Musei / Centro Storico
The Doge’s Palace (Italian: Palazzo Ducale) is a historical building in Genoa, northern Italy. Once the home of the Doges of Genoa, it is now a museum and a centre for cultural events and arts exhibitions. It is situated in the heart of the city, with two different entrances and façades, the main one on Piazza Matteotti, and the second one on Piazza De Ferrari. (Wikipedia)
- Piazza Giacomo Matteotti, 9, 16123 Genova
- 010 817 1600
Palazzo Doria Tursi
The Palazzo Rodolfo and Francesco Maria Brignole or Palazzo Rosso is a building located on Via Garibaldi at the 18th Street in the historical center of Genoa, inserted on July 13, 2006 on the list of 42 buildings belonging to the Rolli di Genova, recognized on that date. humanity from UNESCO. It houses the first section of the Strada Nuova Museums, including the Bianco palace and the Doria-Tursi palace, mainly dedicated to Brignole-Sale art collections, partly housed in rooms that retain original furnishings and decoration (Wikipedia) .
- Via Garibaldi, 9, 16124 Genova
- 010 557 2193
House of Cristoforo Colombo (Genoa)
The house of Cristoforo Colombo in Genoa is the reconstruction (dating back to the eighteenth century) of the building where Christopher Columbus lived in youth. Today, used as a historical museum center of the municipality, the house is located a short distance from Porta Soprana, just outside the ancient medieval walls. Historical records have made it possible to ascertain that the navigator has lived there within the time range, including – from time to time – between 1455 and 1470.
- Via di Porta Soprana, 16121 Genoa GE
- +39 010 4490128