Late night in Genoa, Italy

Hello everybody!

This Italian port town is packed with appeal but often misses out on the attention it deserves, eclipsed by its more famous city counterparts in the south. Aside from being home to Italy’s oldest football team, and the site of Europe’s – arguably the world’s – first bank, Genoa has bags of medieval charm, complete with cathedrals, tiny alleyways and hidden piazzas. It also sits at the heart of the Italian Riviera – meaning that from its working port you can escape to charming fishing villages and magical coves. The city that the scholar Petrarch described as ‘La Superba’ has plenty to offer…and I, unfortunately, did not have time to see anything except the big port and the Columbus ship because we arrived late at night and left early in the morning 😦





and the best travel partner of mine – my lovely mom ❤


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