Located in the north of Italy on the Ligurian Coast, Genoa is a picturesque port city that is the birthplace of the famous explorer, Christopher Columbus. Back in the medieval era, Genoa was one of the most affluent trading powers and this legacy of wealth is visible even today in the fine palazzi, magnificent city gates, beautiful churches and plush interiors. With a rich culture, history and heritage, holidays in Genoa promises glorious sights that offers a rich glimpse into the fine life of the days bygone. The seaside resorts of Genoa has always attracted tourists and Cinque Terre tops the list for being one of the most unique places to visit in Genoa. Cinque Terre is a strong of old seaside villages on the Italian Riviera coastline. From cliffside hiking trails to sweeping sea vistas, this destination is a hidden gem that is now famous for being a romantic honeymoon destination, foodie mecca and seaside retreat. Another popular attraction is the historical Via Garibaldi. A World Heritage Site since 2006, Via Garibaldi has been around since the 16th century. Flaunting some stunning palaces, historical buildings, awe-inspiring museums and much more, Via Garibaldi once served as the home to the richest families in Genoa. Today, it encompasses the Palazzo Bianco, Palazzo Doria Tursi and the beautiful Palazzo Rosso. Owing to the fact that a lot of palaces and museums are located here, this street is also dubbed as ?Strada Museo?.