Ostello di Genova

Address: Via (Passo) Giovanni Costanzi 10, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16135, Italy | Hostel
 
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Location

This hostel, located in the Centro Ovest area of Genoa, is near Royal Palace Museum (Museo di Palazzo Reale), Palazzo Reale, Palazzo di San Giorgio, and Forte Sperone.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOstello di Genova Genoa

Reviewed by haem

Genova Hostel

Reviewed Feb 28, 2011
by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

up on the hill, good common room, laundry and internet, no kitchen. I liked it a lot but that was probably mostly due to the people there.

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Ostello di Genova Genoa

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Travel Blogs from Genoa

Visit to the Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by duncanabbie on Jan 10, 2015

2 comments, 6 photos

... Sea, alfresco, and made a grab for the one remaining table. There were three other tables occupied when we arrived, and the waitress was overwhelmed with our arrival (and the subsequent arrival of 3 other smaller groups). She just rushed by us, obviously flustered, so we grabbed some drinks and sat at our table and waited, not sure she was planning to get to us. Rush hour at Coniglia? We saw her make a hasty phone call, backup? Eventually ...

Through Pesto country

A travel blog entry by allanski on Jul 29, 2014

14 photos

... through one by one. There was a lot of waiting, but finally I was waved through. I didn't see any accidents so maybe this was just the Italian way of generation more jobs?
I got to the end of the road and found out why. It was a dead end, but with the small village of Portofino there with it's harbour and huge yachts. There isn't much parking space, so they let one in if one leaves.


I got off the bike, but this was not a place for me to hang out, not ...

Cemetries, coast, countryside and mansions

A travel blog entry by cflove on Jul 07, 2014

14 photos

... the layers of dust actually helps to highlight the folds and creases. Some are very beautiful and all are a record of social history. You can see Genoa was a really wealthy place, these monuments are huge and must have been very expensive.

For a change of scene we headed next to the coast, the so called Italian Riviera and quite similar to the Amalfi coast, yes, beautiful but all the access to the beach is privatised, some how ...

Home Sweet Home

A travel blog entry by megs36 on Oct 20, 2013

6 comments, 5 photos

... the hell they were eating, but they did! Lunch was chicken stew with olives and tomatoes with homemade pirogies (there are a few Polish on board), leek mashed potatoes, mussels and roasted asparagus. Then for Sunday dinner, orange turkey and gravy, some variety of Italian white fish with peach chutney, quinoa, and broccoli. Every meal is virtually gone and the captain has expressed how impressed he is several times. It will be so hard to work in ...

The Italian Rivieraaaaaaahhh

A travel blog entry by steve.peterson on May 07, 2011

5 photos

... with dozens of couples and groups - mainly Americans. It’s the weekend so plenty of what look to be Italian tourists as well. Now there are two versions of the Italian tourist here – those that have taken up patronage in one of the many hotels or B&B’s on land then there is those that have strolled off their million euro yacht, moored amongst the many yachts of similar size and composition, obviously owned by the locals. In fact there is ...