Liguria

  • Slow Fish 2013 is back in Genoa, where will be held in the large and beautiful open space of Porto Antico. This sixth edition, organized by Slow Food and the Liguria Region, in collaboration with the Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry, will focus on the education of children and adults, with many exciting activities.

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    Slow Fish 2013: the good food is back in Genoa
  • The 53rd edition of the Genoa International Boat Show will be innovative. The main reference event for the water compartment at international level with over 50 years of experience will be held this year from 2 to 6 October 2013.

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    Genoa Boat Show 2013: green light to innovation
  • In the year of its tenth anniversary, the Festival of Science in Genoa - now a reference point for science and an opportunity to meet for researchers, enthusiasts , schools and families - decided to start from Beauty. The theme of 2013 will attempt to move the spirit of adventure that could allow us to find new ways to exit the critical period that has engulfed our society in recent years.

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    The Science Festival 2013 brings the Beauty in Genoa
  • Portofino is a small but exclusive resort in the Ligurian Riviera, located in a bay at the foot of the promontory, about 36 km from Genoa. It is widely regarded as one of the most picturesque fishing villages of the world. The town has developed around the harbor and the main square, revealing glimpses of extraordinary beauty and poetry.

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    Things to see and do in Portofino, fishing village in Italy
  • Famous destination for young lovers from around the world, the Way of Love (Via dell’Amore) is a footpath overlooking the sea that connects the villages of Riomaggiore and Manarola in the Cinque Terre. It’s a little more than a kilometer, that can be covered by anyone in just over 20 minutes without the need to use special hiking equipment.

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    Way of Love in the Cinque Terre, the most romantic walk of Italy
  • Porto Venere is a small but picturesque fishing village located at the westernmost area of the Gulf of La Spezia in Liguria. It’s a popular holiday resort since the end of the Nineteenth century, much loved by Lord George Gordon Byron. As of today, it is still a tourist destination of high importance in both Liguria and Italy. It was designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1997, because of its architectural and natural beauty.

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    Porto Venere: beaches and other places of interest in this Ligurian location