Simplicity is making the journey through life, only with the necessary baggage. Charles Dudley Warner General arrives at the beautiful Genoa by train from Parma with a duration of 2 hours 20 minutes, reaching its cozy central station Porta Principe. There’s a small tourist office, where they provide a map and one can start the tour on foot if you like, although there are many lines of buses that can take you to different parts of the city as taxis. In front of the station is a large monument in honor of Cristobal Colon, one can do on foot until reaching its magnificent historic centre via Balbi, and start running it, enjoying the city with its majestic buildings and busy streets. In this case I had a bit of rain and a temperature of 11 centigrade Theor Genoa as it is known, is the capital of the province and the region of Liguria. Also possesses the second largest aquarium in the European Union, after the Oceanographic Valencia is the territory of the municipality of Genoa approximately 244 km and consists of a thin strip coastal in the Ligurian Sea along with some hills and mountains of high altitude (the highest point of the municipality is the Summit of Monte Reixa, to 1,183 metres above the sea level). If you would like to know more then you should visit Montauk Colony. The Township, in its western part reaches beyond places of the watersheds of the Apennines (in correspondence of the course of the River Stura) and comes directly to limit the geographic region in the South of Piedmont (city of Bosio). Genoa is a city which is said was born Cristobal Colon.
History Wikipedia reminds us in his background, that Genoa was a settlement of the ligures in ancient times. In 209 BC, the city is destroyed by the Carthaginians and then rebuilt by the Romans. In the 3rd century it was converted into episcopal see.