Famous tourist location of the West Liguria region with different architectural styles: liberty, baroque, romanesque, neoclassical; renowned for flower-growing, the Italian song Festival and for the Casino. The Milano-Sanremo bike race, car rally races and the European Poker Tour take place here as well.
Capital of the Liguria region, it is a touristic, cultural, scientific and academic centre. It has an important marina and commercial harbour and its symbol is a lighthouse placed near the Ancient Port. Interesting for sightseeing: Cristoforo Colombo’s house, Boccadasse village, the Risorgimento Museum, the Ducale Palace and much more.
Lying on Italy’s border, the small town of Montecarlo is known as the most famous residential district. Its Casino, the beautiful shops, skyscrapers and international jet-set goes are a must to see. The Formula one Grand Prix, the Tennis Rolex Masters, boxing matches, fashion shows and other important events take place in this exciting location.
A small village on the seaside built during the Roman period, Portofino is considered one of the most picturesque villages on the Riviera.
Of Italian dominion until 1860 and after the Treaty of Plombières annexed to France, the town of Nice is the fifth largest city in France and has the most important airport in the country. Popular and fashionable tourist resort, with its mild climate and the different architectural styles: Ligurian bourgeois liberty follow one another in various districts of the city. Interesting to visit the beautiful Promenade des Anglais, the harbor, the Old Town and museums.
Patrimony of Humanity by the Unesco Declaration, includes five small picturesque villages: Riomaggiore, Corniglia, Manarola, Vernazza and Monterosso, lying on the beautiful hills overlooking the clear blue sea. Unique places, rich with history, traditional cousine and suggestive little bays.