A crescent-shaped land, bathed by the sea and dominated by the mountains. A small but fascinating region: Liguria from the Levante to the Ponente riviera is a territory to be explored between seaside villages and villages nestled on the slopes of the terraced mountains and cultivated with olive trees and vineyards.
Genoa, the capital, is a city of contrasts, a crossroads of cultures that over the centuries have shaped its strong identity where the ancient meets the modern in a succession of alleys and paths along the old Creuse mule tracks.
In every corner it can offer unexpected perspectives and new horizons to make every type of traveler dream.
Village of Triora
Accomodation – Holiday homes, luxury hotels and boutique resorts, campsites near the sea and bed and breakfast in the inland villages, Liguria offers solutions for every type of traveler.
Food – Ligurian cuisine combines the flavors of the sea with those of the earth. Fish, trofie with pesto, even simple bread soaked with a drizzle of oil, focaccias and farinata are traditional dishes that conquer all palates.
Flying to Liguria – The Region has a single airport of reference, the Cristoforo Colombo near Genoa, which connects it with the world. This is connected to the railway station and towns with bus connections.
Getting around – Train and car are the most comfortable means of getting around the region. In addition, the port of Genoa is one of the most important in Italy and a starting point for numerous cruises in the Mediterranean.
Suggested daily budget – around 20 to 100 EUR