Boccadasse is one of the most loved areas of the city, both by locals and tourists. Let yourself be wooed by the colorful houses, the beach of round, polished pebbles (typical of the Ligurian coastline) and the memorable ice cream. An excellent place to sip a glass of wine looking out over the sea.
Un borgo marinaro adorato da genovesi e non, una volta villaggio di pescatori, ora meta gradita per passare momenti di relax, godere di un bellissimo tramonto, apprezzare la varia e ampia offerta gastronomica; un fritto di pesce da passeggio e un gelato squisito sono un must!
Boccadasse can be reached by bus n. 31 which you will take in front of Brignole station ... or on foot go towards the seaside fair and the walk is on the sea in 30 minutes you 'll arrive in Boccadasse...to enjoy a drink on the beach
Boccadasse is an ancient fishing village of the city of Genoa. A real gem. Must see!! At the end of Corso Italia take the narrow alleyway to walking down to the small beach. There are some ice-cream parlours and fish restaurant. If you walk from the beach across the village and climb to the top of…
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“One of the main shopping streets lined with splendid mosaics, porticoes and colorful archways. Connect- ed to the “Piazza De Ferrari””
“Wonderful Palace with a great view! Close the railway station of Piazza Principe ”
“San Lorenzo Cathedral is the masterpiece of Italian Gothic style. There is the possibility to enjoy of amazing view of Genoa city from the Cathedral panoramic terrace.”
“An actual open-air museum, today this cemetery is considered one of the most fascinating in Europe. Ernest Hemingway called it “one of the wonders of the world”.”