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Chiavari appeared to be an absolutely non-touristic town, in my opinion. There is a beach (though, not a very nice one, but the sea is quite clean), but the charm of the town is not in it, but in old streets of the Old Town. It seemed to me the town lived its own life, despite the presence of...
Here's another town - the pearl of the Ligurian coast. In my list of the best places, it is the second one after  Camogli . This is not Cinque Terre - there are no crowds of tourists. Well, maybe there are tourists in Sestri Levante in August, for example, but here the tourists...
The name of the city has two translations - "houses close to each other" and "the house of wives". Both names fit the city perfectly because previously, it was a fishing village and wives waited for their husbands looking from the windows at the sea... There is quite a large parking lot, but...
We continue walking around Genoa . We bought absolutely wonderful prosciutto at one of the squares next to the port! We have never tried anything tastier! We parked in the  port - at one of the huge multi-storey car parks. In this picture, you can see "street traders" selling...
Genoa  is a port city and, by the way, the largest port in Italy.  We came to the city on the day of weddings - they were just around every corner! It was beautiful! I liked observing local traditions in this regard! Everything was so simple, unpretentious, and lively!  In the...
Let's go down the streets of  Portofino : A cortege of cyclists rushed on the road: And on the steps of the old church kids play soccer - the Italians. :) Portofino  is a famous resort town. They say, if you start chatting with the locals, you can get fresh news from the...
Here, on the Ligurian coast, a traveler, tired from the art of Florence and packing his suitcases in Milan, finally is able to just relax: have a good swim in the sea, sail on a boat along the coast, climb the mountains and rocks. It is a very beautiful and environmentally pristine area...