Italian Riviera

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Getting to Italian Riviera


Though there are no nonstop flights from the U.S. to the Italian Riviera, there are daily flights to Genoa from Zurich, London, Paris, Munich, Milan and Rome.  Train service from Rome or Milan is a great way to access Genoa and the surrounding area. Major airports in the area include Genoa (GOA), Nice (NCE) (1 hour from the French side) and Florence (FLR) (1 hour from the interior), none of which have direct U.S. flights, but do have budget airlines connecting from major European airports. Genoa is also Italy’s largest port, so arriving by boat is a popular method of arrival.


Genoa is not serviced by U.S. airlines, but code share flights with European connections can be found through Luftansa, Air France, British Airways, Ryanair, Alitalia, and Iberia. A handful of regional Euro carriers also fly into the area.

Flight Times

9 hours from New York to Genoa; 14 hours from Los Angeles to Rome; (Both include stopovers.)

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