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Both Turin and Genova are two big cities able to provide you a lot of attractions, the choice of the best one really depends on what you are interested in and what kind of cities you prefer in general. As a personal point of view I consider Turin far more elegant than Genova: nice streets with elegant buildings, the possibility to climb (by car or by a ...


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A romantic weekend with your girlfriend? Well, what can be more romantic than taking a long walk in Parco del Valentino? Here's a picture from my last visit to Orto Botanico, just to give you an idea of what I'm talking about: Just walking around the Centro (the city's centre) is a fulfilling tourist experience, the city's architecture is its main ...


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From Genova (Piazza Principe or Brignole), take a regional train with the destination of La Spezie Centrale. There are direct trains to 3 of the 5 villages, so depending on your preference, buy a ticket to one of: Monterosso (northernmost) Vernazza (2nd from north) Riomaggiore (southernmost) But note that there are many more direct connections to ...


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I think you are mistaken on your journey times, but Milan is still definitely your best bet. By train, Milan to Genoa is over 4 hours, and Genoa to Verona is over 6 hours. By road, however, the times are more like 1:30 from Milan to Genoa and 3 hours Genoa to Verona Why not hire a car for the trip? Driving in northern Italy can be an amazing experience.


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As far as I know, only one village can be reached from Genova on a regular basis, that is to say Monterosso. I suppose that the others may be connected to La Spezia through local trains, whereas Monterosso has a few InterCity trains (going from Genova to Pisa) which stop at its station. The journey from Genova Brignole to Monterosso takes a little over one ...



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