Genoa, a maritime city with a rich history and cultural heritage, welcomes yachters with its historic port, charming old town, and vibrant Mediterranean atmosphere. As your yacht approaches Genoa’s harbor, the view of the city’s historic buildings and the Lanterna, one of the oldest lighthouses in continuous operation, sets the stage for exploration.

Disembarking in Genoa means stepping into a city with a maritime legacy that spans centuries. The Old Port of Genoa, with its waterfront promenades and historic ships, provides a glimpse into the city’s seafaring past. Yachters can explore the Galata Maritime Museum, housed in a historic shipyard, and discover the stories of Genoa’s maritime prowess.

Genoa’s historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, unfolds with narrow alleyways, medieval palaces, and vibrant markets. The Cathedral of Saint Lawrence and the Palazzo Ducale, a former Doge’s Palace, showcase the city’s architectural and artistic richness.

The Rolli Palaces, a collection of elegant residences, add to Genoa’s cultural allure. Yachters can stroll through the Palazzi dei Rolli, marveling at the grandeur of these aristocratic homes that hosted illustrious guests throughout history.

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