Sights of the Italian Genoa (Genova) attract tourists with picturesque beauty and unique architecture. Labyrinths of narrow streets, ramparts, graceful palaces, churches, will not leave indifferent even many tourists who have seen. Cristoforo Colombo was born here. Therefore, any Genoese will point to the house where the great traveler grew up.
The aquarium of Genoa (Acquario di Genova) is the largest (area - 3100 m²) aquarium in Italy and the second largest in Europe. A wonderful scientific and educational center was built in 1992 near the old Genoese harbor at Cape Ponte Spinola. The construction was timed to coincide with the 500th anniversary of the discovery of America by the great traveler Christopher Columbus, born in Genoa, and in connection with the World Exhibition "Genoa Expo - 1992" ("Genoa Expo-92").
Located in the upper left part of the Italian "boot" Genoa (Genova) - a resort loved by many Italians. Here the climate is mild, the cool wind from the sea eliminates the choking heat, and the water off the coast warms up well. Tourists also love to come to Genoa - the rich history of the city allows you to spend time usefully, and if you are tired of wandering along the ancient streets, you can relax while sitting in one of the many cafes or on the seashore.
Genoa International Airport (Aeroporto di Genova-Cristoforo Colombo), awarded the name of the greatest explorer Christopher Columbus, was built on a man-made peninsula in the western part of the capital Liguria (Liguria) and the province of Genoa (Italy) with the name Sestri Ponente. Six kilometers from the center of Genoa (Genova), is the largest runway in Liguria at the Genoa airport (3,065 m) and a modern, modernized complex of buildings.