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意大利里维埃拉或利古里亚,拥有风景壮丽的地中海海岸线,从法国一直延伸到托斯卡纳的意属里维耶拉的一部分。热门的目的地包括圣雷莫,热那亚,波托菲诺,圣玛格丽塔利古雷,当然还有非常受欢迎的五渔村。这里的每个城市或小镇, 都具有独特的历史,自然风光,色彩缤纷的房屋,迷人的海滨村庄和度假小镇, 仿佛进入童话般的世界。



在五渔村是意大利面积最小的国家公园, 由五个小村庄组成的。用“Riviera”的原意来解释五渔村的风景最恰当不过,那就是高山、陆地和大海的交汇之处。一千多年前,人类将陡峭的山坡改造成适合耕种的田地,并为此垒起总长达7000米的石墙。如今,五渔村“面向大海,春暖花开”的美丽景色,使它受到旅游者,尤其是海滩爱好者和徒步旅行者的青睐;而它那人类和自然共同创造的独特风景,也深深地震撼着世界各地的来访者。1997年被联合国教科文组织列入世界文化遗产名录


利古里亚海湾的优美港口之一; 也是著名航海家哥伦布(Christopher Columbus)的故乡。

Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli UNESCO World Heritage Site

Le Strade Nuove and the system of the Palazzi dei Rolli is a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2006, which includes a number of streets and 42 palaces in the center of Genoa. Le Strade Nuove, also known as Via Garibaldi, is lined with splendour palaces from the sixteenth to the eighteenth century, built for most powerful and rich Genoese families during the Golden Age. “Rolli” contained a list of private palaces that the noble Genoese families used to received many important international guests.

Not all palaces are open for visit, but is still worth walking down the luxurious street. Admire sumptuous palaces with lovely courtyards, loggias, painted embellishments, decorated frescos and ornate plaster work. Every entrances are crowned by crests of noble families, recall a past golden age. You'll see something worth remembering with a photo at every turn.

Genoa old town

The old town has all the charm of a typical of Italian medieval towns, with medieval buildings, narrow cobber streets, and piazzas lined with shops, bars and restaurants. Walk through the historic center's ancient streets, known as 'carruggi',  

undoubtedly you will get lost for a while but don't worry, no matter where this exploration takes you, you will find your way back to the cathedral and the port.

The Aquarium

The Aquarium is the main tourist attraction of Genoa. It opened in 1992 in the ancient port, and it is the largest Italian aquarium and the second in Europe, after the one of Valencia.

Piazza de Ferrari

The hub of Genoa, flanked by numerous stylish restaurants and inviting shops, where locals and tourists mingle. In the middle is the splashing circular fountain surrounded by grand buildings for you to gaze upon , and busy streets radiating from it in all directions. A perfect spot for a touristic photo session!

San Lorenzo Cathedral

Walk into the dramatic Cathedral of San Lorenzo, built originally as a Romanesque basilica in the 1100s, remodeled in Gothic style in 1307, and finished off with a Renaissance dome in 1557. Inside the Cathedral, the large 15th-century Cappella San Giovanni Battista is the earliest example of Renaissance architecture in Genoa, built to hold the remains of St. John the Baptist. Under the cathedral you can visit the Museum of the Treasury, which displays a valuable collection of historical silverware and jewelry

La Spezia

La Spezia is a port city, not only serve as "gateway to the Cinque Terre" but it is also a  hub for travel to so many of today's top attractions in Liguria and Tuscany. Aside from its commercial port activities, La Spezia is also a major military hub and most of the Italian Navy is based here. As an important port on the west coast of Italy, La Spezia has a beautiful waterfront . A nice stroll along the Passeggiata Costantino Morin , lined with palm trees and offers fantastic scenery of the harbour.  A walk along the elegant Ponte Thaon di Revel bridge, that connects the public gardens to the yatch harbor of Porto Mirabello, offers splendid views along the way. The streets in the historical centre of La Spezia are placed on different altitudes which means lots of stairs and free exercise. Via del Prione the main street of La Spezia, it’s also a great place to hunt for historic traces.