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Welcome to Genoa! Halldis hand-picks the best apartments for rent in Genoa, all fully equipped and situated in the prime areas of the city. With over 30 years of experience, we have made our mission to create a better alternative to traditional hotels and ensure that every aspect of your ideal stay is covered:

- Serviced and fully equipped apartments
- Tailor-made offers for both short and extended stays
- Straightforward rental agreements without intermediaries
- Round-the-clock assistance by our team of experts

Book your favorite Genoa apartment online, or call us at +1 917 30.00.299 or +44!
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Allow yourself to be guided by the ‘Lantern’, which has shown the way to navigators since the fourteenth century and begin a journey into the largest port in Italy to follow the footsteps of Christopher Columbus where America can really be just around the corner. We are in Genoa, land of sailors and explorers, art and culture and which houses some of the most beautiful buildings in Italy, many of which are classified as UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the Rolli Palace and the San Giorgio Palace, home to the world’s oldest bank.

By choosing a Genoa comfortable vacation rental you can enjoy greater flexibility and freedom, which are of greater value if you are travelling with children but also essential for those travelling for business affairs.

Lodging in Genoa you can fully appreciate the charm of the famous maritime republic, wedged between the ocean and the mountains, enjoying a plate of trenette with pesto or a freshly baked focaccia whilst dreaming of distant lands.

To fully experience and appreciate the mysterious and intriguing atmosphere, Halldis offers fully furnished apartments, where you are made to feel completely at home.

Genoa provides attractions to suit all tastes, including the modern Sea Museum, the Biosphere and the Bigo by Renzo Piano, the impressive network of narrow streets and alleys of the old town are packed with quaint shops and artisans together with the added attraction of hosting the largest aquarium in Italy (and the second largest in Europe), where your children can witness sharks, turtles, seals and dolphins.