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The Livorno City Sightseeing® will take you to explore the vibrant pearl of the Tyrrhenian Sea: an incredible journey to discover together the history, the culture, the traditions of this charming city founded by the story o an eclectic mixture of cultures.
The classic formula of the ticket valid for 24 hours with the hop on hop off possibility at will, offers the visitors the freedom to choose the following opportunities:
shopping in the beautiful streets of the center;
stroll on the scenic and elegant liberty waterfront;
discover the old uphill to the historical-religious village Montenero, using the old funicular;
visit the beautiful city museums.
Continue exploring the city on board the typical ‘Boat trip “in the Seventeenth Century District of Venice, observing the unusual perspective of the channels, the Medici City of the Merchants, the old Foreign Community, the Port, the Baroque Churches of the imposing historical palaces.
Our trip will start from the central square where the political and administrative heart of the city beats.
We will pass through the historical and picturesque district of Venice, facing the waterways which once allowed the transport of goods up to the cellars that overlook below the street, we will admire also the two Medici fortresses and the typical small American market.
Coming out from the streets of the city, visitors will be able to admire the beautiful waterfront and the great Terrazza Mascagni (with its distinctive checkerboard flooring extending for more than 8,700 square meters), the Aquarium and the numerous dining places. Finally we will arrive at the foot of the Sanctuary of Montenero, known as the center of pilgrimage and of undeniable charm and mystique thanks to one of the largest and most impressive testimonials of given graces of Italy: the gallery of ex -votos.
The trip aboard the open-top bus continues taking tourists inside the museums, inside the birth house of Amedeo Modigliani, in the historic Central Market Hall, monumental nineteenth-century building considered the largest in Europe, where it is possible to find products typical of the Livorno culinary tradition, and outside, between the stalls of the adjacent small market, much folklore.
BEST SPOTS LIVORNO CITY SIGHTSEEING®
THE SANCTUARY OF MONTENERO: RELIGIOUS AND HISTORIC VILLAGE (1345): on the hill overlooking the sea, with an amazing view, the Sanctuary is a religious and pilgrimage centre, with one of the most important votive offerings gallery in Italy.
Funicular Railway: (1908) was the first electric in Italy and from 2000 the first running on solar panel. It passes a difference in height of more than 111 meters, with maximum slopes of 18% on a track of 656 meters.
Panoramic View: 313 meters over the sea level, it’s the best panoramic sight of the town. A striking panorama over the sea-coast, the islands of the Tuscan Arcipelago, the countryside, the far Apuan alps and the whole City of Livorno. Services: restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, stalls.
CENTRAL INDOOR MARKET – THE LARGEST IN EUROPE (1889)
The Central Market: it‘s the greatest indoor market of Europe, built over the main canal from the late 19th century. Inside, the 230 stalls offer Tuscan fine delicatessen products and the local speciality: fish. Open in the morning.
Outdoor Market: coloured and lively market divided in two areas: one with fruit and vegetables and the other with clothing.
LIVORNO – PISA
Combine a visit to Pisa to Livorno tour. Discover the Square of Miracles and the most famous and amazing Italian monument, the Leaning Tower. For more informations about the service CLICK HERE
BEST SPOTS LIVORNO BOAT TOUR
The boat tour of the Medicean canals takes about 45 minute is an opportunity to discover Livorno from an unusual and suggestive perspective. Passing through the waterways you will discover the original city with its fortresses, palaces, churches, bridges and cellars opening on the water, evidence of an ancient commercial and port tradition.
Republic Square: Fascinating passage under the largest Square-bridge in Europe, because it’s large 242 meters. It was built in 1838 during the Lorena Family in fact it’s known as the Grand Dukes’ Square for the statues of Ferdinand III and his son Leopold II upstairs. It’s also called the Voltone for the big vault that covers the canal and that puts in connection the old part of the town with the modern one.
Venice Quarter: Located in the historical heart of Leghorn, is the most charming quarter in the city. It was conceived at the beginning of the 17th century thanks to the Medici’s Family who called Venetian men to build this quarter through a system of piles. This is the main reason for which we call it the Venice Quarter besides the bridges and the canals putting in connection the different parts of the quarter and that make it similar to the Venetian city. In the 18th century it was the residence of the wealthy foreign merchants. Actually it’s a very lively area for the presence of characteristic locals.