How to get there

Marina Fiera Genova is located in the city centre of Genoa and is easily accessible either by car or public transport.
The docks are also directly connected with the city’s cycle path.

By car

For those coming from A12, we recommend the Genova Ovest or Genova Est exits; for those coming out at Genova Est, it is advisable to continue following the road signs for Fiera di Genova.

If you exit at Genova Ovest, take the Aldo Moro elevated [urban] motorway and follow the directions below.

For those arriving in Genoa with the A7 motorway (from Milan), we recommend taking the Genova Ovest exit and the Aldo Moro elevated [urban] motorway. Continue on the elevated [urban] motorway to the end (Foce area); the former exhibition centre is on the right, at the bottom of the exit ramp.

By train and by bus

To reach MFG, we recommend the Genova Brignole railway station. From there, you can reach the former exhibition centre:

  • on foot in about 20 minutes
  • by bus via line 31, whose terminus is right in front of the station and towards Via V Maggio (Gaslini Hospital). Get off at Marconi 1/Fiera stop

The Genoa Piazza Principe Station is 4 km away. From Principe Station, take line 20 (from the stop on Via Adua to the terminus on Via Rimassa).

By bike

MFG docks are directly connected to the cycle path, towards the east and towards the city centre. From Piazzale Kennedy towards the east, the route continues along the Corso Italia promenade, full of bathing establishments, bars, restaurants and ice-cream parlours, to the fishing village of Boccadasse, one of the most evocative places in the city.

Towards the centre, you can walk along Viale Brigate Partigiane to reach Piazza della Vittoria, one of the largest squares in Genoa in the middle of a rationalist architecture district, where the route splits to get to the Genova Brignole station or, following Via Cadorna and Via XX Settembre, to Piazza De Ferrari in the very heart of the city. The square is overlooked by the Palazzo Ducale, the Carlo Felice Theatre, the Ligustica Academy of Fine Arts and the Palazzo della Regione Liguria. From here, typical alleys full of shops and historic eateries wind their way through the old city.

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