Visit the "Museo del Campo 29rosso" - home of Genoa's singer-songwriters - located in the heart of the old city. Discover some Fabrizio De André memorabilia such as his Esteve '97 guitar, newspaper excerpts, photographs, and some original vinyl of the artist. After visiting the museum, a tour guide will take you to the places narrated in De André's songs; walk along Via del Campo, in the Prè district and visit Piazza Banchi, the ancient site of the wheat market.
You will find the Church of the Annunziata and the La Maddalena district where Bocca di Rosa and Marinella lived, the protagonists of two of De André's most beautiful songs. Discover a fascinating Genoa, experienced and muse of other greats of Italian song as Luigi Tenco, Gino Paoli, Paolo Conte, Bruno Lauzi, and Ivano Fossati. Let yourself be surprised by the bright colors of land of sea soul, where the breeze corrodes the wrinkles of shady characters, and where instead cheered up merchants and bankers who looked out from the balconies of elegant and majestic palaces.
At the end of the walk, you will feel Genoa a little bit yours, a city with thousands of stories to unveil, that superb, cheeky but also sweet inside that still reveals itself as a timeless and mysterious melody.