Hotel Galata

Address: Via Andrea Doria 4A, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16126, Italy | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the Oregina area of Genoa, is near Galata Museo del Mare, Palazzo Reale, Palazzo del Principe, and Palazzo di San Giorgio.
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      Travel Blogs from Genoa

      Genoa to Monterossa in Cinqe Terre 18 deg

      A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 06, 2014

      ... Surfers out but not much to catch. Train trip 2 1/2 hrs 6.90€ but only 75km. Milk run. Everything seemed closed an Monterossa- season over. Walked around and saw a sign i recognised from Lonely Planet which turned out to be a letting agency. Took me to block of units- 3 storey with 4 units per level and each unit seems split into 5 separate rooms each with ensuites. Would be noisy and crowded in season but only saw one other person. ...

      Como-Milan-Genoa. Rain and cooler- 15deg

      A travel blog entry by kenb on Nov 05, 2014

      ... under repair. No accom booked and not good weather to go looking...frustrating. Don't know if I want to do this type of travel. Noticed hotel Grand Savoia on hill above station. A recommended hotel but a bit expensive gut it's raining and I need a room. Pleasant girl on reception- room for €105 which is ok. More upmarket than places I have been - plush. Relief Got tourist map and wandered town. A dozen palaces built in 1500s for ...

      Worthful p(a)laces

      A travel blog entry by jackir on Aug 25, 2014

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      My Genoa map has little quirks in translation such as 'worthful', we think it means worthy of a visit rather than valuable or expensive but as most of them are palaces, we're not sure! Anyway, we've seen most of the palaces (from the outside only), the old town, the old port, the Italian riviera, the highest funicular, the oldest public arcade in Italy, the carrugi (the narrow old streets where the fourth floor or ...

      A Tale of Two Tours

      A travel blog entry by aniemi on Nov 13, 2013

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... of preschool kids listening to street musicians. The large cathedral is San Lorenzo. Poor unfortunante San Lorenzo was grilled to death. I am not kidding, the front of the church has a scene of a guy laying on a grill. However, don't get confused, The Virgin Mary is the symbolic queen of Genoa.
      We also learned that the flag of Genoa and a red cross on a white background, which is also the ...

      Ciao, Italian Riviera!

      A travel blog entry by laurabonhard on Jul 14, 2012

      ... I love how McDonalds abroad have completely different menus and actually have a little local flavor. 15 minutes later, I checked the bus: 28 minutes. Seriously?? Gotta love the Italian idea of schedules. Luckily 28 minutes rapidly decreased at approximately 2x time. I wasn’t complaining!

      After a very windy trip up the mountain to my hostel, I checked in and promptly passed out. Absolutely knackered and I could do without the windy rain ...