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Livorno is a charming city in Tuscany, Italy, known for its beautiful canals, stunning architecture, and delicious seafood. The city’s central market, the Mercato Centrale, is a must-visit for foodies looking to sample local delicacies. The canals of Livorno are reminiscent of Venice, and visitors can take a scenic boat tour to see the sights. Livorno is also home to several museums, including the Museo Civico Giovanni Fattori, which showcases Italian art from the 19th century. With its unique blend of history, culture, and cuisine, Livorno is a must-see destination for anyone visiting Tuscany.

Things to do in Livorno

Fortezza Vecchia

Fortezza Vecchia

During the Renaissance era, defensive bastions dotted the coastline of the Italian peninsula from Sicily all the way to the border with France. Built to defend the city against invasions by nearby rivals or foreign enemies, the Old Fortress (Fortezza Vecchia) faced out onto the harbor, at the entrance to the Quartiere Venezia.

Quartiere Venezia

Quartiere Venezia

Quartiere Venezia (Venice Quarter) is a unique, 17th-century neighborhood located in the historic center of the city. It's also referred to as Venezia Nuova (New Venice), for obvious reasons. The system of canals, common in Italy during the Middle Ages, ​was used to move products between merchants' homes and warehouses.



Livorno makes a great seaside base to visit one of the most famous UNESCO World Heritage Sites. The Pisa, and its famed tower, is just a 17-minute train ride from Livorno. The Baptistry, Duomo (cathedral), and the Leaning Tower—an iconic symbol of Italy — are located in Pisa's Campo dei Miracoli.

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