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All reviews beautiful street palazzo rosso both sides open to the public deutsche bank art galleries unesco site interesting architecture historical center old town walking tour take your time nice walk gelato banks palazzos stroll
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Great place to talk a relaxing walk. Pedestrian friendly. Historic buildings surround you. Lots of places to shop and stop for a drink. Easy walking, no big hills.

Thank nwaynesworld
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very pretty narrow street with gorgeous architecture, not a lot of stores. This is the cleanest street in Genoa

Thank travelqueenme
Reviewed 7 October 2018

A very atmospheric street to explore in day light as well as in the dark evenings. The palaces are interesting as are the palace couryards.

Thank anne m
Reviewed 29 September 2018 via mobile

Easy walking street with some street entertainers... some outstanding architecture of days gone ... shaded from the sun which makes for pleasant strolling.

1  Thank ko993c4s
Reviewed 26 September 2018

Enjoy a walking tour to see interesting architecture. Go in the town hall, free, to see inside on of he buildings

1  Thank lesley330
Reviewed 25 September 2018 via mobile

Most of the palaces are banks now but the entrance halls are mostly open to the public. One has a small exhibit of architectural models to explain the history.

Thank dgrays2ne
Reviewed 23 September 2018

We took a walking tour of Genoa and we were not impressed. We have seen so much better in other parts of Italy. The tour guide was good, but the city is average.

Thank TravelGrandma10
Reviewed 23 September 2018 via mobile

A must do walk to see the numerous palazzos, some of which have been turned into upmarket apartments. A few encourage young musicians - eg pianists- to perform inside. Many of the buildings have sumptious doors and entrances - if you are into photography, suggest...More

Thank stefano523
Reviewed 22 September 2018

Via Garibaldi was a underwhelming experience for me... similar to the way I would characterize Genoa as a whole. Worth walking through the street but dont expect much.

Thank eee135
Reviewed 6 September 2018

Nice stroll and plenty of sports for an aperol. The street is lined up with fabulous palaces full of art and interesting architectural details.

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15 June 2018|
Response from W1792BFandrear | Reviewed this property |
Hi. A couple of hours for via Garibaldi. You can visit the Red Palace and the White Palace just at the end of the street. Than you can wander the historical center. Cheers
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