Elegant, stylish apartment on the first floor of a historic building in Piazza Fontane Marose, in a quiet residential area of Genoa.
Walking along a beautiful marble staircase you find yourself in a small hidden garden with a kumquat tree in the center. On the ground floor there is the entrance to this very quiet house, where there is a sofa, the kitchen area with a peninsula and the bathroom. The upper floor, embellished with arches and large windows overlooking the inner garden, is composed of a bedroom with a French size bed and an open space with a very large L-shaped sofa.
The second bedroom is hidden in a niche placed in the same room: the second part of the sleeping area, furnished with a double bed and a comfortable chair, is also part of the open space.
The apartment also comes with a bathroom with shower stall featuring a radio: ready for some singing session under the shower?
The second bedroom does not have a door.
We also offer to our guests truly authentic experiences to live like a local. If interested, visit our website wonderfulitaly.eu or contact us and we will be more than happy to help you out designing an unforgettable holiday to discover Italian beauties.
Genoa, well-known port city and capital of Liguria region, is historically known for its important role in maritime trade over the past centuries.
Known as one of the most extensive medieval historical centers in Europe, the heart of Genoa is a maze of alleys that unexpectedly open up into small squares, often related, like the churches overlooking them, to important noble families.
The spirit of Genoa lies in the alleys, where different smells, tastes, languages and cultures perfectly blend in.
In the historical center is the Cathedral of San Lorenzo, in Romanesque style with a black and white striped façade and frescoed interiors. Narrow streets lead to monumental squares such as the Piazza de Ferrari, with its characteristic bronze fountain, and the Carlo Felice opera house.
The Genoa aquarium, the largest in Europe, is unmissable and iconic. The exhibition itinerary shows more than 70 environments and about 12,000 specimens of 600 species, coming from all the seas of the world. An unforgettable experience for young and old, which will fill your heart with emotions and a deeper respect for the sea and its extraordinary inhabitants.
Not to be missed is Genoa’s culinary tradition, with its iconic basil pesto, famous all over the world, and the “focaccia”, which can be either salted and topped with olives, onion and tomato, or even sweet and stuffed.