Nervi is a characteristically Ligurian quarter with houses facing the sea, carruggi (narrow lanes) and creuze (meandering paved pathways) which the village and climb up to the highlands of Sant’Ilario

A mild climate, extraordinary parks, historical sites, nature’s beauty, art galleries, sea, swimming, shopping. These are some of the reasons to visit Nervi. The Nervi Parks, located just steps away from the train station, are one of the largest green spaces within the city of Genoa. The park vegetation includes over one hundred different botanical species, including some exotic and rare plants. The museum complex in the Nervi parks includes the Genoa Gallery of Modern Art, the Gianettino Luxoro Museum and the Frugone Collection. Another interesting collection is the “Wolfsoniana” including pieces from the major figures in Art Nouveau, industrial Design and Art Déco working between 1880 and 1945.