Visit the Musei di Strada Nuova, planned in the 16th century by Galeazzo Alessi, the palace contains exhibitions showcasing collections of the famous violinist Niccolò Paganini pieces, collections revolving around ceramics and coins.
Take a trip to the Cattedrale di San Lorenzo, it was built in 1118 however the two bell tower were added later in the 16th century.
Visit the Galata Museo del Mare also referred to as the ‘museum of the sea’ where the exhibits relating to the history of seafaring are as educational as they are interesting.
Walk to the Palazzo Reale, which is a former residence of the Savoy Dynasty and has exquisite gardens and a stunning collection of 17th century art.
This aquarium is the largest in Italy and one of the largest in Europe. It is a member organization of the European Association of Zoos and welcomes 1.2 million visitors each year.
It is a neighbourhood in the west of the city with four public parks and numerous villas. This neighbourhood is also known as a tourist resort with hotels, camping and bathing establishments.
It is the sixth largest city in Italy.
It is one of Europe’s largest cities on the Mediterranean Sea.
It is one of the major economic centres of the country.