Hotel Citta

Via Di Franco, 32, Livorno, Tuscany, 57123, Italy
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  • Couples44
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  • Business20

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Forum Posts

castiglioncello livorno

by juliebragagnini

I am travelling on the evening of the 25th May to Castiglioncello for an International Dance Competition. I may arrive late in Pisa, I need information of trains from Pisa to Castiglioncello on that evening. Time of journey etc.
The competition starts on the morning of the 26th so I need to be there the night before, but I am in performance in London that Wed 25th so need to take a late plane to Pisa. How late can I get a train?

Re: castiglioncello livorno

by leics

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

http://trenitalia.it/homepage_en.html

They are unlikely to change much, if at all, before you come.

Last train to Castiglioncello from Pisa Centrale is at 2227, arriving 2304. The one before that leaves at 1902 and arrives at 1942.

If you are flying into Pisa Aeroporto then you should allow time to get to Pisa Centrale from there, or search for times from 'pisa aeroporto' (you'll almost certainly have to change at Pisa Centrale anyway).

One-way fare is 3.10 euro. Ticket machines have English language options and are easy to use.

Re: castiglioncello livorno

by cgf

if you get Ryanair 19:00-22:15 STN-PSA I'm afraid you'd better take a taxi to Castiglioncello.
in case you were not alone you could share with other people
http://www.taxi-airport-transfers.com/taxi-pisa/transfer-from-castiglioncello-to-pisa-airport.html

Travel Tips for Livorno

LIVORNO'S DUOMO

by Azhut

Eretto tra il 1594 e il 1606 su progetto di Alessandro Pieroni, fu completato nel '700 con l'aggiunta delle cappelle e devastato nel 1943. La facciata, preceduta da un portico, รจ sormontata da una terrazza. All'interno, nella sola navata centrale le tele sul soffitto sono di Jacopo Ligozzi, dell'Empoli e del Passignano.

The hearth of the ancient town is the Duomo. Bernardo Buontalenti planned it at the centre of the pentagonof walls that surrounded the Leghorn of Renaissance times.

Livorno's sport tips

by boardman

DURIN' SUMMER AND SPRING:
surfin (when there are waves),
beach activities (in Vada 30 km southern than Livorno)
scuba diving
swimming
snorkeling
sailing
skatin' (even if not too much)

DURIN' WINTER:
if you wanna spend a day on the snow you can reach mountain in 2.5 hours (from dec. till to march)

ALL YEAR ACTIVITIES:
indoor soccer
bike riding
fisching (all kind)

Church S. Ferdinand

by queensali

One of the most interesting churches is S. Ferdinand (18th century). The eclectic interior, with a single nave, is richly decorated with stuccos. It also contains beautiful works by G. Baratta. Other churches and places of worship have names that attest to the coexistence of different nationalities and religious traditions: the Armenian Church, the Church of the United Greeks, the Dutch Church, the Synagogue of the Sephardic Jews, etc.

Scoglio della Regina

by maykal

Walking towards the seafront, the first place you come to is the Scoglio della Regina, the Queen's bathhouse, a dilapidated old building hanging over the sea at the end of a pier. I suppose these bathhouses must have been popular at some point, allowing bathers to dip in privacy, but unfortunately things change and Scoglio della Regina looks as if it is about to drift off into the Med. Maybe one day it will be renovated and reopened as something, but for now it is quite a sad sight.

Tirrenia Beach

by randychiara

this is another beach where I usually go with my boyfriend's dog
it's 15 minutes north of Livorno, half beach belongs to Pisa, half to Livorno.
I don't like the sea here, it's not clear cos of the currents and the nearby industrial port, but it's good for strolls

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Address: Via Di Franco, 32, Livorno, Tuscany, 57123, Italy