Voltri Genoa Ferry

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More About Voltri Genoa

Voltri Genoa (Italian, Genova) is a historical port city in northern Italy, the capital of the Region of Liguria.

Voltri Genoa today, as a tourist attraction, is often shadowed by cities such as Rome or Venice, even though it has a long history as a rich and powerful trade centre.

However, with its multitude of hidden gems behind cozy alleways, excellent cuisine (notably fish and seafood), the rennovated old port, beautiful sights, including one of Europe's biggest aquarium, and its position as the European Capital of Culture in 2004 have made it an enticing place that is gradually becoming more included in the touristic market.

Genoa is known to have Europe’s biggest historical center. This is the heart of the old city. It’s made up of an incredible amount of tiny streets and alleys called Caruggi. Walking through it will plump you right back in ancient times when Genoa was the most important harbor of the Mediterranean sea.

With pastel-coloured terracotta-roofed houses, artistic churches, lovely seaside villas, and also several luxurious boutiques, Voltri Genoa is a must see if you want to experience the "quintessential" Italy.

Voltri Genoa Ferry Port

Voltri Genoa is an important port, and has many ferry services.

Grandi Navi Veloci crosses from Barcelona weekly, and takes about eighteen hours. It also offers a weekly crossing to Tangiers, which takes around forty-six. Other direct ferry routes from Genoa are Barcelona (Spain), Valletta (Malta), Bastia (Corsica), Olbia and Porto Torres (Sardinia), Palermo (Sicily), Tangier (Morocco) and Tunis (Tunisia).

AMT also operates a public boat service called Navebus (check the timetables here: [4]) connecting the Porto Antico to Pegli. It is a great and cheap way to have a look at the city from the sea; once in Pegli, you can pay a visit to the Villa Pallavicini public park.

Private boat services start from the Porto Antico and travel along the coast to Camogli, San Fruttuoso, Portofino, Chiavari and the Cinqueterre.

Getting Around
Locals will say driving around the city is somewhat faster than public transportation (traffic jams at rush hours notwithstanding), but once you have reached your destination you are faced with the nightmare and frustration of looking for a nonexistent parking spot. It is not just chance that most locals switched from cars to scooters - to the extent that even finding a spot for a scooter has become difficult too. All attractions within the center are in walking distance or well served by public transportation, therefore a car is of no use at all. If you still decide to drive into the city, don't bet on available street parking (there are street parking fees anyway) go directly to a parking garage and hope not all of them are full. If you think of driving to the beach on a sunny weekend day within Genoa or in another town along the coast, forget it. Finding a parking spot in walking distance to your beach is an once-in-a-lifetime event. Use public transit instead.

There are also a number of public elevators and cable railways connecting the center with the neighborhoods on the surrounding hills. The upper stations of the Ascensore di Castelletto elevator and of the Funicolare del righi railway offer an astonishing view of the city.

Trenitalia suburban and regional trains travel in east-west direction along the coast connecting all the coastal neighborhoods/suburbs with the city center. This is the most convenient means of transportation if you plan to see some peripheral districts or towns along the coastline. AMT tickets and passes are valid on Trenitalia trains within the city limits (Voltri and Nervi); single tickets only allow one train ride, and you will need to validate them again at the yellow punching machines at the stations - check for the correct validating space with the name "Trenitalia" on the back side of the ticket. If you are travelling outside the city limits to visit some outer towns, you will have to buy a ticket at a Trenitalia counter or machine. It is advisable to buy return tickets right away because there are usually no ticket counters at minor stations and chances are good that the ticket machines there won't work, turning buying a ticket (or discussing with the conductor on the return train) into a hassle.

The historic center of Genoa is serviced by bus only around some important squares and streets (Piazza Acquaverde for Stazione di Piazza Principe, Piazza della Nunziata, Largo Zecca, Piazza Corvetto, Piazza Caricamento). Its caruggi alleys are so narrow that no vehicular traffic is physically possible, and they have to be visited on foot - distances are definitely not huge anyway.

Genoa Voltri Ferry Port Services

Genoa Voltri ferry port is part of the Port of Genoa which and is one of the most modern ferry ports in the world offering a full range of services.

Getting to Genoa Voltri Ferry Terminal

  • By car
    You can reach Genoa Port from the North using the A26 and A7 motorways, from the West with the A10 and from the East by using the A12. Take the exit 'Genoa Ovest', and then follow the signs to 'porto'.

  • By rail
    Whilst the two main railway stations, Genova Brignole and Genova Principe, are within Genoa city itself, the Voltri ferry terminal is served by the smaller Voltri railway station, with regualr services from city centre.

  • Genoa Voltri Ferry Port Address
    Voltri Terminal Europa, 16123 Genova, Italy

 


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