Special, elegant and original, this is the New Year's Eve at Acquario di Genova!The evening starts at 8.00 pm and includes a free visit of Acquario, welcome cocktail in the Pavilions of Cetacean and Biodiversity, New Year's Eve dinner with midnight toast and dessert buffet.
Enter Genoa Aquarium to discover the best of Europe’s enchanting marine world. Home to countless specimens of sea life, the aquarium is Italy’s largest, and showcases both rare and well-known species alike. Skip past any admission lines when you enter, then spend as long as you like inside the attraction, discovering manatees, seals, penguins, sharks, and more. It's a treat for all the family.
Explore several of Genoa’s famous attractions for one price with this combination ticket. Visit the Genoa Aquarium, Tropical Garden, Panoramic Lift, and the Biosphere at your leisure, as the ticket is valid for one year after first use. Learn about a variety of animals and their ecosystems at these family-friendly attractions.
See three of Genoa’s most popular attractions, and discover at your leisure, when you book tickets to the Genoa Aquarium, the Galata Maritime Museum, and the accompanying S518 Nazario Sauro Submarine. Secure your admission in advance, and then choose when you want to visit: tickets are valid for up to one year, so you have the ultimate flexibility in planning your sightseeing.
Genoa is renowned for its UNESCO-listed historic center, magnificent monuments, and the Aquarium of Genoa, one of the largest and most biodiverse in Europe. On this tour, take in all the highlights including the San Lorenzo Cathedral, the Doge Palace, and the Opera House; explore the atmospheric Old Port; then visit the Aquarium of Genoa with skip-the-line tickets.
Buy your Galata Maritime Museum admission ticket in advance to skip lines and maximize your time in the exhibits, which include Christopher Columbus’s original manuscripts and a 4D shipwreck reproduction. After you learn about the little-known history of Italian seafaring, climb to the top floor for panoramic views of Genoa’s cityscape. Your ticket includes free coat check.
Visit San Fruttuoso Abbey, a former monastery set in a secluded coastal bay only reachable by boat or long walk. A visit to the bay between Camogli and Portofino is worth the effort: The abbey's interior holds a wealth of history with a past that includes stints as a Benedictine monastery and even a pirates' den. With your entrance ticket, you'll explore the coastal abbey complex at your leisure, and check out its tower, tombs, and gardens against the backdrop of the bay.
Combine a visit to the Genoa Aquarium and a stop at the nearby Royal Palace Museum with the benefit of a package of admission tickets to both sites. Take a self-guided tour of the aquarium’s aquatic life, which includes manatees, dolphins, fish, penguins, sharks, and jellyfish. Then tour the opulent rooms of the Royal Palace Museum (Museo di Palazzo Reale), which houses a fine collection of art and antiques.
Discover one of Genoa’s most beautiful and opulent landmarks when you book tickets to the Palazzo Reale. Built in the 17th century, and once host to guests the likes of Napoleon Bonaparte, the elegant palace is renowned for its Hall of Mirrors (which was modeled on Versailles), as well as its vibrant gardens and rooftop terrace. Save yourself any hassle by securing admission in advance; once inside, feel free to explore at your own pace.
The busy port city of Genoa can be an assault on the senses, and Villa Durazzo Pallavicini in the residential suburb of Pegli is a welcome respite. Built at the beginning of the 19th century, the villa’s elegant 20-acre park and botanical garden are considered among the loveliest in Italy. With this admission ticket and audio guide, skip the line and learn about this English-style estate’s history and horticulture.
Enjoy an unforgettable day with your kids. A journey inside a stunning scenic theatrical Park, where in only a couple of hours you'll be able to see fish, chinese bridges, blossomings, turtles and a castle with its secrets right on top of the hill. Discover the magic garden.Feel the green, be inspired. Ticket valid for kids age 7 to 18. Golf car service included. Ticket valid from a minimum of 3 to maximum of 5 people
A guided tour of some of the most sumptuous residences built by the aristocratic Genoese families during the so-called “ Secolo d’Oro“ (“The Golden Century”), between the 16th and 17th century.The System of the “Palazzi dei Rolli” includes splendid palaces with open staircases, courtyards and loggias overlooking gardens. The palaces, positioned at different levels, were part of a network of public hospitality houses for state visits, as decreed by the Senate of the Republic of Genoa in 1576.The Aquarium of Genoa hosts the most extensive range of aquatic biodiversity in Europe. The exhibition gallery consists of over 70 exhibits and about 12,000 specimen of 600 species, from all the seas of the world.
The caves of Borgio Verezzi offer a tourist route, which winds for about 800 meters inside large halls, between huge blocks detached from the vault in remote eras.The concretions of every shape are very rich: from the thin, almost transparent cannulas, to the drapes, thin as sheets, to the large columns that seem to support the vault up to the eccentric stalactites, which defy the force of gravity developing in all directions.And everywhere the colors: white, yellow, red in a thousand different shades. Due to the presence of various minerals, they make the Caves of Borgio Verezzi the most colorful tourist cave in Italy.
The Panoramic Lift to walk 40 meters above the sea.A climb of about 20 minutes to enjoy the panorama of the city of Genoa from above.A unique and unmissable experience just a few steps from the Genoa Aquarium.
A world to be discovered, the place to learn becomes a fun and engaging experience. The OPEN Aquarium Village ticket allows you to visit all of its Costa Edutainment facilities:- Aquarium of Genoa and Tropical Garden: flapping of wings: 12,000 specimens of 600 different species.–Biosphere: An ecosystem of millions of years ago, between extraordinary plant and animal species. *- Bigo: The Panoramic Lift to walk 40 meters above the sea.- Galata Museum of the Sea: The history of the sea between galleys, steamers and 6,000 original objects. The submarine Nazario Sauro, the first museum ship that can be visited by water, is a real highlight for the city of Genoa and for the Costa Edutainment world.Please see the times of the structures as they are variable:https://www.acquariodigenova.it/info/#/orari-apertura-strutture.Warning! On December 31st the Aquarium will close at 4.30 pm with last entry at 2.30 pm
Accompanied by a guide you will discover the different rooms that make up the fantastic underground route of the Toirano Caves.Multi-calcite concretions, alabaster flows, stalactites and stalagmites follow one another, dragging you on a spectacular and rich history tour.
A stroll through the heart of Genoa to discover imposing places, hidden gems, tucked away corners, local eateries and drinking holes, typical trattorias, traditional historic shops.A taste of local Focaccia and pasta with pesto (the only true basil is grown here) are part of a true discovery of this difficult and fascinating city. Get astonished by the beauty and richness of the genoese palaces (many of which are today UNESCO World Heritage), enjoy an elevator ride with the locals and be mesmerized by this unique city.
The biosphere, the structure designed by the famous architect Renzo Piano, houses an ecosystem of millions of years ago, including extraordinary plant and animal species.This "bubble" of glass and steel is found near the Aquarium of Genoa.
Death has always been described as something scary, unknown, dark, miserable; if andwhen we leave this world, a place like this one is waiting, a place full of magic silences, treesgently moving by the breeze, an extreme art beauty, flowers in a no time atmosphere… ThenI will have no fear to pass away.