The Genoa Science Festival
The Genoa Science Festival reopens its doors from October 25th to November 4th. A festival that is a reference for the popularization of science at an international level, but also a meeting point for researchers, schools and families.
More than 250 meetings, workshops, performances celebrating the encounter between art and science and conferences to talk about science in an innovative and engaging way, with interactive events and subject crossing sections.
The sixteenth edition of the Festival renews, once again, the tradition of the host country. This year Israel accepted the invitation, also to honor our countries long-lasting and fruitful collaboration in the field of scientific research and technological development.
Useful info on the Genoa Science Festival
Events are spread all around the town, in 40 different amazing locations: from the Genoa Aquarium to the house of Paganini, the History Museum, the beautiful Commenda di Prà, the Galata Sea Museum, the lovely cloister of Santa Maria delle Vigne and the many palaces of Genoa. A great opportunity to discover the town’s beauties and monuments.
The Info Point will be at the Palazzo Ducale ticket office on square De Ferraris. Opening times:
- from Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
- Saturday, Sunday and on November 1st from 9:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Tickets to the Festival costs 12 € for adults and 8 € for kids up to 18 years old and open the door to any event during a whole day! But actually you don’t have to worry about it… we’re offering tickets to our guests staying a minimum of four nights during the festival 🙂
Getting there and around
Genoa is at only 70 km from Levanto and you can easily reach it in both one our drive or train ride. We recommend the train to avoid parking problems once there and to enjoy the sea view from its windows… Direct trains run more or less every hour, but you can check the official Trenitalia schedule and of course we’ll be here to help you arranging your day trips!
To move from one location to another you can get a local city bus or even a taxi, but most locations are at a walking distance from each other and the stroll through Genoa medieval alleys is really worth it!