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Experiences

 Livorno, a unique gem in Tuscany still unveiled. A vibrant town to discover day by day, with its multiculturalism that collects different religions (Anglican, Jewish, Orthodox and Catholic); suggestive canals, the Fossi Medicei, surrounding the city center, that you may fully enjoy on a boat trip; the Old Venice historical quarter, rich of pubs and restaurants; a charming promenade on the beautiful Terrazza Mascagni overlooking the seaside. Livorno for Sport: fencing, surf, kitesurf, marathon, soccer, baseball, rugby, tennis and many others that you may learn and play, meet their professionals or enjoy the dedicated events. Perfect also as a base to start visiting small villages and towns in Tuscany like: Quercianella, Castiglioncello, Vada, Pisa, Viareggio, Lucca, Firenze e Bolgheri.

Golf

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Golf

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Livorno Aquarium

2.000 creatures & over 300 different species
To me there is something simply mesmerizing about the colors and forms of that mysterious world underwater. The Livorno Aquarium is a great venue for all ages, with a diverse itinerary of fish, archaeological explorations and now they even have an area dedicated to reptiles and more. Read here for more info, times and where to park.

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Livorno Aquarium

2.000 creatures & over 300 different species
 

Cacciucco, the "C5"

This is not a place but it is still an institution
Yes, Livorno even has some “not to be missed" culinary traditions... I know Italians who will do the long haul out to the coast just to eat a plate of authentic cacciucco (the C5 stands for the 5 letter Cs in the word cacciucco - the only Italian word to have 5 letter c's).

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Cacciucco, the "C5"

This is not a place but it is still an institution
 

La torta di ceci (chickpeases Cake) and the "5&5"

If, while wandering around the streets of Livorno, you come across a shop sign that says "Pizza e Torta", stop and go in, and try Livorno's famous Torta di Ceci (a kind of savoury pancake made from chickpea flour). In tasting this delicious local delicacy you will also be gaining an insight into the essence of Livorno, where simple and genuine things - like Torta di Ceci - are what counts.

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La torta di ceci (chickpeases Cake) and the "5&5"

 

“Il Ponce”

Typically Hot Drink
The port of Livorno had already become the gateway to and an emporium in the Medici's Grand Duchy of Tuscany when, one morning in 1614, a Saracen felucca docked there, laden with coffee and barrels of rum.

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“Il Ponce”

Typically Hot Drink
 

Cook and Eat with Cuchi

Typical Livornese Cooking Lesson

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Cook and Eat with Cuchi

 

Central Market's Tour

One of the main attractions of Livorno is certainly the Central Market.The Suites Marilia offers you a guided tour of one of the most interesting buildings in Livorno from the second half of the 19th century.The main façade, 95 meters wide, is charac ...

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Central Market's Tour

 

City Museum

Inaugurated in 2018, the City Museum relates the evolution of Livorno

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City Museum

 

Livorno by Boat

What better way to visit Livorno than by Boat?

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Livorno by Boat

 

Natural History of the Mediterranean Museum

The Natural History of the Mediterranean Museum offers over 7000 square meters of exhibition space in addition to the educational workshops of the Center for Environmental Education and Research, the collections depots and the spaces of the Congress Center. The Museum is completed by the Scientific Library with reading rooms and a large room for temporary exhibitions.

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Natural History of the Mediterranean Museum

 

Montenero Sanctuary

Montenero is among the most famous places in Tuscany due in particular to the presence of the Sanctuary. Located on a hill 300 meters above sea level, Montenero enjoys a wide marine and terrestrial horizon of particular beauty. Enchanting views open up before the eyes of the observers.

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Montenero Sanctuary

 

Civic Museum Giovanni Fattori

The Giovanni Fattori Civic Museum of Livorno is located in the splendid Villa Mimbeli and houses a rich collection of art from Livorno and Tuscany.

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Civic Museum Giovanni Fattori

 

Amedeo Modigliani's Native Home

Amedeo Clemente Modigliani, also known as Modì and Dedo, was an Italian painter and sculptor, famous for his female portraits characterized by stylized faces and tapered necks. Suffering from tuberculosis, he died at the age of thirty-five. He is buried in the Parisian cemetery of Père Lachaise.

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Amedeo Modigliani's Native Home

 

Livorno's Synagogue

The synagogue of Livorno is located not far from Piazza Grande, in the pentagonal city of Buontalenti, in the large Benamozegh square. It was built following the design of the architect Angelo Di Castro and completed in 1962 on the site of the ancient synagogue, partially destroyed during the last world war. It is with Rome, Trieste and Genoa, one of the only four great synagogues of the twentieth century in Italy and the only one to be built in the period following the Second World War.

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Livorno's Synagogue

 

Montenero's Funicular

To satisfy the demand for transport between the base of the hill and the summit, a funicular was built from the beginning of the century. The presentation of the "funicular tramway" project by the Livornese Society of Electric Traction and the inauguration of the plant, , which was then supplemented by a tram line connecting the funicular to the city center, dates back to June 1907.

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Montenero's Funicular

 

Busti's Diary

With the aim of constantly renewing and developing the Company with full respect for tradition, the Caseificio Busti is looking ahead from its headquarters in the heart of Tuscany, increasing production yet keeping the quality of its products unchanged. This is partly thanks to the precious daily contribution of the 60 employees, who work assiduously to ensure that the company’s image is acknowledged and appreciated.

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Busti's Diary

 
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