so hope you have a lovely cruise, the research I did on parking was

via Rubattino Raffaele 9
16236 GENOA

Hope this helps.

Re: Info. on driving to Port of Genoa

by TexasDave

Their trip was in April of 2010, but maybe the info will be of use to someone else..

Travel Tips for Genoa

Shopping & surfing

by sourbugger

I have an almost pathological hatred of shopping : especially when it is for 'girlie' things like clothes, linen and housewares.

My wife assures me that the 'Coin' chain of shops in Italy have good range of merchandise and are reasonably priced.

As I don't know my arse from my elbow in this department, I couldn't really comment - but the Coin store in Via Roma does have one big plus has a small internet section where you can hook up to the www and thus VT for only 2 euro an hour.

Thus was affected a perfect compromise !

Watch out for the great " fake fassades "

by globetrott

When walking through Genua, have a look for the many lovely details to be found - and you will see, how the rich merchants, who mostly made their immense prosperity by oversea-ship-trading, put their money into their wonderful palaces...

...on this fassade EVERYTHING except the small baldachin is simply painted on a completely flat wall. And even when you stand there pretty close to the building you get the feeling these painted sculptures and benches are real.

Really it would be better to...

by Tolik

Really it would be better to say to meet the three cities of Ventimiglia. The first one, archaeological, of Roman epoch is put in it oriental departs of the modern city and it is an example of museum to open sky.
Tall on the fortress the medieval Ventimiglia dominates the Right Bank of the Roia River. It is distinguished from far because of fits mighty enclosure of boundaries, his cathedral of Assunta, the baptistery to octagonal plant and the convent of the Canonichesses lateranensis.
Between these two rises modern Ventimiglia. In the center city elegant buildings with their eclectic style, furnished shops, tourist services, hotel and place for fun, beaches, promise holiday boredom.

a good spot for a panorama view

by sylina

In Italy, as many countries in europe I assumed.. the houses locate higher on the hill are much expensive than those ones in lower area.. normally people who are rather rich will be living there.. unlike in China or Brazil.. things could come into a contrary... interesting world..

We ran into an old local lady, she told us there was a viewpoint on the hill which offers a good panorama of the city.. we were lucky to meet her.. the view was truely beautiful.. on the way down i had a strawberry sorbet in the cafeteria.. made my memories even sweeter

Around town

by bonio

Most of the city is easy to walk around, but, for travelling a little further afield the bus and regional train service is good. A day ticket, bought from the kiosks on almost all street corners, costs €2.58 and can be used on the bus, regional trains within the city, lifts and funiculars. A ticket for a single journey is €0.77 and valid for 90 minutes.


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 Hotel Agnello D'Oro

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Address: Vico delle Monachette 6, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16126, Italy