Hotel Ariston

Piazza della Repubblica, 13, Livorno, Tuscany, 57100, Italy
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  • Business28

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Taxi Livorno to Lucca

by Drwho32

Can anyone provide an estimate of the taxi fare from Livorno cruise port to Lucca? Thanks

Re: Taxi Livorno to Lucca

by mccalpin

Sure, I can give you an estimate...but no promises ;-)

The website
http://www.tuscanybytaxi.it/index_ita.htm
would price it this way:
3.00 euro - initial charge
1.50 euro - leaving the port
79.50 euro - driving to Lucca (1.50 euro per km. 53 kms total. note that inside of Livorno, the rate is 1 euro per km., so the total might be slightly less)
3.00 euro - tolls
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87 euro one way

Note that this is from the terms of their website and may not be the quote they would actually make, but given that Lucca is a long way from Livorno (53 kms or about 32 miles), the taxi ride won't be cheap...

Bill

Re: Taxi Livorno to Lucca

by leics

I think you will find it easy and much, much cheaper to go by train. You can get taxi or bus from your cruise dock to Livorno Centrale station, and Lucca station is only 5 minutes walk from the historical centre.

You can find train times, details and fares in English here:

http://trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html

Trains are frequent, journey time is just over an hour with one change at Pisa Centrale, fare is 3.70 euro one way. Italian trains are safe and comfortable. Ticket machines are easy to use with English language options and finding your way around the stations is equally easy (all 3 places are well-used to non-Italian-speaking visitors). Just remember to validate (date-stamp) your ticket before boarding the train, using the yellow machines on the platforms.

So instead of paying 90+ euro x 2, you can pay vastly less and still have plenty of time to explore Lucca.

Re: Taxi Livorno to Lucca

by cmcard2

i know when i was in verona you could rent a car for a very reasonable price for a day - much more doable than the taxi

Re: Taxi Livorno to Lucca

by leics

I suspect car hire may be more expensive at a major cruise port. But it is a possibility, if the poster is happy to drive.

Train would be much more relaxing though, and much cheaper than hire + petrol + parking costs. You don't need a car in Lucca itself, of course; I think may have a ZTL (?), and certainly has traffic restrictions. Parking areas are outside the town walls.

Travel Tips for Livorno

Fortezza vecchia

by Azhut


Ordered by the duke Alessandro dè Medici the old fortress was designed by Antonio da sangallo. The works for the construction of the fortress began in 1531 and continued until 1537.The walls of the fortress have a circumference of 500 metres;there are three raparts.On one of the two entrance doors is the coat of arms of Duke Alessandro.
 

Fondazione Don Nesi

by randychiara

this is a beautiful place in the "ghetto of Livorno"
it's like a small community where people do a lot of volunteering work and creative works like exhibits and so on.
This place was created more thasn 20 years ago by a very smart priest, who then moved to Brasil to help poor people in Fortaleza.

Nowadays, u can come here even to watch indipendent movies
Usually people gather here once a week for happenings

This association doesn't aim at spreading the religion, but aims at making people know each other, feel like they are individual and to develope their skills in a better way, even if they don't have money to improve their hobbies, passions and thoughts

FROM MY FRIEND'S APARTMENT

by randychiara

on the top of this attic we can have a look on the harbour

we have 2 harbours in Livorno, it's the 2nd most important in Italy after Genoa
1 harbour, the biggest one, is an industrial one
and the other is a touristic harbour

Terrazza Mascagni

by maykal

Further along the coast from the Scoglio della Regina and a modern day "beach" complex, the Terrazza Mascagni sprouts out from a patch of wasteground, and at first seems underwhelming. But, as it turns the corner, the checkboard terrace suddenly becomes impressive. Behind it, there is a park with various monuments like a bandstand, and the Grand Hotel Palazzo. The terrazza was very popular among fishermen and wedding photographers on my visit.

stroll around the promenade by the beachbe

by hivaoa1

i love strolling around with my friends' crazyass dog, the so called Dogatee or Manadog (in between a dog and a manatee),
i come here on foot or by bike almost everyday
i need to see the sea so bad everyday

this is me and my friend Nathalie holding the crazydog's leash

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 Hotel Ariston

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Address: Piazza della Repubblica, 13, Livorno, Tuscany, 57100, Italy