¤ By Plane
There are direct flights to the airport of Genova
from Roma Fiumicino, Milano Malpensa, Amsterdam, London Stansted (by Ryan Air), Paris CDG, and
The airport is located in Sestri Ponente, one of the boroughs of
Genoa, some 6 km (4 miles) from the center of the town.
The local bus company AMT runs the bus service 100
Volabus to (and from) the centre of town and piazza Verdi, in front of
the train station Genova Brignole.
It runs every half an hour.
Other airports near Genoa are Milano Malpensa, Torino, Nice (France),
Pisa. There are reasonable train connections from each of these
airports to Genoa.
The easiest train connection is from Pisa since
there is a train station at the airport on a main line (requires one
change in Pisa Centrale).
Milano Malpensa, the largest airport in
Italy, has a direct, 40 minute train connection to Milano, but the
final destination of those trains from the airport is the station of
Milano Cadorna, and one must go from that station to Milano Centrale
(by underground, taxi or bus) to catch a train to Genova.
As already mentioned, there are also flight from Milano Malpensa to
¤ By Train
The main train stations in Genova are Genova Piazza Principe and
Genova Brignole. Both are on the costal line
Ventimiglia-Genova-La Spezia which extends with
connections to Costa Azzurra to the West, and to Versilia to the
The lines Torino Porta Nuova-Genova and Milano Centrale-Genova connect
Liguria with Northern Italy.
It is important to keep in mind that
all trains from Torino or Milano stop at
Genova Piazza Principe, many of these (but not all) stop also
at Genova Brignole.
The timetable of the Ferrovie dello Stato - Trenitalia (the Italian
Railways Service) is
¤ By Car
Motorways toward Genoa:
- Genoa - Nice (A10)
- Genoa - Pisa - Rome (A12)
- Genoa - Milan (A7)
- Genoa - Turin (A26)
Take exit Genova Nervi and follow directions to "CENTRO" to get to Corso Europa, and then on to DISI.
Look at the details of the car route on the web site of the