Hotel Bel Sito

Via Capolungo 12, Nervi, Genoa, 16167, Italy
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Affordable one night accomodation near train station

by inselkind

hello everybody!

i hope you can help me. I'm arriving with my brother in Genoa on the 28/09 next month. We have to catch a train to Savona on the next day as our cruiser is departing from there.
Therefore we need an accomodation for one night. I had a look on the Genoa Travelpage to check out recommodations, but there are quite contradicting.

We hope not to spend more then 90-100Euro for a double room.
Important for us is that it is central in a safe area (we want to go for dinner the evening and heard that Genoa can be quite dodgy/dangerous depending were you are) are that it is close to the train station (haven't found out the name of the station with trains to Savona, if anybody can help out would be great!
Something basic is fine as long it is clean and hopefully not too loud with street noise. Thanks for your help!

Re: Affordable one night accomodation near train station

by Maryimelda

We stayed at the Hotel Tre Stazione which is about 500 meteres from Genoa Piazza Principe Train Station. It was very basic at the time (2007) but was still being renovated. I would assume that it is all finished by now. Rooms were big and bathrooms very sizeable and newly installed. It was air-conditioned as well, which of course is a huge plus. We paid 50 Euro each for our single rooms and this includes a very basic breakfast. Service is a little on the inefficient size but for one night, it is certainly comfortable. See my restaurant tip on my Genoa page. This restaurant is also within walking distance of the hotel. Book through www.venere.com for the hotel.
Trains to Savona depart from Genoa Piazza Principe about every hour and the durationof the journey is between 30 mins and 50 mins depending on which train you get.

Re: Affordable one night accomodation near train station

by Noel_Leon

Hotel Vittoria is located within a walking distance from Porta Principe train station where you'll depart for Savona next day. It is a three stars, decent hotel and if you reserve on the internet on a site like booking.com you'll get a double room for 90,- Euros.
For the evening you can walk 15 minutes to the acquarium area and find some nice restaurants. Ask the hotel receptionist the way for not running into dodgy/dangerous areas.

Travel Tips for Genoa

look down as you drive on the...

by oja

look down as you drive on the motorway from the north, or as you're getting there by train. What a scenic landscape! You'll never forget dramatic slopes storming down to the ever-blue Ligurian Sea, with slender colourful houses perched all over them.
Sitting in the garden of a villa in the nearby Chiavari with my friends Andrea and Paolo. I could stay in that sunset forever!

Other fond memories: Paolo's foccacia and beer in the docks.

The Nina, Pinta, or Santa...

by billus

The Nina, Pinta, or Santa Maria? from Ambassador Utttz:actually it seems that columbus was from terrarossa, a small village in the inland of chiavari and before going to spain he worked as a cartographer in portugal. The ship in genoa? well it's a fake one... it's the brand new set for polansky's movie 'pirates'. The columbus three were smaller... but really small!

what other members wrote about...

by utttz

what other members wrote about genoa?
owend The streets are narrow, smels of fish and the loacls will rip?@you off blind unless you speak Italian... so .... that said... speak Italian!oja If you decide and visit Genoa, you won't find a lovely, photogenic, clean and 'nice' place, so you may be disappointed. But if you keep your senses sharp and eyes open, you're in for a real treat. I was lucky enough to experience the latter. seabreezeusa The pasta is to die for. janina_b.Apart from its famous beaches and rocky coastline the Ligurian hinterland - squeezed between the mountains and the sea - is awaiting a similar appreciation. billus Genova's grand arcaded streets are chic and glamorous. Beautiful people only need apply!silvia-m.b Going around this wonderful city along the narrow streets discovering old places and sites. A city undiscovered by most people in the world!dougster Refreshingly tourist free is my lasting impression of Genoa. This is not to say that there is nothing for the visitor to do or see. the architecture of the buildings are typically grand and very Italian yet somehow taken for granted unlike the other major Italian cities.
f. petrarca 'you will see a regal city on the side of a rugged hill, proud in its menfolk and city walls The aspect of the place alone tells you the city is mistress of the seas'
paul valery 'in a continual struggle with the mountain'

Each Friday, for over 50...

by Tolik

Each Friday, for over 50 decades, traders and bargain hunters have flooded into Ventimiglia at dawn, creating chaotic traffic jams for the Carabinieri to sort out. Shoppers flood down from normally quiet parking areas along the side of the river and are accosted almost at once with informal stands of cheap Taiwanese toys laid on blankets on the pavements. The market is vast: it stretches almost all the way along the shore, the center of town is cordoned off and the quiet park is filled with covered stalls. But, big as it is, there’s a lot of repetition, stalls with identical stock at identical prices are dotted throughout. Clothing makes up the bulk of what’s on offer; cheap and cheerful linen, silk and cashmere ladies wear, and low-cost underwear (although there’s nowhere convenient to try it on). The highlight is the range of leather handbags, travel bags and shoes, and the more expensive the item, the greater the chance of haggling a better price. The Italian Riviera is famed for it’s flowers, and here you can buy the real thing, or magnificent silk replicas. It’s also worth trying the superb fresh pasta available here.

Genova underground!

by Carletto76

Few people know it, but in Genova there is a subway too, and it's one of the shortest in the World, maybe the shortest one!
There are 5 stations:
- Brin: in the district of Rivarolo, outskirts of town
- Di Negro: in front of the ferry harbour, close to the Lighthouse
- Principe: close to the railway station and Palazzo del Principe
- Darsena: close to Via Pre, Via del Campo and the new Darsena buildings (Muse del Mare ans so on...)
- San Giorgio: in front of Palazzo San Giorgio, few metres from the Aquarium and the Old Harbour zone

The tickets are the same as the bus ones; the subway stations are indicated by orange signs with an M.

You will probably never take it, but if you want you can! ;-)

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