Apartment Ninni description
a 40 square meter apartment if fully equipped and neatly decorated, Located in the heart of the historical center. Offers sufficient sleeping space for upto 4 people.
- Free unlimited Fast-Wifi upto 200 Mbps in download – 20 Mbps in upload
- Living room with double bed sofa
- Bedroom with double bed
- Aquos Smart TV Internet Wifi Netflix, Youtube, Prime Video, Web
- Airconditioner in bedroom and living room
- Linens and Towels
- Fully equipped modern kitchen, refrigerator with freezer, microwave-oven
- central heating
- unlimited drink water supply
- Bathroom with shower, hairdryer
The apartment is officially approved by Region of Liguria as per law N° 2/08. – CITRA:010025-LT-1211
Apartment Ninni surroundings to explore
Within just a few steps, you’ll find an abundance of high-quality grocery stores offering:
- Fresh vegetables & fruits
- A variety of cheeses
- Traditional pasta
- Fresh fish and seafood
- Meat and poultry
- A selection of wines
- Artisanal bread
- Delectable pastries
- Flavorful gelati (ice cream)
For a taste of delicious local cuisine, dine at the nearby restaurants and follow our blog for recommendations.
Located within a short 2-4 minute walk, you can easily access these main attractions, among others:
- Via Garibaldi: A UNESCO World Heritage street celebrated for its magnificent palaces and stunning architecture.
- The Opera House Carlo Felice and Piazzo de Ferrari: Discover the world of music and opera in these iconic cultural venues.
- The House of Christopher Columbus: Explore the birthplace of the famous explorer and navigator.
- Europe’s largest Aquarium and the Old Port Area: Enjoy numerous attractions such as:
- Swimming Pool
- Ice-skating at sea level (during winter)
- Boat excursions to the Port, Pegli, Camogli, and Whale-watching tours
- Palazzo San Giorgio, Marco Polo’s prison and the site of the first modern bank
- Marvel at Genoa’s splendid churches as you wander through the city:
- Chiesa della Maddalena: This Baroque and Rococo-style church is known for its intricate stuccowork, frescoes, and marble altars.
- Basilica delle Vigne: A Baroque-style basilica with a striking facade, ornate interiors, and captivating artwork.
- Cathedral of San Lorenzo: A stunning example of Romanesque and Gothic architecture, the cathedral houses the Museo del Tesoro, which displays sacred relics and artifacts.
- Chiesa di San Pietro in Banchi: A unique Mannerist-style church with shops on the ground level.
- Chiesa di Santa Maria di Castello: One of the oldest churches in Genoa, it combines Romanesque, Gothic, and Baroque elements and houses a small museum of sacred art.
- Chiesa del Gesù: This imposing Baroque church boasts a magnificent facade, richly decorated interiors, and notable artworks, including two paintings by Peter Paul Rubens.
- Piazza San Matteo is a charming square situated in the heart of Genoa’s historic center. Surrounded by medieval buildings, this picturesque piazza was once the center of the powerful Doria family’s neighborhood. The square is characterized by its distinct black and white striped buildings, a signature feature of Genoese architecture, which adds a unique and striking visual appeal to the area.At the center of Piazza San Matteo stands the Church of San Matteo, a small yet beautiful church originally built in 1125 and later rebuilt in the 16th century. The church features a Romanesque-Gothic facade with the characteristic black and white stripes, a beautiful rose window, and a series of arches. Inside, visitors can admire the ornate decorations, frescoes, and the tombs of several members of the Doria family.
- Immerse yourself in history and culture by visiting these must-see museums:
- Palazzo Rosso: Housed in a 17th-century palace, this elegant art museum features an impressive collection of paintings and sculptures by renowned artists such as Van Dyck, Dürer, and Veronese. Enjoy a breathtaking panoramic view of the city from the rooftop terrace.
- Palazzo Bianco: Situated in a beautiful 16th-century palace, Palazzo Bianco showcases an extensive collection of European art from the 16th to 18th centuries, including masterpieces by Rubens, Caravaggio, and Murillo, among others. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions and cultural events.
- Palazzo Spinola: This historic palace-turned-museum highlights the opulence of the Genoese aristocracy, with its stunning frescoes, grand staircases, and lavish interiors. The art collection includes works by artists such as Van Dyck, Strozzi, and Grechetto.
- Galata Museo del Mare: Located near the Old Port, this maritime museum is one of the largest in the Mediterranean. It covers the seafaring history of Genoa and the Ligurian region through interactive exhibits, historical ships, and artifacts. Visitors can also explore a life-size replica of a 17th-century Genoese galley.
- The Villa Doria Principe, also known as Villa del Principe, is a majestic 16th-century residence located in Genoa, Italy. Built in 1529 by the prominent Genoese nobleman Andrea Doria, the villa showcases stunning Renaissance architecture and lavish gardens. Renowned for its frescoes, tapestries, and sculptures, the Villa Doria Principe remains an important symbol of the Genoese aristocracy and a must-see historical attraction.
- Oriental Museum (featuring Davide Chiossone’s art collection): This museum displays a fascinating collection of Asian art, primarily from Japan and China, collected by Italian engraver Davide Chiossone during his time in Japan. The collection includes ceramics, paintings, textiles, and armor, offering a glimpse into the art and culture of the East.
Experience the best of Genoa’s heritage, art, and cuisine, all within a short walking distance from your location.