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I arrived to Genoa station from milan , at went to the hotel the next day went back to the station to take a train to portofino from S1 section train via sainta Margherite as I got on the train a thief stole my wallet...More
Stazione di Genova Piazza Principe is the central train station in Genoa, which is where we came in when we arrived from Turin. It is used by about 66,000 passengers per day and 24 million per year. It is a modern and bustling station. The...More
One of 2 main Stations serving the City, Principe was near our Hotel and we went from here to Cinque Terre for the day during our stay. It was easy to find your way around and our tickets (€11) guaranteed us a seat on the...More
Genoa Principe station is located on piazza Acquaverde square. The monument to the most famous native of Genoa - Christopher Columbus stands in front of the station. This station is , older than Brignoles. But Brignole is much prettier. Initially Principe and Brignole were not...More
This is a medium size railway station and transportation hub in the old City. Will taken care of with a few fast food restaurant serving dinner food but mainly snacks, drinks and coffee/ tea and pastries. Small enough to find things with but large enough...More
It´s a good station, very beautiful but, not that safe at night. It was like 10 or 11 pm when I went, and saw drunk old men, homeless people just sitting on the floor watching me and my friends, and guys that were outside of...More
The station is open 24 hours a day for trains coming and going.. However, they list their hours of operation from 7:00 to 21:00. So I am not sure what services will be open before 7:00 AM. Hope that helps - safe travels.