Dancing among music waves with the sea in the background in Genoa’s long and glowing nights!
Long established Discos renewing themselves over time… to the beat of all the world’s music. Genoa, an increasingly multiethnic city, is enlivened with salsa, merengue and everything else coming from Latin America, ironically the continent discovered by Genoese explorer Christopher Columbus!
But Genoa also dances to the African beat, following echoes from the Orient, exploring the melting-pot of Mediterranean music, without abandoning the local rhythms of evergreen and revival music. For today’s and yesterday’s young people. For all tastes, For all budgets.
Where do people dance?
In the discos located in various parts of the city; on the rotonde (round terraces) and other terraces overlooking the sea arranged by the managers of the private beaches; people dance in the open-air, during food festivals and other traditional events; people dance in trendy places, perhaps enjoying appetising specialities, between music and “off” theatre; people dance at Palazzo Ducale during the "Notte Rosa" (Pink night) on Women’s Day and in Piazza Matteotti around the Big Bonfire on the Night of Saint John’s Eve.
Well, people dance all night into the morning. A morning filled by the scent of the sea and freshly baked focaccia bread.
Want a tip?
Browse through the local newspapers to find the suggestions for the day (actually, the night): you can find many ideas to spend a night "on the move"!
booking online hotels' list
(thanks to Association of Hoteliers)