An old mariner's neighborhood of the Italian city Genoa, enclosed in a narrow bay at the feet of a "creuza" (a typical Lingurian street, very narrow). With its cobbled beaches and colorful buildings, Boccadasse attracts many visitors.
Keeping its old character intact, and with almost no traffic, but with lots of fishing boats and with a boulevard perfect for long strolls, Boccadasse is a great place to visit.
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