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Driving to Genoa

A Motorists guide to Genoa - directions, parking and more



Area Map

Directions

Arriving / Parking

How Far from?
Genoa is not one of Italy’s most visited cities, which is a pity as there is plenty to see in this historic town. The capital of the Province of Genoa, it is also the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, and has had an important role in the history of Italian football.

The old town is rich in history and has many sites and museums, if you’re feeling adventurous you might want to brave the steep climb up from the port. Genoa boasts good transport links and is well connected to the Italian Riviera.

Map of the area



Speed limits around Genoa

Speed Limits

Motorway: 130 km/h
Dual Carriageway: 110 km/h
Rural: 90 km/h
Urban: 50 km/h

Distances from Genoa to...

All of these places are within a few hours drive from Genoa
PlaceDistance km (miles)
(Point to Point)

Town
Nice, France153 km (95 miles)

Town
Florence, Italy200 km (124 miles)

Attraction
The Stelvio Pass, Italy265 km (165 miles)

Town
Venice, Italy293 km (182 miles)

Town
Geneva, Switzerland295 km (183 miles)

Town
Marseille, France310 km (193 miles)

Town
Zurich, Switzerland331 km (206 miles)

Town
Lyon, France354 km (220 miles)

Town
Innsbruck, Austria371 km (230 miles)

Attraction
Schloss Neuschwanstein, Germany378 km (235 miles)

Town
Rome, Italy401 km (249 miles)

Town
Rijeka, Croatia447 km (278 miles)

Town
Munich, Germany463 km (288 miles)

Town
Stuttgart, Germany487 km (302 miles)

Attraction
Centre Parcs Le Lac d'Ailette, France493 km (306 miles)

Town
Salzburg, Austria494 km (307 miles)

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