Genova Principe station, opened in 1860, gets its name from the adjacent Piazza del Principe (literally "the Prince's Plaza"), located in the city center next to the Palazzo del Principe (literally "palace of the prince"). The Genova Principe Railway Station is a major railway hub with old classic architecture on the outside, and a new and modern interior, used by about 66 thousand passengers per day and 24 million per year. The station impresses with its beauty and the number of attractions around, like the Statue of Christopher Columbus, Villa del Principe, Royal Palace Museum, and Galata - Museo del mare.
What to Know About the Genova Principe Train Station
How can I get to the Genova Principe Station?
The station is located right in the city center, so it is very easy to reach it by public transport. You can find a metro station Piazza Principe few meters away from the Principe Train Station.
Is there parking available at Genova Principe Rail Station?
Yes, there is spacious parking near the station's building.