There are nicer places to visit in Genova but if you're interested in architecture may be impressed as long as you go inside of some of the "palaces".
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Earlier reviews complained about dirt, but we found the street clean and well maintained. The palazzos on both sides are fine buildings, but because the street is so narrow you do not get an impression of grandeur. However as this is the home to three...More
A fantastic street with amazing architecture and well worth a visit. We enjoyed Palazzi Bianco and Rosso and I am sure you would enjoy both , especially the rooftop view from Rosso. Guides tried to be helpful and I would return here.
Beautiful place but dirty... Very suitable for a walk and to take ice cream and foccacia which is caracteristic to genoa
This is an amazing street as 12 out of the 42 Genoese palaces and now UNESCO World Heritage Sites) are located in via Garibaldi - from one end to to the other. what amazed me was that some of the places are public buildings and...More
Lovely mix of old and new here; on one side: an old, albeit wonderfully preserved Italian street with a local and unmistakable cultural mark. On the other, the new, the large number of different types of shops and scores of tourists attest to its beauty...More
From end to end there is something to see on via Garibaldi. Museums, gelaterias, restaurants and bookstores just to name a few. There are even some hidden gems on some of the side streets. We were amazed that some of the larger palaces we're partially...More