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I walked from the centre of Genoa to Boccadessa (1 hour brisk walk), stopped for a coffee and continued on to Quarto (another 30-40 minutes) where I caught the train back into town. Mostly a very simple and flat walk (a few mild hills) and...More
Beautifully paved area leading from Boccadasse to Genova passing various bars, lidos and palazzi. If you tire, you can take a break on one of the many benches or pick up a bus and go into the centre on wheels
A very nice place in the heart of the city ... where you can walk or run with a stunning view of the Ligurian sea. Maybe not too much well served by coffee shops but recommend. If you like to walk, go to east up...More
We visited this boardwalk in what should have been the height of summer activity, and yet the boardwalk was completely empty. There's nothing really to see or do here, and the view isn't particularly great. If in Genova and staying nearby, it's worth strolling down...More
Corso Italia is a long promenade of about 3 km and it is a splendid walk along the sea – you come across some lovely houses, small beaches, good cafes and restaurants and the beautiful scenery follows you everywhere.
We walked along the whole Corso...More
Genova is a city of fabulous walks, and this magnificent Corso di Italia is the best of them all. You will see joggers, families, seniors, and more, all enjoying fantastic views all the way to Boccadasse. I do wish the City would build a nicer...More
Not bad the landscape walking along ''Corso Italia'', a long boardwalk from Genoa city center until reach Boccadasse district. Many beach resorts with their own restaurants. A walk of about 30-45 minutes to reach the equally wonderful Boccadasse district, a really beautiful place. Apart from...More