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Genoa is Italy’s sixth largest city is and is one of the greatest destinations for a vacation. It is not referred to as “the superb one (la superba)” for nothing. It has a lot to offer to everyone who likes art and music as well as history and architecture.
Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport is used by several airlines including Air Dolomiti and Air Italy. It is about six kilometers from the city center. The airport transportation is easy and affordable. You can choose to take public transportation or rent a car to go to your hotel or directly to a popular tourist spot that you want to visit. You can also make a reservation so you can easily get to the airport from your hotel after your vacation. Car rentals with or without a driver are available. The airport also has a parking service for short (per hour) or long term (per day). You can also find restaurants and shopping centers as well as a baggage counter that uses recyclable plastic for storage and a tracking system.
There are a lot of places to visit in Genoa. First on the list is the Piazza de Ferrari where a monument of the Italian National Hero, Garibaldi, can be found. There are also several museums including the Civic Museum and Naval Museum. You should also visit the famous St. Lorenzo Cathedral. Nearby, you will find some great artworks for sale.
You should go see the Genoa Aquarium or Genovese Acquario that was built in 1992 following a ship structure if you want to watch aquatic scenes. There are exhibits as well as 3D shows. If you want to dig in more of Genoa’s history, visit the Saint Peter’s Loggia. There are many cultural activities that you might enjoy. Any sightseeing and tour in Genoa is also not complete if you do not see the Lanterna and its museum. It opens at 8 in the morning, including on weekends and holidays.
Genoa Airport Guide
The Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport, or Genoa Airport in short, is a beautiful airport in Genoa, Italy, built in an artificial peninsula. The airport serves more than 1 million passengers annually.
At the first floor of the passenger terminal is the VIP lounge which is named Sala Genova. It serves as a very comfortable lounge area offered only to VIP cardholders.
Genoa airport is also sensitive to travelling passengers who are disabled or have reduced mobility such as the elderly and the pregnant women. The airport has pavement ramps, special toilets for the disabled and even lifts with buttons in Braille. Passengers in wheelchairs will have no problem moving around the airport areas.
Dining at the airport
Genoa Airport offers a variety of restaurants, cafeterias and snack bars. For those who want their food on the go, there’s the Chef’s Express which sells sweets, snacks, cafeteria food and hot and cold drinks. For those craving for Italian quality food such as pasta, there’s the Gusto Ristorante for a good quality heavy meal. There are also bar areas that open up in the evening hours.
Shopping at the airport
The airport houses the famous Duty Free in which passengers can do their last minute shopping for personal items, household products as well as gift items for a very low price. Shopping at Duty Free is tax free and therefore, people love shopping here because of the many branded food, beverages and other products they could get for at least 20% less the original retail price.
There is also the Giglio Bagnara which is a boutique selling various high-end items of Italian brands. The Marina Militare is a clothing store selling a variety of casual wear and sportswear both for men and women. The Itineris is a place to browse for magazines, books, newspapers and other reading materials, as well as souvenir items.
Banks and currency exchange
When shopping and dining at the Genoa Airport, travelers usually get concerned about their cash in hand as not all establishments will accept credit cards like the food establishments. For banking convenience, there’s the Bank Carige that has an ATM service available as well as currency exchange.