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Genoa (in Italian, Genova, pronounced [dʒɛːnova]; Zena in the Genoese dialect of the Ligurian language) is the sixth Italian city and the third in Northern Italy by population, as it has 609,746 inhabitants and the fourth city by economic movement . It is the capital of the homonymous metropolitan city and the Liguria region. The urban area has 850 000 inhabitants and the "Genovese Metropolitan Area" has 1 510 000 inhabitants.
In the last century, Genoa has grown by absorbing 25 municipalities along the coast and valleys; It is currently divided into 25 constituencies and 71 urban units. To the west of Sampierdarena it preserves some villas of the 16th and 17th centuries.
Genoa also has the second largest aquarium in the European Union, after the Oceanographic of Valencia.
The life of the city, from its origins, was linked to its port and the marine activities that were the constant reference point of all its political and cultural history during its famous Republic of Genoa.
Our selection of Apartments in Genoa
San Matteo 23
La Dimora Del Ducale
Aroma di Genova
Our selection of Hotels in Genoa
Hotel Cristoforo Colombo ★★★new
Best Western Plus City Hotel ★★★★
Best Western Hotel Metropoli ★★★
Olympia Hotel ★★
Province of Genoa
The Province of Genoa (Province of Genova in Italian, Provinsa de Zena in Genoese dialect) was a province of Liguria with 868,046 inhabitants, whose capital was Genoa.
Bordering to the west with the Province of Savona, to the north with Piedmont (Province of Alessandria), and with Emilia-Romagna (Province of La Spezia and Province of Parma), to the east with the Province of La Spezia, and to the south with the Ligurian Sea.
On January 1, 2015, it was replaced by the metropolitan city of Genoa.
Our selection of Apartments in Province of Genoa
Comoda Casa Del Duca Zona Acquario
La casa del Duca
Appartamento del Duca
Il Garibaldino nei Rolli by Wonderful Italy
Our selection of Hotels in Province of Genoa
Hotel Cairoli ★★★new
Hotel Veronese ★★★new
Mini Hotel ★★
Best Western Porto Antico ★★★
Rolli of Genoa (in Italian, Rolli di Genova or Rolli degli alloggiamenti pubblici di Genova) is a series of important palaces and buildings from the time of the Republic of Genoa inhabited by the Genoese noble families.
The Renaissance and Baroque palaces were mostly built during the 16th and early 17th centuries
Our selection of Apartments in Genoa Rolli
Garibaldi Apartment 2
Dimora Della Galera Terrazza
Our selection of Hotels in Genoa Rolli
Hotel De Ville ★★★★
Actor Hotel ★★★
Family Hotel Balbi ★★
The Strade Nuove is the historic center of the Italian city of Genoa. The bulk of streets and palaces that make up the Rolli of Genoa was built between the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries coinciding with the splendor of the Republic of Genoa.
The system represents the first European example of urban development designed to organize and create different public centers in private residences. The Strade Nuove (new streets) were filled with palaces created by the noble families of the city that served for state receptions or residences to foreign guests.
Our selection of Apartments in Strade Nuove
bilocale con balcone
Pesto Guest House
Our selection of Hotels in Strade Nuove
Hotel Bernheof ★
Hotel Agnello d'Oro Genova ★★★new
Comfort Hotel Europa Genova City Centre ★★★
The Genoa aquarium (in Italian: Acquario di Genova) is the largest aquarium in Italy and the second in the European Union, after the one in Valencia. It was built for the 1992 Expo.
It is located in Ponte Spinola, in the old port (16th century) of the city.
To get there, it is possible to take the subway at the railway station and get off at the "San Giorgio" station. By car, exit the highway at "Genova Ovest".
To visit the entire museum it takes about two and a half hours.
The Genoa aquarium takes part in the European AquaRing project, an educational project about the aquatic world.
Our selection of Apartments in Genoa Aquarium
44Nord Suite Genova
G.A.P. genova aquarium pentahouse
Sull'Acqua del Porto Antico
Our selection of Hotels in Genoa Aquarium
Hotel Nuovo Nord ★★★
HNN Luxury Suites ★★★
Hotel Chopin ★★
Hotel Galata ★★★new
Banca Carige (acronym for "Cassa di Risparmio di Genova and Imperia"; in Spanish: Savings Bank of Genoa and Imperia) is the most important bank in Liguria and one of the main banking institutions in Italy. It was founded in 1483 in Genoa as a mountain of piety through Brother Angelo da Chivasso.
Banca Carige is the head of the Gruppo Banca Carige, one of the seven Italian banking conglomerates and insurers that can have more than 1000 offices (between bank branches and insurance agencies) spread throughout the Italian territory (it is also present abroad with a representative office in New York and an operational office in Nice, France) and has 2 million clients among families, professionals, companies and institutions.
Apart from Banca Carige, four banks are part of the group (Cassa di Risparmio di Savona, Cassa di Risparmio di Carrara, Banca del Monte di Lucca, Banca Cesare Ponti), the asset management company Carige Asset Management Sgr, the insurance companies Carige Assicurazioni and Carige Vita Nuova. Banca Carige, in addition, is the majority shareholder in the Creditis Servizi Finanziari entity, the company of the consumer credit specialist group.
Banca Carige has a market capitalization of about 3,000 million euros, and is currently the seventh Italian banking entity. It is headquartered in Genoa and a nationwide network of branches, insurance agencies, ATMs, financial promoters and points of sale online, complemented by the points of sale of the other four banks in the group.