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Nervi

Genoa is Italy's principal seaport and is located on the northwest coast of Italy in the region of Liguria, not far from the French border.

Genoa has an excellent train system and can be reached from Milan, Turin, La Spezia, Pisa, Rome, Monte Carlo, Monaco and Nice, France. The two train stations, Principe and Brignole are both in central Genoa. Ferries leave Genoa's port for Sicily, Sardinia, Corsica, and Elba. Genoa also has a small airport, Cristopher Colombus (Cristoforo Colombo), with flights to other parts of Italy and Europe.

The Genoa region  of the Italian Riviera has several interesting villages, ports, and resorts. Most can be reached by train, bus, or ferry from Genoa. Portofino (great food and wine), Rapallo, and Camogli are three of the most popular destinations. The town of Nervi in Genoa was where I stayed. Nervi is a resort town for Europeans and wealthy Italians. The town of Nervi has a boardwalk with amazing views of the sea, a park that includes several gardens and excellent restaurants.

 

maritza says:
Very nice!
Posted on: Apr 11, 2008
vulindlela says:
Thanks for showing all these great places!
I need to go.
Posted on: Apr 11, 2008
nahir says:
Good!!
Posted on: Apr 11, 2008
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Nervi
Nervi
Municipal Park
Municipal Park
Municipal Park
Municipal Park
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Me @ boardwalk in Nervi
Me @ boardwalk in Nervi
Nervi
Nervi
Cathedral in Nervi
Cathedral in Nervi
Old Seaport
Old Seaport
Me @ Old Seaport
Me @ Old Seaport
Old Seaport
Old Seaport
Ravioli in Walnut Sauce
Ravioli in Walnut Sauce
Downtown @ night
Downtown @ night
Downtown @ night
Downtown @ night
Downtown @ night
Downtown @ night
Me in Downtown @ night
Me in Downtown @ night
Downtown @ night
Downtown @ night
Genoa
photo by: Grpablo