A typical cross street in the Albaro district, stretched across a ridge perpendicular to the sea, demarcated by the high walls which conceal the superb gardens belonging to the seventeenth century noblemens' villas. It was an area favoured by the aristocracy on which to buld their country residences, and Albaro has retained the elite character due to its streets, including the nearby Via S.Nazaro. On foot, having turned into Via Parini, just beside the church of St. Mary in the Fields, founded in 1172 and redecorated in 1730.
- Open Hours: Monday to Sunday from 12:00 AM to 12:00 AM
Attractions & Landmarks
- Nearest Train: Linee autobus 15, 41, fermata via Albaro