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Ryanairoutbound: 14-Dec-2024
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Lufthansareturn: 24-Dec-2024
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Ryanairreturn: 17-Dec-2024
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Genoa: aquariums, old towns and Christopher Columbus

Genoa city centre
Cristoforo Colombo Airport (GOA): 5 mi from city centre

Flights to Genoa: practical information

Cheap airlines to Genoa

If it's a romantic getaway you're after, why not plan your next holiday in Genoa? This gem in northern Italy is waiting! Search for flights to Aeroporto di Genova - Cristoforo Colombo (GOA) from all over Europe including London. The cheapest flights to Genoa are with low cost airlines like Ryanair. Air France and British Airways also fly to Genoa.

When to book flights to Genoa

Genoa is a glorious historic city that should not be missed while visiting Italy. The cheapest flights to Genoa can be found three to five months in advance. Summer is the most popular time to visit, and the most expensive.

  • Peak season: Summer and during Italian holidays and festivals.
  • Low season: Winter.

Flight duration

Direct flights to Genoa take 2 hours from London.

Experience Genoa: what to see, what to do

Genoa is a jewel in the Italian Riviera and is a treat to visit. From the remarkable architecture, historic city centre, old port and great attractions including Europe's second biggest aquarium. You could spend days wandering around, sipping wine amongst the yachts in the harbour and learning the names of the Mediterranean fish!

Essentials in Genoa

Genoa Aquarium: Genoa is most renown for its aquarium, impressive in size at 3,100m squared. It's located in the old harbour and has more than 70 tanks with hundreds of species.

Old Town: Genoa has one of the biggest historic old towns in Europe. The tiny winding streets and alleyways will charm and take you bak in time hundreds of years.

Cristoforo Colombo House: Take a walk to Piazza Dante and you'll come across the birth house of the famous explorer, Christopher Columbus.

Find more information on Genoa Tourism.

Accommodations in Genoa

There are plenty of hotels in Genoa for visitors, mostly located in the city centre and especially around the old town. Budget apartments are becoming increasingly popular as accommodation choices for visitors staying one week or longer. During festivals it's essential to book your hotels in advance.

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