La Lanterna

One of the iconic symbols of the city of Genoa is its old lighthouse, commonly called La Lanterna, which still serves as the city's primary lighthouse today.

La Lanterna stands on a hill not far from the city center of Genoa near the Sampierdarena neighborhood. The first lighthouse tower built on this site was erected in roughly 1128, far from what was then the city of Genoa and lit by burning dried wood. The tower was damaged over the years by warring families and by bombs during war, and the lighthouse we see today dates from a major reconstruction in 1543.

The light inside La Lanterna required some form of human involvement until 1913, when the first electric light was installed. The light was fully automated in 1936. The lighthouse tower is nearly 250 feet tall, making it the second tallest masonry lighthouse in the world. It's also one of the world's oldest standing structures.

It's one thing to admire La Lanterna from afar, or include it in your Genoa photographs – but you can also climb to the first terrace on the tower (it's more than 170 steps) to take in the great views over the harbor and the historic seafront. There's also the La Lanterna Museum adjacent to the lighthouse itself. The lighthouse and museum are open on weekends from 2:30pm-6:30pm, and a combination ticket costs €6.
Dirección: Rampa della Lanterna, Genoa, Italy 16126, Italia
Entradas: €6
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