Portofino and Santa Margherita Ligure are two of the most exclusive towns in Italy that can not be missed if you are passing by Genoa. This full day can not be witnessed ... More info ›
Portofino and Santa Margherita Ligure are two of the most exclusive towns in Italy that can not be missed if you are passing by Genoa. This full day can not be witnessed. A private driver will pick you up and take you first to Portofino. Marvel at the tiny square, then spend some time in the "Piazzetta" the main square. Next up the hill to the Church of St. George and Brown's Castle, where you can admire the breathtaking view of the Ligurian coastline. Stop for a delicious typical lunch at Santa Margherita Ligure. You will be able to see the drive! Marvelous! Spend some time in "Santa", like the locals are used to call it, eat a Gelato or sip a glass of wine. At the end of the day.
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Stop At: Marina di Portofino, Portofino, Italian Riviera, Liguria
Portofino is a dazzling little town, a famous retreat location for Italians and celebrities. Many movies were set here, in fact you may recognize the scenery around you, the bright colored houses and the tiny harbor. The main attractions of Portofino are the "Piazzetta", the main square, and Brown's Castle that is up a hill and from where you can marvel at an astonishing view.
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Castello Brown, Portofino, Italian Riviera, Liguria
Castle Brown is a medieval castle built in the 15th century to defend the town of Portofino against attacks from enemies. It is located on a high level of Portofino so from here you can have an exclusive view of the Ligurian coastline.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Santa Margherita Ligure, Santa Margherita Ligure, Italian Riviera, Liguria
Santa Margherita Ligure is another elegant town of the Ligurian coastline. A unique feature of "Santa," is the presence of modern luxurious hotels and buildings with ancient styled houses. In the historical center you can visit the Sanctuary of Lady of the Rose, a work of art of baroque architecture.
Duration: 3 hours