Residence of the Doge since 1339, Genova Palazzo Ducale is today the location of exhibitions, conferences, meetings, festivals, shows and educational activities, and represents one of the main cultural centers of the city.
Registered as UNESCO World Heritage in 2006 they include 42 Palazzi dei Rolli among the 100 existing ones. They can be found in Strada Nuova and in a large part of the Historic Centre, in Via Lomellini, Piazza Fossatello and Via San Luca, up to Piazza Banchi and the seaside.
Carried out between 1840 and 1846 on commission of the marchis Ignazio Pallavicini, the park has been acknowledged as the most beautiful Italian Park in 2017. Temples, obelisks, caves, lakes, pagodas, rare and majestic trees will accompany you throughout your visit, making you experience a real romantic fairytale atmosphere.
With its fascinating and majestic sculpture and tree lined alleys, it is a true open-air museum. It is considered one of the most fascinanting and important monumental cemetery in Europe.
One of the wonders of the world. (Ernest Hemingway)
Built at the end of the 17th century by the Marchese Brignole-Sale the villa is situated in, what is now, the city's largest park covering an area of over 32 hectares.
Walking around the villa you can admire a genuine Italian garden of extraordinary beauty, so much so that a drawing of it was included by the famous French architect Martin - Pierre Gauthier in his 19th century publication.
With its English lawns, palm trees, fountains and the unmissable rose garden, the Parks of Nervi are today the location of important cultural events such as the Festival of Nervi and Euroflora but also a landmark for all those who want to enjoy a day in the open air. Strolling through the wonderful little streets you will discover charming gardens, where the colors of nature blend with the blue of the sea and the sky, in a riot of colors.