Station Brignole is the second-largest station in Genoa, northern Italy. It is located on Piazza Verdi in the city center at the foot of Montesano hill (the leading long-distance station is Genova Piazza Principe). Brignole is used by about 60,000 passengers a day and 22,000,000 per year. Although the station was first built in 1868, the current structure was opened in 1905 for the Genoa International Exhibition. The building features Romantic "renaissance" themes of French schools of architecture and extensive decorations.
What to Know About Brignole Station
Is there any parking near the Brignole rail station?
Yes, near the Brignole rail station you can find a parking zone.
What are the facilities at the Brignole Station?
At the station the passengers can find ticket offices, shops, restaurants, waiting room, local FS offices.