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Cheapest Price
Istanbul-Genoa 6,255.20 TL
Airport
Cristoforo Colombo Airport
Cheapest Month
October
Most Popular Airline

Cheapest Genoa Flights

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Anadolu Jet
2 stop - 8h 15m
06 March 2024, Wednesday 08:20
Lufthansa
1 stop - 24h 30m
01 March 2024, Friday 10:50
Lufthansa
2 stop - 23h 45m
26 April 2024, Friday 14:00
Turkish Airlines
2 stop - 20h 30m
10 April 2024, Wednesday 19:00
KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
1 stop - 15h 30m
30 March 2024, Saturday 20:55
ITA Airways
1 stop - 4h 25m
22 May 2024, Wednesday 06:05

Popular Cheap Flights From Genoa

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ITA Airways
1 stop - 7h 10m
28 March 2024, Thursday 06:20

Information for Genoa Flights

There are 15 flights operating between Istanbul and Genoa. You may find frequent flights from London, Istanbul and Paris to Genoa.

Are you looking for cheap fares for Genoa flights? In the coming 3 months: Ankara Genoa 8,772 TL, Antalya Genoa 7,883 TL and Istanbul Genoa 6,255 TL

Better to book your flight to Genoa 23 days before departure to get the best fares on average.

March and August months are the highest season for Italy, Genoa. The prices are higher compared to the other periods. You will find the cheapest flight prices in the following months: October and June.

Genoa, the center of Italy's Liguria Region and the capital of the region, is known as a commune in terms of city and local administration. The city, which was also the European Capital of Culture in 2004, stands out worldwide with its rich art, music, gastronomy, architecture and historical features. Genoa is a very popular port city with its narrow streets, historical buildings and friendly people, bringing thousands of years of history to the present day.

Date

History BC. Dating back to the 5th and 6th centuries, Genoa has attracted attention in every period by getting richer under the domination of many civilizations such as Greek, Roman, Carthage, and the Roman Empire. The city, which was called Genoa or Genoa as the Venetians had a say in maritime trade, was ruled by a duchy before the establishment of the Genoese Republic in the 10th century. Genoans established many colonies in the Mediterranean and Black Sea ports in the 12th century and obtained important privileges in the Galata Port during the Byzantine period. The Genoese, whom we are familiar with from history books, are also the original inhabitants of the Galata District, which is called Pera. Genoa, a large part of which is on the UNESCO World Heritage list, is one of the important port cities of Italy with a population of 800,000 today. After the Crusades, it remained within the Austrian Empire and became the founding element of independent Italy.

Places to visit

Genoa, which is called the Italian Riviera for its culture and historical value, looks like a medieval city with its narrow streets, 16th century palaces, Baroque buildings, Romanesque churches and squares. The city, the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, is a city that needs to be explored with its Piazza dei Ferrari, San Lorenzo Cathedral, San Matteo Square, the Dukes' Palace, Palazzo Reale, as well as the harbor surrounded by colorful houses and its 3rd century houses and churches.

Genoa Port, the largest port in Italy and the second largest port in the Mediterranean after the Port of Marseille, the city of lovers Portofino, Cinque Terre, the skyscrapers of the 15th and 19th centuries, and the structures that are works of art around the narrow streets, take their visitors to other worlds. . Especially at night, the sounds of cutlery coming from the illuminated windows of the buildings and the pleasant noise of street musicians and restaurants increase the charm of these narrow streets.

The area where Le Strade Nuove, the old historical center of the city, and Palazzi dei Rolli, known as the Palaces of Rollis, are located. Piazza Del Ferrari, the current center of Genova, is the city's busiest square. In the city, where most of the sights are within walking distance, it is possible to reach everywhere from this square. Known as the home of Christopher Columbus, Casa della Famiglia Colombo is home to Europe's largest Aquarium Acquario, the Biosfera Botanical Garden, the Museo Palazzo Rosso and the Museo Palazzo Bianco Museums, the Palazzo Ducale Exhibition Center and the 12th-century Cattedrale di San Lorenzo. Although the construction date of the cathedral is shown as the 12th century, it is known that some parts date back to the fifth to sixth centuries. The city walls, built in the 18th century to protect the city, remained inside the city, but the city can be viewed along the skyline from the Forte Sperone point on the walls.

The elegant meeting of historical and cultural texture makes Genoa a dazzling location. The enormous Carlo Felice Opera House, where seven theaters, sixty movie theaters are located and organizations such as opera, ballet and concerts are held, is the most concrete proof of this. Home to twenty-two museums, Genoa is an old but very valuable city where you can get your fill of the Mediterranean in Porte Antico, the old port area, where you can reach churches and small palaces reflecting the spirit of the Renaissance, sometimes through small streets and sometimes through streets. Although the metro network is not very developed in this friendly port city, buses are common in public transport. Genoans mostly use motorcycles.

Eating and drinking

Eating in Porto Antico, the Old Port district, is one of the must-do things in Genoa. Here, it is perfect for both the peaceful view of the seaside and tasting fresh and various seafood. Secondly, pesto sauce made with basil is known to originate from Genoa, so be sure to try the pesto pasta while you're at it. In the morning, hot focaccia bread and bruschetta are other Genoa delicacies.

Transport

Turkish Airlines has direct flights between Istanbul and Genoa. The journey to Genoa, which is accessible 7 days a week, takes 3 hours from Istanbul. There are train services from many Italian cities to Brignole Train Station, which is also the largest train station in northern Italy.

FAQs about Genoa Flights

  • How much is the cheapest flight to Genoa?
    In the next 3 months, the cheapest one way flight to Genoa is Ankara to Genoa at 6 March 2024 and the price of the flight is 8,772 TL. The cheapest roundtrip flight is from Istanbul to Genoa and it costs 10,531 TL.
  • How close the Genoa airports to the City Center?
    Genoa Cristoforo Colombo Airport is 8 km from the city center.
  • How TURNA finds these low flight prices?
    TURNA has agreements with many airlines and get special fares and discounts. TURNA is the inventor of Smart Flight ® which connects the non-connected airlines. Smart Flight ® has a unique scientific algorithm and can find 70% cheaper routes which you cannot find on any other site.

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Genoa Flight Ticket Prices

Here are Genoa flights price chart for the affordable Genoa flight tickets. You get deals and discounts to get the cheapest Genoa flight prices.
Popular Flights Ticket Price
Ankara - Genoa 8,771.64
Antalya - Genoa 7,882.92
Istanbul - Genoa 6,255.20
Izmir - Genoa 8,682.33
Manchester - Genoa 8,158.61
Paris - Genoa 4,119.83
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