Stores, Malls or Markets in Genoa

  • Via XX Settembre, upim on Left hand side, scaffold
    Via XX Settembre, upim on Left hand...
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  • Mercato Orientale
    Mercato Orientale
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  • Touring Club Italiano bookshop, Genoa
    Touring Club Italiano bookshop, Genoa
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    Mercato Orientale: Fresh produce and deli

    by Paisleypaul Updated Mar 21, 2015

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    Mercato Orientale is an indoor market of frutui vegeatbels meat fish and other produce. It is near Stazione Brignole (also near Star Hotel President) and you can enter from Via XX Setembre , 272, it has at least 2 entrances

    What to buy: Well we just went in for a look - we were not self catering to cook anything we bought and as it was our last day we were officially checked out of the hotel at the time anyway

    Normal hours 7:30 am – 1:00 pm, 3:30–7:30 pm

    What to pay: Didn't buy anything in the end

    Mercato Orientale
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    Various: Department stores and chains

    by Paisleypaul Updated Mar 4, 2015

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    coin Via XX Settembre 16a ; 10:00 to 20:: Sette giorni

    OVS Genova Via Brigata Liguria 17/r (crosses Via Settembre)

    UPIM Genova XX Settembre - parallel on P. Perani, 15 off Via Brigata Liguria

    laRinascente Via Ettore Vernazza Genova 16121

    CONAD CITY VIA CORSICA 1/A (off Via XX Settembre; a continuation of Corso Andrea Podesta)

    La Feltrinelli Via Ceccardi 16 - 18 - 20 - 22 - 24 rossi, 16121 Genova

    What to buy: The above is a list of the department stores, music-book shops and clothes shops that we quite often frequent in differnt Italian cities

    i took this list to Genoa and everything was easy to find down Via XX Settembre

    What to pay: Euros

    Via XX Settembre, upim on Left hand side, scaffold
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    Punto Touring Genova: Well-stocked travel bookshop

    by BlueLlama Updated Jul 7, 2014

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    One of the Touring Club Italiano's official shops (principally of books), this is a wonderful spot for travel enthusiasts and booklovers to pass half an hour or so.

    The shop stocks books and maps for the whole world, but the selection of stock focussing on the Italian regions is particularly impressive, both in Italian and English. This is the place to pick up a guide to regions like Molise and Basilicata that only get a slim chapter at most in most books, as well as volumes on pasttimes like snowshoeing and cross country skiing. I was pleased to buy a book on the Monferrato area of Piemonte.

    I also noticed books on regional cookery and the like. Very popular guides in Italy are the various annual editions of good restaurants, trattorias, enotecas and so forth published by various organisations. You can browse them here - and I'd recommend picking one up even if you don't speak Italian.

    The location is good too; located in the Piazza Ducale, you can easily combine book browsing with sightseeing in the city centre, and visiting this impressive building in particular.

    Open every day until 7:30 pm except for lunchtimes and Sundays.

    Touring Club Italiano bookshop, Genoa

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    Guarnimobili: Change your shirt buttons if annoying

    by croisbeauty Updated May 6, 2013

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    There is nice and big shop in Via San Lorenzo offering all sort accessories one might need for the cloths. Here you can buy buttons, buckles for belts, labels, needles and threads, thimbles...., and many more.

    What to buy: Wheter you are bored with the buttons on your shirt or dress, or perhaps you think is time to change the buckle on your belt, or maybe you wish to refresh your t-shirt by adding some attractive labels, then visit Guarnimobili and there you will find all you need.

    Bottega di attrezzatura

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    Farmacia del Ducale: Farmacia - pharmacy

    by croisbeauty Updated May 26, 2012

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    Experienced travellers never miss to add some painkillers in their luggage or medicines which could prevent possible stomach problems following altered diet. In case of forgetting it at home and need medicines or plasters against blisters, Italian Farmacia (pharmacy) could provide all you need for a pretty resonable prices. Even if you are looking for a drug that is issued only by prescription, you can buy it if asking in politely and discretely.

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    Oriental (Eastern) Market: Experience Italian Delights with your Senses

    by NeeNaVal Written Jun 16, 2006

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    Great place to look, smell, taste, and feel the culture of Italy. (You'll enjoy the experience most when you're hungry!:)

    What to buy: Look at the picture and you'll get some ideas, tho it's only the tip of the iceberg.

    What to pay: As much time and money as you can spare -- a little or a lot!

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    Centro Commerciale Fiumara: Genova's biggest shopping centre

    by Carletto76 Updated Mar 29, 2004

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    The newest and biggest shopping centre in Genova is located in the "Fiumara" zone in the district of Sampierdarena. It was once an industrial zone, but it has now been rebuilt and transformed into a shopping and amusement place.
    Close to the shopping centre there is also a big car parking (free of charge), a huge cinema and a sports building with Virgin gym.

    What to buy: There are 85 different shops inside, from electronics (MediaWorld) to dressing, libraries and everything you want to buy! There are also 7 bars where to rest for a cofee.
    Open every day: 12am-2am
    FRIDAY and SATURDAY: Closes at 4am

    What to pay: That depends on you! ;-)

    Centro Commerciale Fiumara

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    Liberia L'Albero Delle Lettere: Children's bookstore

    by nyonnetti Written Nov 1, 2009

    This is an adorable children's bookstore located in the back streets of Genoa.

    What to buy: Children's books- great selection.

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    1880's Shopping Mall: Galleria Umberto I

    by TexasDave Updated Jan 9, 2009

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    An old shopping galeria which also houses a large 'flea market' in the main aisle which also extends outside. Some unusual antiques and other bric-a-brac can be found here.

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