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Genoa Travel Guide

ARTICLES

A Food Lover's Guide to Genoa, Italy

T+L reels in decadent squid-ink ravioli, hearty roasted branzino, and so much more on the Ligurian coast.

Exploring Northern Italy’s Villa Gardens

From elaborate landscapes outside Genoa to formal estates along Lake Como and the French border, T+L tours the villa gardens of northern Italy.

Hidden Treasures in Milan

Though it seems conventional and staid, Milan, Italy has a wealth of little-known pleasures.

Driving Italy's Ligurian Coast

Only Italians seem to have discovered the colorful villages and tranquil beaches of Liguria’s Riviera di Ponente. T+L hits the Via Aurelia for a languorous...

Greece: Europe’s Newest Wine Country

In Greece—between the Peloponnese, Macedonia, and the shores of Crete—T+L finds welcoming people, seductively simple food, and unforgettable Greek wines.

Best Large-Ship Cruise Lines

Find the best cruise for you: Here’s the scoop on the top large-ship cruise lines, as selected by T+L readers.

Tastes of Italy

Few people in the world revere—and debate—classic cuisine like the Italians. Anya von Bremzen heads to five regions across the Boot in search of the...

Great Farm-to-Table Restaurants

A handful of top dining spots are taking the “eating local” concept to the next level by actually growing their own food.

The Ligurian Riviera

France's famous seaside playground may get all the glory, but just over the border lies Italy's answer to the Côte d'Azur: the Ligurian coast. christopher...

Italian Beauty Finds

The best place in Italy for a beauty fix might just be the corner drugstore
HOTELS

Locanda di Palazzo Cicala

An haute-design hotel in the city center. more ›


RESTAURANTS

Antica Osteria di Vico Palla

Hidden off a blind alley, the Antica Osteria di Vico Palla looks like it hasn’t changed in a century, though its current incarnation dates back only 11 years. Wooden tables are set haphazardly... more ›


ACTIVITIES

Villa Durazzo Pallavicini

The park has beautiful trees and shrubs, in particular the camellias, which date back to the garden’s inception in 1840. more ›


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