Parking/s in Quarto Train Station - Genoa

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Genoa Quarto Station is one of the train stations on the Genoa – Pisa line.
Inside the station, in the areas which nowadays are used as offices, G. Mazzotta illustrated the story of Garibaldi and his Mille through a fine painting on ceramic which occupies the east side of the former entrance hall. On the outside boardwalk, just in front of the station, on May 5th 1915 Gabriele D'Annunzio inaugurated the famous bronze monument made by Eugenio Baroni portraying Giuseppe Garibaldi. For parking your car there’s a parking lot in front of the station’s entrance, and if that is not what you’re looking for, you can find other spaces in Via 5 Maggio and in Via Gabriele Rossetti.The city of Genoa To find a parking spot in Genoa may be a problem: to not waste time, find it with Saba, and fully enjoy the city.A bit of History According to the legend, the name of Genoa comes from the Roman god Janus the two-faced, as two are Genoa’s sides: one facing the sea, the other facing the mountain.The city’s history is indissolubly bound to its maritime position, very strategic, which has made it since the dawn of times the...

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In the centre of Genoa you will find most of the historical monuments and must-see tourist attractions that will help you learn about the culture of this Italian town. Things you must see during your trip through Genoa include the Rosso Palace, the Villa Durazzo-Pallavicini and the Genoa Cathedral, in addition to the city’s port area. In order to comfortably reach the different attractions in Genoa, we recommend using the Saba public car parks, which are always located close to the city’s most important monuments.