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Stazione di Genova Brignole is the second largest station in Genoa. We were so happy to see this train station within walking distance of our hotel and to realize that we could catch the two trains we were going to be taking right here, instead...More
I went to buy tickets from Brignole station to Santa Margherita and Nervi. I was full of trepidation as my Italian is very basic and i have faced enormous queues at Italian and French stations in the past. I tried the automatic machines but Santa...More
Large City Station also at the end of the City’s Metro line, so very convenient for local transfers. We came back into here after a day trip to the Cinque Terre on a direct train from Riomaggiore. Very busy, with every facility available nearby- taxi...More
Brignole is the second most important station in Genoa. It is located on the Piazza Verdi. The station was built in 1902-1905 years by engineer Giovanni Ottino to the World exhibition in 1905. The station turned out solid. The facade is decorated with moldings, emblems...More
This is a large station which is convenient if you want to visit the pretty towns to the north and south of Genoa. It's easy to use the ticket machines which give you a choice of several languages, including of course English.
This is an average train station, but it was clean and easily accessible. It provides a variety of services, such as food, shopping, and drink. The most attractive feature is its gorgeous architecture.