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... more
The most impressive square in Livorno is actually a sort of bridge over the main canal. It seems far too large for a place like Livorno, far too grand...and very empty. Two larger than life statues... more
Livorno's harbourfront is a picturesque place, with all the posh yachts at one end, and the smaller dowdier fishing boats shoved up by the old fort. Along the waterfront is a large monument called the... more
sonnino beach is another place where young people go to relax, party and enjoy life..
i'm sure u know what I mean
it's OVER CROWDED during the summer.. if u wanna do something like locals do, don't... more
Once a grand fort with its impressive red brick walls surrounded by canals, is now little more than an overgrown park. Free to enter, the place is now overrun with cats...and like most cat colonies... more
This is a rocky beach where i sometimes go to eat a sandwich in the evening during the summer or spring
it's pretty relaxing, there are paths all along these little bays where u can walk or run, it's... more
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... more
Piazza Grande. At the heart of the old city, this piazza was entirely rebuilt after the bombardment of 1943. In the piazza stands the Duomo (16th to 18th centuries), which was rebuilt after the Second... more
Finding out what there is to do in Livorno can be a bit tricky. Livorno is a major port in one of Italy's most visited regions, Tuscany, and thousands if not millions of tourists pass through the port...