Villa del Principe, il palazzo di Andrea Doria

The halls of this prestigious palace, built by Andrea Doria in the 16th century, feature frescoes, paintings, and sculptures by important Ligurian, Italian and foreign artists, along with a valuable series of tapestries.
The museum boasts works by artists such as Perin del Vaga, Piola, Tavarone, Cambiaso, Titian and Castello, and the villa's Italian Renaissance garden is home to a monumental marble fountain of Neptune by the Carlone brothers.

For information on prices and schedules, please visit the organisation's website.

Useful information

Metro: fermata Principe FS Da Stazione Ferroviaria Piazza Principe: 5 min. a piedi Da Stazione Ferroviaria Piazza Brignole: San Benedetto /Amba Alagi - Marittima / Principe FS

Opening days and hours:
Not accessible to the disabledNo pets allowedDiscounted admission with the City Card MuseiGenoa for kids