Genoa Transport


The AMT bus network is generally considered the best way to get around in Genoa. There is also a network of trains, although this is not as comprehensive, that connects the Brignole train station to the town centre and the Stazione Principe (main train station). Tickets are available from newspaper kiosks or stations. AMT also operates a public boat service called Navebus, which connects Porto Antico to Pegli, and offers good views of the city. Driving is often said to be the fastest way to get around Genoa, but finding a parking space can be a nightmare. Visitors who opt to hire a car in Genoa will find it easiest to park outside the city centre, as most attractions within are in easy walking distance of one another.

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