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If you're visiting Genova, plan a stop at Spianata Castelletto.
From this wonderful terrace, you will be able to enjoy the best landscape of your life!
If it is spring/summer, seize the opportunity to taste a typical Italian gelato or a Sicilian granita by Don...More
In Piazza delle Fontane Marose there is an elevator that takes you to the esplanade of Castelletto overlooking Genoa and its port.
The final part of the elevator corridor is tiled in Art Deco style and the cost of a ride is € 0.90.
After the long walk up steep streets, I was rewarded with sweeping views over the city. Too bad it was foggy the day I went! On a nice day with plenty of sun and blue sky, this park/terrace must be a great place to hang...More
I would say: this is only in case you've a day over and don't know what to do in the city.The view is kind of disappointing because of so many houses around and I didn't see any particular beautiful house. The sea is too far...More
There is nothing much to do here except for looking at the bay and the rest of the city from a high vantage point. You can see the opulent palaces of Via Garibaldi from here. It is also a park with some bars where you...More
If you don't have much time, Spianata Castelleto can be easily accessed by walking up the considerable number of steps or taking the elevator (buy and stamp your ticket-police often check at the top or bottom). From Spianata Castelleto you can see the lower city,...More
This is a must do activity in Genoa and easy to find. The view 360 degree view was really magnificent. Walked the shops and cafes. The locals were very obliging. Obviously pick your day to get the view and earlier in the day is better.