Museo d'Arte Orientale
The most elaborate facade belongs to the 1563 Palazzo Lomellino . The grey blue exterior is festooned with stucco adornments, while the...
Musei di Strada Nuova
Skirting the northern edge of what was once the city limits, pedestrianised Via Garibaldi (formerly called the Strada Nuova) was planned...
Tickets must be purchased at the bookshop inside Palazzo Doria-Tursi . The palace’s Sala Paganiniana has a small but absorbing...
Pre-dating cappuccinos and Lavazza coffee, Klainguti presumably found other ways to pull in the clientele when it opened in 1828. These...
Trattoria Da Maria
Pesto is essentially a poor man’s cuisine that employs basic ingredients and you’ll pay poor man’s prices at this no-frills trattoria...
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Museo d'Arte Orientale information
Just east of Via Garibaldi, a path from Piazza Corvetto twists through terraced gardens to one of Europe's largest collections of Japanese art, bringing together some 20,000 items, including porcelain, bronzes, costumes and musical instruments.