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Interesting historic street in the city, lined with the grand palazzos of Genoa’s medieval leaders. There are some stores along the route — I stopped into a nice cafe — but a lot of the space is occupied by the palazzos, most of which are...More
We had a pleasant stroll along Via Garibaldi. We decided on this occasion to skip the art galleries, there is so much to see in the buildings themselves. We did pay a visit to an open air art exhibition using recycled materials. Some were excellent...More
This is a great street to walk down in the early evening with the sunlight streaming through the buildings. We really enjoyed all the wonderful facades and ornate foyers. Well worth enjoying and preserving.
Everybody walks the Garibaldi, but make sure you visit the three Palazzi, Rosso, Bianco and Doria Tursi. They can be visited on one ticket, bought in the ticket shop between them. The art is dark and becomes a little oppressive, but Rosso has a viewing...More
One palace after the other. Interesting from a historical point of view and from an architectural point of view. Most of the palaces are open at the ground level. A depiction and testimony of the extreme wealth the city ‘endured.’