Secondo la rivista statunitense Forbes, Genova è tra le cinque destinazioni da visitare nel 2018. Lo si legge sul sito del Comune di Genova.
Oltre al capoluogo ligure, la giornalista Joanne Shurvell elenca, nella prestigiosa short list, la città di Ravenna, l’isola di Malta, i villaggi Saint Jean De Luz in Francia e Deià a Maiorca in Spagna.
Ecco l’estratto dell’articolo in cui si parla di Genova:
“The birthplace of Christopher Columbus and pesto sauce is still the largest port in Italy but it’s also the site of 150 palaces, 42 of which are Unesco World Heritage sites. Genoa’s charms may not be immediately apparent but a closer look at some of these hidden palaces in what is the largest medieval city centre in Europe (it has 28 km of medieval streets) is fascinating. Just outside of the historic city In a suburb of Genoa, is Nervi with a beautiful park, villas, museums and a seaside promenade. Within the Nervi park is the Wolfsoniana decorative arts museum, the Italian partner to the Wolfsoniana in the Art Deco District of Miami, founded by collector Mitchell Wolfson Jr. The Wolfsoniana features over 18,000 objects of glassware, ceramics, sculpture, furniture and more, mainly from Italy dating from 1880-1945. It’s also worth spending time at the three other museums in the park, the Gallery of Modern Art, the Frugone Collections and the Museum Luxoro.“