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The city of Genoa is a gem that offers visitors the perfect balance between lively and traditional. The old-world charm of Camogli, a fishing village perched on a hill overlooking the sea, contrasts with the modernity found in downtown Genoa. Visitors can explore both sides of this beautiful city by walking around its neighborhoods and finding hidden gems along the way.
If you are new to Huvr you can virtually travel to Genoa in real-time and begin experiencing it for yourself by hiring a local Walker on the ground who can give you the inside scoop of all the happenings right from your mobile device through Virtual Travel.
Why not get started with Camogli, Torre Fara, Piazza dei Pescatori, Ferrari Piazza or Portofino?
Camogli is in the green amphitheater of the Golfo Paradiso in the Eastern Ligurian Riviera, among olive trees and maritime pines within the Portofino Natural Park. The stretch of sea of Camogli is in the Portofino Marine Protected Area: the extraordinary beauty of the underwater landscape attracts thousands of divers who dive each year in these waters.
Torre Fara (Fara Tower) The structure, dedicated to the memory of General Gustavo Fara, was commissioned by the National Fascist Party in 1935 as a seaside resort and residence for children, to be used mainly in the summer. In 1940, due to Italy’s entry into the war, the building was used as a military hospital and temporary occupation site for the German army. On 20 June 2020 with the new promenade in front of the complex in the presence of the Governor Giovanni Toti. Today modernity and history are only a step away since the historic fishermen’s square is next to it.
Piazza dei Pescatori
Virtually travel to Piazza dei Pescatori “The fishermen’s square”, as it was called by the true Chiavaresi “Piazza Gagliardo” is where the ancient Gotuzzo shipyard was located in a small historic burgo , a panoramic point from which you have a splendid view of Portofino and Santa Margherita, almost at the end of the sea promenade of Chiavari, near the restored colony of Fara. It is overlooked by bars, pizzerias / restaurants, and gastronomy. Seat of the Andreatta maritime museum.
Ferrari Piazza is Genoa’s main square, and a meeting place for important city events. In the center stands the monumental bronze fountain, the work of the architect Cesare Crosa di Vergagni, from 1936. The Carlo Felice Theater and the Ligustica Academy of Fine Arts building, jointly designed by Carlo Barbino, overlook the square.
Portofino is a fishing village on the Ligurian Riviera south-east of Genoa. Pastel-colored houses, exclusive boutiques and restaurants overlook the cobbled Piazzetta overlooking the harbor, where megayachts are moored. A path connects the Piazzetta to Castello Brown, a sixteenth-century fortress with an adjoining museum inside which art exhibitions are set up and which offers views of the town and the Ligurian Sea.
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Genoa is a beautiful city, with its own unique style and flare. It’s the second largest port in Italy, after Naples. The old town has narrow streets and colorful buildings that make it feel like something out of an Italian painting. Filled with a tight network of caruggi, or narrow (often cobblestoned) streets, Genoa’s medieval core offers palazzi showcasing a range of architectural styles, heritage shops, restaurants and cafes. If you’re visiting Genoa for the first time, take some time to explore this charming city virtually with Huvr – you’ll be glad that you did!
Genoa Time Zone: Central European Standard Time
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