The City palaces lining this beautiful street are inspiring. Having studied Italian history at school, it was a great experience seeing the wealth and beauty “in the flesh”.
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Via Garibaldi is the most prestigious street in the city with palaces, museums and official buildings. All major museums can be visited with a combined 9€ tickets. Worth a visit, although the the number of paintings in the ‘Palazzo del Rossi’ may be a bit...More
Enjoyed to stroll through this historic street with the many palazzi along it. Take the time to visit the palazzi and see something from old Genua.
Those interested in architecture may get the most from this attraction. When we visited there were about 100 art students sketching buildings to get a feel for perspective.
This street is a UNESCO site. Buildings are beautiful, the details amazing but need more care. Look up and enjoy the artwork
This street is very famous for the beautiful palaces the nobility built centuries ago. The architecture is beautiful and you can only imagine what it must have been like to live there in the 17th century. Now there are many shops that offer food but...More
What a delightful area to stroll down and take in all the splendid palazzi and to visit one or two or three. The view from the very top of Palazzo Rosso was amazing.
This one is a delight - even w stroppy teenagers. So many of the palaces (?) have open doors into their foyer area - enough for the imagination to take over. Buskers are sensational! And when you get to the end, take a sharp left...More