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Genoa Tour Ideas

4-Day Tour: Medieval Tuscany from Rome

4-Day Tour: Medieval Tuscany from Rome
4 days
USD 1147.67
This small group tour discovers the medieval villages of Tuscany. On the way to Siena, you'll have the chance to discover Orvieto with its wonderful Cathedral. After visiting Siena, it's time to discover San Gimignano, a place of great wine cellars and old palaces and Volterra, major centre of the Etruscans. Included is an excursion to the Chianti Valley with wine tasting and the walled town of Lucca. On the last day, discover Pienza, the gate of entry to the Val d'Orcia, Montepulciano and Montalcino with its fortress and places to taste Montalcino red wine. The tour ends returning to Rome.

Tour of Genoa and Day Trip to Portofino from Genoa

Tour of Genoa and Day Trip to Portofino from Genoa
7 hours
USD 112.25
<p>Discover Genoa, the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, a city with a glorious past. Spend your morning in is one of the most charming cities in Northern Italy. Also visit Portofino, the pearl of the Ligurian sea, and see its crystalline green waters.</p>

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Genoa Airport (GOA) Information

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 GOA Genoa Airport Info & Guide

Genoa Airport

Where is Genoa Airport?  

Genoa is one of the largest cities in the Mediterranean, is Italy's largest seaport and is one of the country’s major economic centres.

With an old town declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and a rich history, coupled with great art and cuisine, Genoa is often overlooked as one of Italy's top cities.

Genoa Airport (IATA: GOA, ICAO: LIMJ), officially Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport, also referred to as Genoa Colombo Airport, is located 7.4 kilometres (4.6 miles) west of Genoa, Italy. Genoa Airport is built on an artificial peninsula. The airport is named in honour of explorer Christopher Columbus, who was born in Genoa.

In 2012, Genoa Airport served 1,381,693 passengers. 

Note that Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport (GOA) is the only airport serving the city. Don't be fooled by the awkwardly named "Marina Genova Aeroporto", also "Marina Genoa Airport", which is not an airport at all... it's a marina!

Airlines that fly to Genoa Airport include Air France, Alitalia, Belle Air, British Airways, Ryanair, S7 Airlines, Small Planet Airlines, Turkish Airlines, Volotea and Vueling.

Cities with flights to Genoa Airport include Barcelona, Bari, Cagliari, Catania, Ibiza, Istanbul, London, Moscow, Munich, Naples, Olbia, Palermo, Paris, Rome, Tirana and Trapani.

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 Other Items of Interest at Genoa Airport

Genoa Airport services include:

  • Duty Free
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants and bars
  • Chef Express self-serve rooftop dining (11:00-15:00, summer only) - views of runways with an ocean backdrop
  • Safe Bag luggage tracking and protection service
  • Tourist Information (open 7 days a week)

Additional Genoa Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.

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Last Updated: 27 Sep 2017