Genoa, “the Proud One,” is clad with a range of impressive landmarks and awe-inspiring things to do and see. It is an old, thriving seaport where the past and present collide. When visiting Genoa, you can take in the sights of piazzas, ports, old-style buildings, and parks.
Genoa, the largest seaport in Italy, is a beautiful, romantic city with pretty seaside buildings and lush rolling hills.
The city port is very busy and you can find many boats, yachts, ferries, cruisers, and cargo ships that are either moored or sailing on the waters. There are rental boats and yachts at the marina if you want to sail the Mediterranean.
The Aquarium of Genoa is also a must-see tourist attraction in the city. It is one of the largest aquariums in Italy and in all of Europe. Over a million people visit this fascinating site every year.
The climate in Genoa borders on mediterranean and humid subtropical climates. Almost evert month the city receives more than 1.6 inches (40 millimeters) of rain. The summers are warm and humid while the winters are windy and sporadically snowy. The coldest months are from December through February while the warmest are July and August.
Temperatures in Genoa are fairly mild throughout the year, so you can visit the city anytime you wish. Even the winter season is warmer in Genoa than in other cities in Europe. One of the best times to visit the city is during the spring season, when the amount of rain decreases and the hours of sunshine increases.
Annually, the city hosts the Genoa International Boat Show, a premier boat show that is recognized and lauded all over the world. This international event is typically held in the month of October and for boat lovers, there’s tons of things to see and things to do in Genoa during the boat festival.
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