Your group stay in Genoa
Genoa is not the most famous of the Italian cities. Yet in northern Italy, only a two-hour drive from France, it is one of the most easily accessible cities from Western Europe. This is reason enough to choose it as your destination for your group trip to Italy. Christopher Columbus Airport, named after Genoa's most famous child, offers international flights to Paris, London, Barcelona or Glasgow. Your group can therefore easily reach Genoa by road, train or plane. Although it is not a tourist city in the same way as Rome, Venice or Florence, Genoa has a large hotel park where you will find a wide choice of hotels for your group stay. Depending on your budget or your desires, you will find on the Groupcorner website top-of-the-range hotels in Genoa as well as a selection of the best cheap hotels for groups.
Often, the tourist who goes to Italy only passes through Genoa without necessarily taking the time to stop there. That's a wrong! Your group will discover a city with an exceptional heritage. Especially in its old town, one of the largest in Europe. It alone justifies a visit to Genoa with its 120 palaces, often Renaissance, of which no less than 42 are classified as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. They hide in the narrow streets with their typically Italian atmosphere where the laundry dries on the balconies. At the edge of the historic centre, Strada Nuovo is a magnificent place for your group to stroll. This street is one of the most beautiful in Europe and bears witness to Genoa's glorious past. Art lovers in your group will find some very beautiful museums there. Feel free to leave Genoa with your group to visit the traditional villages that border the city, such as Boccadasse, a fishing village, with its colourful houses and boats washed up on the beach. A postcard landscape that will certainly seduce the members of your group.