Genoa has a railway network which runs along the main East - West directions and to those branches connecting the town with the North of Europe.
The two main railway stations are Genova Principe - Piazza Acquaverde, 4 - (to and from the West and the North of the country) and Genova Brignole - Piazza Verdi,1 - (connecting Genoa to the East): the train is one of the most comfortable means of transport to move around the city (from Voltri to Nervi).
Trenitalia - Ferrovie dello Stato
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Stazione Brignole - Piazza Verdi, 1
Stazione Principe - Piazza Acqaverde, 4
The Genoa Underground, even though it is still being expanded and articulated, covers the line Genova Certosa - Stazione Brignole. The small train Genova Casella – is one of the rare examples of Italian narrow-gauge railways, it is 25 km long and is articulated along a route characterised by steep slopes and narrow bends, among Apennine ridges, crags and ditches; a mountain railway even though it is by the sea for the first 6 km.
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