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Via del Littorale 230, Livorno, 57128, Italy
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Transportation from Livorno to Florence

by cmartin390

We are arriving in Livorno on a Princess Cruise and would like to take local transporation to Florence and back. Any recommendations/suggestions?


Re: Transportation from Livorno to Florence

by leics

You just take the train. Walk, bus or taxi from wherever your chip docks to Livorno Centrale station.

Italian trains are safe, comfortable and very reasonably-priced. Ticket machines are easy to use and have English language options (and there are ticket offices too, of course).

You don't need to buy tickets in advance. Just bu6y the ticket at the station, make sure you validate (date-stamp it) using the yellow machines on the platform before you board the train.

There is no need to buy a 'return' ticket (unless you want to do so). It is no cheaper and you can easily just buy a ticket at the station in Florence

You will find all train times, details and fares listed in English on the Trenitalia site:

Livorno Centrale > Florence Santa Maria Novella station (SMN) takes around 1h 20mins, one-way fare is 6.60 euro, plenty of trains.

SMN is about 10 minutes walk from the Duomo in Florence.

Allow plenty of time for your return journey. Ships don't wait.

Re: Transportation from Livorno to Florence

by jennygreen

I hired a small car at Livorno. I came off a different cruise line but if it is the name place, all the car hire depots are within easy walking distance of the ship. Drive into Florence yourself, it is easy to do, you can sightsee on the way and take the roads through little villages if time permits. We found parking in the street no problem. Get a very small car. I think it was about $70 for the day. If there are 4 of you, it would surely be cheaper than public transport and then you work at your own pace and are not governed by timetables. Have fun - go to a leather shop called Janni Derma - he is so much fun.

Re: Transportation from Livorno to Florence

by leics

I would cery strongly suggest you do not 'drive into Florence'.

Like many other Italian towns and cities, Florence has a 'zona traffico limitata' (ZTL) monitored by CCTV cameras. Entering it will rsult in an automatic fine, which will be taken from your credit card sometimes months later.

You can see a map of Florence ZTL here (scroll down):

Travelling to Florence by train is far, far cheaper than hiring a car, plus cost of parking and petrol and eliminates the risk of a substantial ZTL fine.

Travel Tips for Livorno

Moletto di Antignano

by randychiara

this is a cool place where you can go at night after dinner till very late during the summer.
You can go here and talk with the local gioventù (young people), sit on the pier, smoke weed if you want (not that it is legal, but kind of), drink and so on.

I used to love the atmosphere here, but now there are some people with attitude and i don't go there so often anymore

Vada beach at winter 24.03.07

by hivaoa1

Vada beach is beautiful also during the winter, my Spanish friend calls it El Caribe Toscano... well, it looks pretty much like that...
you can go surfing, windsurfing, kitesurfing and sailing even during winter

I took a bus

by craic

Bought a ticket at a news stand. In Livorno it is a bit less than 1 euro for 60 minutes. I waited at the bus stop for the first bus that came along.
Realised I was standing on the wrong side of the road.
Crossed the road, yelping with fear at the way the drivers don't slow down, or seem to see you, but just dodge you at the last moment.
The bus to Miramare came along.
I got on the bus and stamped my ticket in the machine.
And this is where I ended up.
There was a little cafe so I went in for a snack.
There was only a case of rather tired looking food. No menu.
The guy looked embarrassed when I didn't like the look of anything. Italians take such pride in their jobs. They are easily shamed.
So I picked the least unsavoury looking thing and asked for it - caldo.
Thinking that might cheer it up a bit.
He got it in his tongs and said - No caldo. Soft. Soft. Look.
It was just edible. The coffee was good though.
And there I was at Miramare.

Calafuria Beach

by randychiara

This is one of my fave beaches to go when i have just a few hours to spend at the beach
this is just 5 minutes drive from where I live
the water is fabulous and clean
during the summer u will find a lot of people overnighting at the beach and partying their ass off the whole night hahaah

weather factor

by hivaoa1

the climate in Livorno is so good that we actually don't have what you call a proper winter, just spring, summer and autumn
we are in January 2007 and it's already spring, flowers and plants blooming

red hot chilly pepper field close to my apartment


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