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Greta E Marlene
August 23, 2014
Don't miss Boccadasse with its many restaurants, bars and ice bars. Climbing up towards Punta Chiara you'll find the romantic spot with view towards the mountain of Portofino
July 27, 2014
Wonderful fishermen village inside the town
July 21, 2014
Original and romantic sea village with many fish restaurants
April 23, 2014
Fishermen, sun, sea, Boccadasse is truly a "gem": a small fishing village completely surrounded by the city, Genoa. Syusy is lost among the Creuze - the streets that go down to the sea - with Paul II,
March 6, 2014
Enjoy a walk and have a good ice cream in this lovely fisherman beach with coloured house inside the city of Genova

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“Main Genova square, with Palazzo Ducale to visit, the big opera theatre Carlo Felice and close by the historical district. ”
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“Restaurant within very little walking distance from home. Wonderful local cuisine excellent.”
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“Una delle (se non la) migliore pasticceria di genova. Torte e bavaresi squisite e ben presentate.”
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“Following the new architectural models of the time, Genoa's nobility had many palaces of great splendour designed and built within the historic centre. The number and magnificence of these gave rise to a peculiar aristocratic residential system, formalised in 1576 by a Decree of the Senate that issued an official list of the dwellings (List of Public Lodgings, also known as Rolli), recognising their unique value. The same decree compelled the owners of the homes to take turns in hosting state visits, in the absence of a royal palace. Host dwellings were chosen in accordance with the importance of the visiting guest: the higher the guest's noble rank, the more sumptuous the mansion that was required and the wealthier the family given the honour - and indeed the burden - of welcoming them. The area featured on the UNESCO list also extends to the part of the historic centre that runs through Via Lomellini, Piazza Fossatello and Via San Luca to Piazza Banchi, the mercantile heart of the old town: along this stretch lie some of the most important examples of the Palazzi dei Rolli, woven in the modern age into the mediaeval fabric of the city. To this day, the Palazzi dei Rolli still partly belong to private owners, while some of the buildings today house banks or offices. The best way to experience the allure of some of these dwellings up close is to take one of the guided tours organised by the city.”
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9 Via Alberto Liri
Genoa, Liguria 16145
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