Italy is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Many tourists are often seen visiting Italy for its mesmerising culture and picturesque locations. Genoa is a famous city in Italy and also the country's leading port. Let us take a look at some of the places to visit in Genoa, Italy.
This is one of the largest aquaria in Europe. It takes days to explore the place fully. As per reports, around 1.2 million people visit Acquario di Genova each year. It is one of the beautiful places in Genova.
Costa Edutainment assume quattro risorse nell'area Customer Care dell'Acquario di Genova: è un risvolto positivo della partecipazione dell'azienda al progetto di formazione "In viaggio come a casa" volto all'inserimento lavorativo di giovani disabili. ➡️ https://t.co/8ojrVbBtch pic.twitter.com/xo36cWfq9p— SuperAbile Inail (@superabileinail) January 28, 2020
Palazzo Reale is a royal palace in Genoa. The view from the palace's balcony is extremely breathtaking. There are also a bunch of art collection inside the palace that is worth exploring.
Giornata di arte e cultura ieri a Torino; in compagnia della mia famiglia, ho visitato il Palazzo Reale.— Chiara Caucino (@CaucinoChiara) February 3, 2020
Non mi stancherò mai di dire quanto il Piemonte sia una regione meravigliosa e ricca di bellezza!#lebellezzedelpiemonte pic.twitter.com/Nbk1fBqWSv
Piazza De Ferrari is Genoa's hub. There is a splashing fountain that is surrounded by tall buildings. This place is one of the popular places for shopping. The place was rebuilt after World War II.
Genoa is greeting 2019 with style at the Piazza De Ferrari covered in lights and verses of Genoese poets displayed on the buildings and pavement. DJs Alessio Bertallot, Marco Ripamonte, and guitarist Federico Paciotti will perform from 22:30 which is free and open to all! #NYE pic.twitter.com/RctXhnINTy— CB Genova (@CBGenova) December 28, 2018
The most famous church in Genoa is the Cattedrale di San Lorenzo. It was built around the year 1098. The cathedral is dedicated to San Lorenzo Martire and his guards and is regarded as an iconic landmark in Genoa.
Playing for our personal Sunday mass this morning - Cattedrale di San Lorenzo in Mestre 🙏 pic.twitter.com/kAZoEl4Stp— SAHS Concert Tours (@SAHSConcertTour) February 16, 2014