Genoa, or Genova, is a coastal city in northern Italy, the capital of the Province of Genoa and of the region of Liguria.
As in most of Italy supermarket dumpsters are placed just outside on the street, and you can easily dig in them for food. Garbage trucks start emptying dumpsters between 11pm and 1am, so it´s a good idea to be out before then. Check when stores and bakeries close and go to their dumpsters just after the closing time. Since in 2000 it was made legal to dumspter dive there should be no problems with the law.
You can be certain to find focaccia, pizza, buns and vegetables in Genoa Nervi on Via Guglielmo Oberdan; there is a couple of bakeries and grocery stores on this street. (Last checked: January 2010.)
Map below shows a bakery where you can always find pizzas and buns:
<googlemap version="0.9" lat="44.383897" lon="9.030679" zoom="19"> http:// 44.38363, 9.030907, Genova Bakery where you always finds focaccia and pizzas. </googlemap>
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