Hotel del Sole

Via della Pineta 28, San Vincenzo, Italy
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Need price of taxi from Livorno docks to Pisa return with 30 minutes stop in Pisa

by Anthonylong

I have some clients that wish to go to Pisa from the docks in Livorno. They want enough time to see Pisa, take a couple of photos and then return to the ship. Does anybody know what the approximate cost for this taxi ride would be?

Re: Need price of taxi from Livorno docks to Pisa return with 30 minutes stop in Pisa

by Kathrin_E

30 minutes is not enough to see a town. It is not even enough to see a tower, which is probably all they (and you?) know about Pisa. When they are there they will (hopefully) notice that there is a cathedral, a baptistery, a cemetery etc. next to that tower and they MAY want to see these also...

Re: Need price of taxi from Livorno docks to Pisa return with 30 minutes stop in Pisa

by Anthonylong

I'm sorry that I didn't explain the whole situation. The clients had already seen Pisa on a previous trip but didn't get the photo's that they wanted. Hence they want to go to Pisa - take some photo's - come back to the ship. I was guessing the time for the photo's but I think that it would be enough time.

Travel Tips for Livorno

Local slang

by randychiara

If you hear someone saying " ci si vede" or " ci si" in Livorno, it means " see you soon" and not " we see each other"

or if u meet someone u had met before and he'll tell u " EUUUUUU!" that does not mean european community ahahah but it means " hey what' s up?"

when in Livorno u'll hear people saying " boia, deh" all the time.. these 2 words mean anything and nothing hhaha we just use them at the end of the sentence, like Americans use " , man" something like that

Also, in Livorno "fia" mean "ragazza" and "fio" means ragazzo.

the worst bad word u wanna hear from a Livornese is " IR BUDELLO ROTTO IN CULO DI TUMA' "
well pretty rude ahahah

if you wanna see the real livorno slang you should go to a soccer game at the stadium of Livorno, our team is pretty good, you'll have so much fun hearing our crazy supports sing their songs in Livorno slang hahaahha

Pizza al metro

by randychiara about Luna Rossa

oh these Napolitans make the best pizza i ever tasted in my whole life!!
It is 1 meter long and u can share with your friends and choose 3 different flavours, so that u et 3 pieces each and maybe u can have 3 different flavours
whatever u prefer

so gooddddd

Villa Mimbelli

by queensali

The prestigious Villa Mimbelli, a 19th-century residence that now holds the Fattori Art Museum, is worth a visit. It contains works by the local artist Giovanni Fattori, as well as paintings of the Tuscan Macchiaioli School (Signorini, Lega, Boldini). The museum is also the site of many important temporary exhibits. Closed Mondays.

Scoglio della Regina

by craic

This is all being done up and will be a tourist trap any minute I expect.
I have just gone off and done some googling to find out more about it.
There was an info board on the promenade but it had been translated into English by a machine and almost completely mystified me.
The web sites aren't much better.
But as near as I can figure it out there was an Etruscan Queen who got keen on sea bathing (about the time the English got keen on sea bathing - in the 18th century???) and had a bathing shed built for herself.
Somewhere to change and leave your wallet while you take a dip sort of thing, I expect.
All the locals got keen on it too when she set the lead and the promenade developed from there.

Seaport City

by BruceDunning

"Manuveur Through the Streets"

View of the internal part of the city center. The main avenue is Vialle CArducci that comes off the Autostrada 12. It takes you past the La Gran Cisterna, an arched architectural building just before you enter the old part of the city. The Stazione Centrale is in the main part of old town.

"Close to Other Great Cities"

This city is only 15 miles from Pisa and off Autostrada 12. It is easy to get to. Once you are there, though getting into the main old part of the city is a trip. The main corso takes you down the avenue, but then drops you right into the main square about to enter to the port water area.


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