The railway network crosses almost all of our region, linking the four provinces of Imperia, Savona, Genoa and La Spezia and a lot of municipalities of the Ligurian coast and the inland. Genova Piazza Principe and Genova Brignole stations, two of the most important Italian stations, are the largest and best served in the city. From these stations a lot of trains arrive and depart from and to the major Italian cities such as Milan, Turin, Rome and Bologna.
The two stations are located on the city subway; once you get into town, you can choose among other types of public transportation: taxis, the coaches which travel to the inland or small towns and buses.

Moreover, at the Genova Piazza Principe station there is the Sala Blu, where people with reduced mobility can receive more information and assistance. You can also send an e-mail to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Ventimiglia-La Spezia line is used by Northern Italy travelers: from Turin tourists travel to Savona and Genoa, from Milan to Genoa and from Parma to La Spezia and to Rome, Naples and the South.
On this website (  you can check some timetables, routes, connections and travel times to travel by train, bus and subway across the region.  
For further information, please see the Trenitalia site.
Moreover, the center of Genoa is connected to the inland by the the Genoa - Casella railway, which offers a lot of ideas for many naturalistic itineraries. For further information, please visit the Ferrovia Genova Casella website