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Private Genova and Albissola Marina Shore Excursion from Savona Port
"Meet your private guide and driver at the Savona port after disembarking your cruise ship and make the scenic coastal drive to Genoa. Start your shore excursion with a stop at the panoramic terrace of Castelletto with views over the historical city center and the lighthouse considered to be the symbol of Genoa.Stroll with your guide along the waterfront a delightful mix of medieval streets and ancient stone walls and view the second largest aquarium in Europe. Then take a personalized walking tour of the old town starting at the House of Christopher Columbus (Casa di Cristoforo Colombo) near the medieval gate of Porta Soprana not far from Porto Antico.From here
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"Small-Group Tour: Chocolate Factory
Rome: one day tour semi-private Chocolate Factory - Perugia - Spoleto"After a pick up from your centrally located hotel you will travel first to Perugina where you will begin at their historical museum. A guide will tell you about the origin of cacao its productions and the chocolate recipes and you will discover the secrets of Perugina's most famous products such as the Baci and much more. The itinerary also includes videos and anecdotes about the history of this important Italian company.At the end of this exciting tour you will have the opportunity to taste some of the delicious Perugina products. you will visit the chocolate factory. During the factory tour you may have the possibility to stroll on a catwalk from where you can have an overview of the production lines. The availability of this service depends on the production schedule. A visit of
From EUR235.00
 
Genoa Scooter Day Trip - Discover the Most Beautiful Squares and View Points of Genoa
"Meet at 10:00 to jump on your scooter and start the tour to the city hills to the most amazing view where the whole city will be below you. Continue down to the old harbour through a winding road displaying liberty style palaces and Castles. Here we are small streets dozens of churches paintings hundreds years old shops superb "" focaccia "" is not to be missed. It will soon be time for lunch and we will head to a unique cozy bay few minutes away from the city center where we can have a swim ( do not forget the bathing suit ). Now is time to drive on the ""sopraelev""
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Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Spinola Tips (3)

Palazzo Doria Spinola

The seat of the Prefecture and the Province of Genoa is home to a magnificent courtyard boasting with a double loggia. The dining hall on the piano nobile has a series of frescoes carried out by Luca Cambiaso and his father. Along the higher loggia visitors will also find a series of town maps painted on the walls.

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Apr 04, 2011

Palazzo Spinola

Nice example if 17th century aristocratic living. One hall is called the Gallery of Mirrors and was built so as to be in competition with Versailles. There is even an area with displays of period textiles, which is out of the ordinary.

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Dec 24, 2008

Palazzo Spinola di Pellicceria

Palazzo Spinola was built in the 16th century in Piazza Pellicceria, and it's now home of the National Gallery, where you can see, in its wonderful renaissance rooms, superb paintings, real masterpieces of Antonello da Messina, Rubens, Van Dick, Bernardo Strozzi, G.B. Carlone and so on...
Really a "cannot miss" place if you like art.

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Things to Do Near Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Spinola

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Via Garibaldi

The Via Garibaldi was a wonderful, colourful street containing several palaces: the Palazzo Bianca, the Palazzo Rosso and the Palazzo Tursi. I'm not even sure if we were able to go in their courtyards...
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Acquario di Genova

I don't feel like suggesting a visit to the Genoa Aquarium, I have been really disappointed by the way animals are kept and by the Aquarium organisation. Our visit was during the Christmas holidays,...
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Via San Lorenzo and the cathedral

The San Lorenzo Cathedral or St. Laurence Cathedral is Genoa's stunningly beautiful black and white striped cathedral. It was founded in the 4th or 5th century. Since the Crusades it has housed the...
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The University

The University of Genoa was also on Via Balbi a short distance from the Palazzo Reale but on the other side of the road. It was another great building with lion statues, huge hanging lights and...
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Galata, Museo del Mare

Right in the historic port area is the wonderful Galata Museo del Mare, which is apparently the largest maritime museum in the Mediterranean. It certainly is extensive: four floors packed with...
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Piazza Principe Station

This is Genoa's main station and bits were in a mess and under repair during our visit. As it had turned cold on the day we left, we waited for our train in a formerly grand waiting room complete with...
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Getting to Galleria Nazionale di Palazzo Spinola

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Piazza Pellicceria 1

Hours

  • Sunday 13:30 to 19:30
  • Monday Closed
  • Tuesday 08:30 to 19:30
  • Wednesday 08:30 to 19:30
  • Thursday 08:30 to 19:30
  • Friday 08:30 to 19:30
  • Saturday 08:30 to 19:30

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