Hotel Continental

Address: Via Arsenale di Terra 1, Genoa, Italian Riviera, 16126, Italy | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located in the Granarolo area of Genoa, is near Galata Museo del Mare, Palazzo Reale, Royal Palace Museum (Museo di Palazzo Reale), and Palazzo di San Giorgio.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Continental Genoa

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    Travel Blogs from Genoa

    Day 48 - MSC transfer from Venice to Genoa

    A travel blog entry by ttdaniel on Oct 05, 2014

    ... room. We were stoked until Toby laid on the bed...wow his side of the bed was only springs, no cushion. We filled our laundry form in and saw reception again. Reception said they would arrange for the mattress to be changed. We then went to the coffee bar on deck 7 that we found on our second last day on MSC Fantasia. MSC Fantasia and MSC Splendida are identical ships. All the cafes/bars etc are in the same place. We know the ...

    Monica from Genoa we LOVE you

    A travel blog entry by krisdee on Sep 26, 2014

    2 photos

    ... don't think we would have found the train station, or at least not have found it in enough time to make the cruise. So once again a shout out to Monica the only English speaking person in Genova who saved the day for us...I am sure I will never see you again, but you are AWESOME!!!

    So we made it to Savona and took a taxi to the cruise port. We actually got there with plenty of time and even had to wait to board the ship. We are taking a Costa Pacifica ...

    Genoa

    A travel blog entry by noyelles on May 25, 2014

    7 comments, 38 photos

    ... are the pillars but the altar area is of 16-17th century baroque with the most elaborate gilded mouldings & painted ceilings & a series of ancient damaged frescoes interspersed with much later religious scenes. On the southern side is the most ornate chapel with fine statues all around it. In the museum they have a most ornate 11th century gilded arc, the plate on which John the Baptist's head was served up & ...

    Fish, markets & medieval parades...

    A travel blog entry by zaynard on Oct 12, 2013

    16 photos

    ... old fashioned in this respect I guess... For antipasti, we began with an octopus salad, potatoes, parsley and lemon; and mosciame with tomatoes and oregano, lots of oregano! The octopus was extremely tender and nicely textured, with small potatoes, fresh parsley and a lemon wedge on the top. Despite needing some salt, the dish was quite enjoyable, and went very well with the Ciliegiolo rosé we had ordered. Ciliegiolo is a grape typically from Tuscany whose ...

    Portofino, Italy

    A travel blog entry by rnriggins on Jul 07, 2007

    2 comments, 69 photos

    ... The castle was eventually sold to the city of Portofino in 1961. Portofino really is just a perfect, little town but not in an overly touristy way. It is just elite and somehow puts up with the few souvenir shops and the many gawking tourists. I was ready for the beach so I headed back to SML since there aren't any beaches in Portofino. The few beaches in SML were all wall-to-wall people with absolutely no vacanies! What happens in August when there are supposed ...