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Dialogo nel Buio, Genoa

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Dialogo nel Buio is located in Genoa. A visit to Dialogo nel Buio represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Genoa itinerary planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Experience that makes you realize that the dark is not the monster that everyone can imagine. Real life is definitely not like in there, but with a clear vision of how you live, you live normal. Experience that everyone should try at least once, really wonderful and touching.
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  • A short walk from The Galata Museum (museo del mare), lies this small guesthouse, where staff are partially sighted, accompanies you on a sensory experience really nice. About 45 minutes in total darkness where through touch, hearing and smell, in complete safety, led by staff, it is directed to the exit. the total absence of light in the first few minutes could create anxiety and panic so I think suffer from claustrophobia you cannot find right at ease. unique experience not to be missed if you are in the area. Also arranged simpatici aperitifs in the dark during the week we will try in the next few weeks.
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  • A unique experience to do at least once in their life!! As long as you don't try you don't really understand what it means to use only 4 senses.
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