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This is a must do activity when visiting Genoa as you get some fantastic panoramic views of the whole city.
Tickets cost €1.50 per adult which you can buy from a machine at the station, make sure you validate it in the yellow box before...More
Took a little while to find, as tucked away, but great value at only 1.5 euro per person. There are several stops on the way from Zecca , but we chose to get directly to thE top at Righi. From there you get some fantastic...More
All over Genoa 1.60 EUR will buy you 100 minutes of travel. It runs every 15 minutes so you could go up and down this funicular and still have time for a bus ride!
There is a viewing platform at the top station.
As with all public transport in Genoa, this unique mode of transport benefits from very cheap, fixed fares. Great views from inside the cabin, and around the streets when you get off at Righi. Much more practical - and fun - than walking up...
Easily accessible just off the Galleria Garibaldi, you buy tickets at the station. €1.50 pp gets you 100 minutes. There are 4 stops but best views are from the castaletto on top, though get directions to this before you go up as its not sign...More
Catch this funicular for sure. Only costs 1.50 EUR (purchase the 100 minute bus journey) and will take you up high in the hills in just 20 minutes. Best views of Genoa. At the top you can also walk for just over an hour and...More
This cable railway is a ten minute ride to the top where the views are lovely. You get a great sense of the city's location and development from the top station. There are strenuous walks from there to visit some of the old 17th century...More
This was 5 minutes from our hotel.
It was worth going up, taking a look around & coming back again.
You can walk further up but we had a train to catch.
It's nice that it's not all in a tunnel so you get to...More