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Portofino is an Italian fishing village and holiday resort famous for its picturesque harbour and historical association with celebrity and artistic visitors. It is a comune located in the Metropolitan City of Genoa on the Italian Riviera. The town is clustered around its small harbour, and is known for the colourfully painted buildings that line the shore. Wikipedia

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Portofino Boat and Walking Tour with Pesto Cooking & Lunch

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Portofino, Genoa

Breathtaking sights of the Italian Riviera’s coastline from Santa Margherita to Portofino. Appreciate the wonder of this little hidden gem with a certified guide. Learn how to make pesto the traditional way and enjoy a light lunch at a waterfront restaurant.

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Tour of Genoa and Day Trip to Portofino from Genoa

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Portofino, Genoa

Discover Genoa, the birthplace of Christopher Columbus, a city with a glorious past. Spend your morning in is one of the most charming cities in Northern Italy. Also visit Portofino, the pearl of the Ligurian sea, and see its crystalline green waters.

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Genova and Portofino Day Trip from Milan with Hotel Pickup

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Portofino, Genoa

Discover Genoa, a city with a glorious past! Spend your morning in the Birthplace of Christopher Columbus, which today is one of the most charming cities in Northern Italy. Finish your day in Portofino, the pearl of the Ligurian sea with its quintessential feel and crystalline green waters. The biggest medieval town in Europe, Genoa maintains the charm of the ancient maritime republic. The Ancient Harbor renovated in 1992 by the architect Renzo Piano and the labyrinth of narrow alleyways in the old town are just two of the many attractions of this city.

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Tour from Genoa to Portofino,Santa Margherita and Camogli

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Portofino, Genoa

Departure at 9 am from Genoa cruise terminal, arrival at the harbor of Santa Margherita at about 9:45 am, from where, in about 20 minutes, you can reach Portofino by boat, visit of Portofino and return by boat to Santa Margherita at 12:30, tour of the village of Santa Margherita and lunch in a typical trattoria. After lunch, through the pass of La Ruta, overlooking the Mount of Portofino, we reach Camogli by car, visit of the picturesque old town and at around 3:30 pm we return back to Genoa along the coastal road, with a stop to the center before to back on board. Though your English-speaking driver can offer commentary while driving you around, they are not allowed to do so outside of the car. If you would like someone to walk the sites with you or give commentary within major landmarks, private guides are available for hire at an additional cost. The driver will be happy to make suggestions about the best places to eat throughout the day.

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Explore Camogli and Portofino

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Portofino, Genoa

Active tours, guided by geologists, archaeologists and natural Scientists, to discover nature, landscapes, history and traditions of Italy, off the typical tourist routes. We combine active experiences such as Hiking, Mountain Biking, Canoeing and cultural Experiences connected with typical Food, Wine and History. During the tour the Guide offers you a small snack to taste the tyipical local products. We start from the train station of Camogli on the Peninsula of Portofino. This pretty village lies at the base of hills dotted with pine trees and from here we'll start walking towards the hamlet of San Roco. As we walk we'll see bunkers from World War II before we arrive in San Fruttuoso with its beautiful catholic church. Tucked away in a beautiful bay, the hamlet can only be reached by sea or on foot. As we continue to Portofino we pass under pine trees and the native plant of the Mediterranean the "arbutus" tree. The highlight of our walk today is the fishing village of Portofino.

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