BOCCADASSE FISHING VILLAGE

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Τοποθεσία:
  Genoa
Διεύθυνση:
  The end of Corso Italia (a walk from the centre or take bus 31)
Επικοινωνία:
  www.genova-turismo.it
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Boccadasse fishing village

Architect Renzo Piano sees his home town, Boccadasse, as a “secret, inward-looking kasbah city”. But the one-time secluded fishing village is now part of Genoa, and comes alive on summer evenings. For locals, pastel-coloured Boccadasse encapsulates the romance of the city – a ragged charm that’s scuffed round the edges. The nightlife is low-key, with a cluster of popular bars and ice-cream parlours well-positioned along the tiny pebbled beach, and the sea lapping against the rocks. Come for cocktails and street food such as focaccia, and stay for a seafood feast or late-night drinks. But for more privacy, avoid summer weekends.

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