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Portofino & Santa Margherita Small Group Tour by Train from Genoa with Top Guide
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Portofino & Santa Margherita Small Group Tour by Train from Genoa with Top Guide
If you are in Genoa, you can’t miss the chance to visit two of most beautiful towns of Italy: Portofino and Santa Margherita Ligure. With the knowledge of an expert guide you will start the tour from Genoa taking the train to Santa Margherita. Here, you can admire the seafront with the panoramic spots, explore the city and taste a local baked flatbread, the “Focaccia”, a real deligtht! Now the morning is over and you will be ready to take the boat and be amazed admiring the unique view of Ligurian Coast! At your arrival in Portofino, lose yourself in the magical atmosphere of the “Piazzetta”, with its unique port and the picturesque colored houses. Then, you can walk and explore the shops and restaurants found under the arcades,a nice time to relax! It’s time to take the ferry another time that leads you back to “Santa”; from where you will take the train to Genoa. After this day, you will keep the memories of these cities for ever!
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Is nice to walking around in this little park and you can have a view of Santa Margherita di Ligure.
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We went in the early morning before the house was open to visitors, but the walk up and the grounds are beautiful. Worth the climb but for some it can be a bit challenging since it is uneven. Use caution.
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Inside the house is nice but nothing special. Unless you really want to go in, I wouldn't bother. Only a few rooms and not really furnished. Took us 5 minutes to go round. Gardens are free though and worth seeing. Lovely views over the sea and a pond with lots of turtles. Worth
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This is a lovely place to visit and the fact that all the rooms are open and easy for you to walk around is amazing!... beautiful views and murano glass chandeliers in almost every room.... this is a must when you visit Santa Margherita Ligure
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Walk up from the port, you will be rewarded with an iconic view of the Tigullio gulf. The walk is reasonably steep so don’t attempt if you have a heart condition, you can drive but parking is difficult
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