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PORTOFINO AND GENOVA PRIVATE TOUR FULL DAY FOR DISABLED

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De Ferrari square in Genova
De Ferrari square in Genova
The Cathedral of San Lorenzo in Genova
The Cathedral of San Lorenzo in Genova
The house of Cristoforo Colombo in Genova
The house of Cristoforo Colombo in Genova
A beautiful view of Portofino
A beautiful view of Portofino
View of Castello Brown in Portofino
View of Castello Brown in Portofino

DURATION:

7/8 hours

PRICE:

According to the number of participants

AVAILABILITY:

All-year-round




INCLUDES:

English-speaking driver & accessible air-conditioned Mercedes (or similar make) at your disposal for 7 hours

The entrance Fees are NOT included



Itinerary Details are listed below:


TOUR SCHEDULE OF GENOVA AND PORTOFINO PRIVATE TOUR
Meet with the English-speaking driver and his accessible Mercedes Car (full optional, with air-conditioning) by Your accommodation in Liguria region
Transfer to Portofino town
1 hour and 30 minutes of free time for lunch not included
Transfer to Genova and 2 hour of free time to visit the town
Back to Your accommodation



You will meet our local English-speaking driver with his accessible Mercedes car at your accommodation to start the Tour:

GENOVA:

Once a mighty maritime republic and the birthplace of Cristoforo Colombo the city has a labyrinth of narrow alleys at the heart of the old city, near the port. Genova was founded in the 4th century BC and possibily derives its name from the Latin ianua (door). A key Roman port, it later became a mercantile power, although often subject to domination by others. Genova has reached its peak in the 16th century and this golden age lasted into the 17th century and produced innumerable magnificent palaces and great works of art. The feverish activity attracted masters of the calibre of Rubens, Caravaggio and Van Dyck. Galeazzo Alessi who designed many of the of the city's splendid buildings is regarded as highly as Andrea Palladio.

PORTOFINO:

Portofino, is known as the resort of the rich and famous, but there is much more to see here than just people. Portofino is a picturesque, seaside village with shops, restaurants, cafes, and luxury hotels. A castle sits atop the hill overlooking the village. To the south, above the harbor, is the church of San Giorgio, from which there is another beautiful view of Portofino. There are also opportunities for hiking, diving, and boating. The town's natural harbour supported a fleet of fishing boats, but was somewhat too cramped to provide more than a temporary safe haven for the growing merchant marine of the Republic of Genoa.

THIS TOUR WILL OPERATE RAIN OR SHINE, SO BE PREPARED FOR ALL WEATHER CONDITIONS.