The Private Accessible 4 hour Genoa Guided Tour takes you through this charming Italian city while learning its significance to the Italian economy and culture. The birthplace of Christopher Columbus will come to life as your friendly tour guide takes you through the old and new areas of Genoa.
Your accessible guided tour of Genoa begins with your guide and driver meeting you at the cruise terminal or accessible hotel in Genoa. You will board your private, wheelchair accessible van with lift and make the short drive into the Historical City Center of Genoa. This city center contains stunning architecture, preserved from medieval times, and is arguably the best in all of Italy. Learn and see important historical structures from the days of the Republic of Genoa. The Palazzi deiRolli,is an important collection of mansions that once housed influential and notable families living in Genoa.
This guided tour of accessible Genoa then takes you down one of the more famous shopping streets in Genoa, the Via XXV Aprile. Get your shopping out of the way as you walk/roll down this famous avenue. Once you reach the end of this street, you will be in the center of modern Genoa, the Piazza de Ferrari. See sights restored to their original glory such as a picturesque fountain as well as the courtyard and façade of the Palazzo Ducale.
The Genoa accessible guided tour then takes you to the Genoa Cathedral, a 17th century cathedral with suspected roots dating back another nine hundred years! Your guide will give you an in-depth look into the history of this spectacular structure and some of the hidden gems contained within the architecture.
Conclude this accessible guided tour of Genoa with lunch in a restaurant recommended by your friendly guide based on accessibility needs (price not included). Once finished, your guide and driver will escort you back to the cruise terminal or hotel in your private, wheelchair accessible van.
- Piazza Banchi
- Palazzo Ducale
- Historical City Center
- The Old Port
- Genoa Cathedral
- Via XXV Aprile (famous shopping street)