What To Expect
Livorno, the Tuscan gateway to the Mediterranean Sea, is situated on the coast and crossed by canals. Planned as an idyllic town in the 16th century, Livorno reveals its history through its districts characterized by the Medicean canals, which are still navigable, and through its port, overlooked by towers and fortresses, leading to the town centre.
Today the port is still very active and features a large fishing fleet plus an abundance of commercial activity. Thanks to the 16th century Livornine laws that helped the trading activities of merchants and also gave freedom of religion, Livorno became a cosmopolitan city and one of the most important ports of the entire Mediterranean area.
You can hop off at the Piazza Cavour where the statue of Camillo Benso, Count of Cavour proudly stands and The Fosso Reale (royal canal) passes under the square. You can take in sweeping views along the canal and the Scali D'Azeglio whose magnificent palazzi are especially striking in the afternoon sun.
Loop Duration: 60 minutes
Frequency: 60 minutes
Stop 1 - Capolinea Tour dei Canali in Battello
Stop 2 - Quartiere Venezia
Stop 3 - Acquario di Livorno
Stop 4 - Baracchina Rossa
Stop 5 - Santuario di Montenero
Stop 6 - Museo Fattori
Stop 7 - Piazza Roma - Museo di Storia Naturale del Mediterraneo
Stop 8 - Casa Natale di Amedeo Modigliani
Stop 9 - Il Mercato Centrale Coperto
Stop 10 - Fortezza Nuova
24-hour hop on hop off ticket
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
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Children below 5 years old are free of charge.
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