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It’s a historic street with palaces lining the road. You long to see inside the palaces and lucky for you the city hall is free and open to have a little wander around.
It’s good to imagine what life would have been like here in...More
A street of the old centre known for its historic palaces, it dates back to the year 1550. Originally named Strada Maggiore, then Strada Nuova, it was later named in honour of Giuseppe Garibaldi in 1882. Since July 2006 it is inscribed in the list...More
As with many streets that lead off the central squares this is a particularly attractive street with numerous historical buildings that could each tell their own tales of days gone by. Just a delightful street to meander down and and admire the architecture and try...More
Wonderful street full of palaces - a world heritage site. You can pop into doorways and remark at the splendor, or get access by ticket to a few of the hundred palaces in the area. A true "not to be missed" in Genoa.
The street composes lots of historical buildings. Some of them appear in many magazines. While strolling along the street, there were musicians singing beautiful Italian songs. The atmosphere is fantastic
Take your time walking down this street.
There are so many hidden gems.
A glimpse through a doorway into an amazing courtyard.
Little streets running off the main street, with interesting things to see.
Worth an ample
We passed through here a couple of times today. Once after walking down the hill from Rigi through convoluted steps, paths and roads, stopping for a cool gelato and water, then later in the day after having walked the old town for the day. I...More