You will meet with the guide and spend a day dedicated to the discovery of the historical places of De Andrè, in Genoa.
The itinerary begins with a visit to the Museum of Via del Campo, at number 29, one of the key places in De Andrè's Genoa, which today has been transformed into a museum dedicated to the singer-songwriter, his friends, and his Genoese colleagues, including Luigi Tenco. The tour continues through the characteristic Quartier de la Maddalena, once animated by the port's brothels and prostitutes, which relive in the most emblematic characters of De André's songs. You will then reach Via Roma 51 to taste the authentic delicacies of the ancient Romanengo confectionery, mentioned in the famous song "Naufragio della London Valour".
Faber's story echoes among the arcades of Sottoripa, where in the fifties De André frequented, together with his friend Paolo Villaggio, the local Ragno Verde, mentioned in the novel "Un destino ridicolo".
Finally, a stop on a bench of the celebratory "Via al mare Fabrizio De André", which will allow us to admire the evocative old port of Genoa, and imagine Faber while stretching the recorder to the voice of the fishmongers of the fish market, to include it in the recording of "Creuza de mä". Last stop is the district of Sant'Ilario, which will give you an exceptional panorama of Genoa. Here we can find the old railway station of Bocca di Rosa, and a sculpture in the shape of a book, on which we can read an acrostic dedicated to the protagonist of one of Faber's most beloved songs.
You can have your lunch where you prefer.