Sights & landmarks in Livorno

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  • Alex B
    Newhaven, UK25 contributions
    One of the Finest Promenade in Europe , panoramic view, great location to watch sunset . Not very crowded which makes the experience fantastic
    Written 17 April 2022
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  • Sherpa778046
    56 contributions
    On the hills of Montenero, overlooking Livorno and the sea is the sacred Sanctuary of the Madona Of Montenero, she has been worshiped since the 14 century, the view is beautiful and the sanctuary is a place of peace and prayer, there are many small paintings describing the miracles people have been blessed with. Worth seeing.Try to avoid Sundays, and religious holidays, too many people.
    Written 21 November 2018
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  • Bettagettalife
    Nyon District, Switzerland107 contributions
    We enjoyed a couple of hours walk around the Nuova Venezia, from the New Fortress to the Old Fortress. Then we walked on through the buzzling main shopping area, and venured into the old covered market.
    Written 2 January 2020
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  • Sgambo1988
    Greater London, UK12 contributions
    If you like beach on the rocks rather than sandy places... you will love this spot... you can enjoy the sun, lay on the Scogli Piatty "flat stones", diviing and relax due the low number of turist, reason why the locals love their sea
    Written 4 April 2018
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  • Sgambo1988
    Greater London, UK12 contributions
    This place is one of the most attraction for people visiting the city, if you are lucky enough to get in you can admire the college and all pavillons. Try to visit this place during the graduation period and maybe you will be lucky to see the Amerigo Vespucci Ship in the city.
    Written 4 April 2018
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  • on_the_go_98765
    Tucson17,288 contributions
    Three towers were added during the Medieval period and it was a strong fortification system up until the WWII bombing. The majority of the walls we saw were located in the marina where our ship was docked.
    Written 17 October 2018
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  • waldorf53
    Lytham St Anne's, UK1,367 contributions
    I love the street art that many cities have and I wish we had more at home. It is a shame little new art is added anymore.
    Written 24 October 2019
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  • sightingsarah
    New York City, NY1,579 contributions
    This is really pretty! The sea is amazing and the hike down is really nice to do, but be careful. There is a lot of glass by the road that looks as if many cars have been broken into.
    Written 11 June 2018
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  • May S
    York, UK61 contributions
    We visited this church while in Lovorno from a cruise. There was a wedding about to take place when we were there. Lovely place to get married! Quite breathtakimg.
    Written 4 December 2019
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  • Eli B
    Sydney, Australia3,697 contributions
    The high coastal road offers 60 km of Etruscan sites,, medieval villages, hills, valleys and wild woods which makes this lesser known part of Tuscany unique. The coast is no architectural desert- you have to sift through Pisan watchtowers and Medicean fortresses which hide the occasional Roman villa or necropolis.the town is a fashionable resort flanked by palms and Art Nouveau villas. This is where Shelley wrote his famous ’Ode to a Lark’. Great place to recover from the rigorous travel schedule
    Written 7 September 2019
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  • TravelEnjoyIt
    Delray Beach, FL96 contributions
    We went into this in the early morning. The doors were open and very welcoming. We stayed with in walking distance at a wonderful airbnb. Loved this...
    Written 21 May 2019
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  • Ron S
    New York City, NY4,967 contributions
    The Modigliani house was closed. From what I gather it's a new museum in the process of just being created so I didn't expect much, but it would be nice to see it anyway.
    Written 24 May 2017
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  • machinmad
    Yaxley, UK1,991 contributions
    Bang in the centre of town, surrounded by a canal way, this fort looks solid and impregnable from the outside. Inside, now it’s just a disused municipal park. Worth a quick wander round but not much to see.
    Written 1 December 2019
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  • travelsafer
    6,856 contributions
    This is a small train station, with a bar and a couple of shops/newsstands. It's a beautiful building that is a hundred years old. The are elevators to get in and out of the underpass to reach train tracks. The lady at the ticket office helped us deciding which ticket was best. We got here to get to the port of Livorno which unfortunately is on the other side of town.
    Written 26 May 2019
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  • jbwhitehouse
    Dallas, TX1,663 contributions
    Cathedral of Livorno (Duomo) has a triple-tiered bell tower and four classical columns as well as a very special clock on the exterior. Inside is a bishops’s throne dating to 1573.
    Written 25 November 2019
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