Essential Livorno Information
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Livorno Area A Cosmopolitan City by the Sea The Tuscan city of Livorno sits in the region of Tuscany, on the edge of the captivating Ligurian Sea which borders the wider expanses of the Mediterranean to the west. Established in 1017, the city has a long history, though it was not until Renaissance times that it became a significant port and centre of wealth and culture. Many Greeks settled in Livorno from this time onward, as well as Jews, Armenians and Dutch settlers – they were merchants dealing in grain, textiles and other commodities, and left evidence of their influence in the region’s cuisine, language and religion. Today Livorno retains a traditional charm, attracting travellers from far and wide with its historic buildings and peaceful setting.Read more
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Tuscan Typical Wines Tasting
If you want to learn more about Tuscany's wines, join a 2-hour wine tasting session and taste all the typical wines from the most famous regions around Tuscany.
This class requires no background knowledge of Italian wines, only a bit of thirst!
Private Day Tour: Pisa and Lucca from Florence
Embark on this private day tour of both Pisa and Lucca over a total of 8 hours. Pisa, known for its architectural wonders, is home to some of the oldest yet well-preserved buildings in the region, like its Leaning Tower. Meanwhile in Lucca, Giacomo Puccini’s hometown, you can take a leisurely stroll on the quiet, picturesque streets, as well as indulge in a mouthwatering lunch in its trattorias!from 599,03 US Dollar
Florence with Kids
3-hour private walking tour visiting the city centre of Florence. With a local guide, discover the intriguing Palazzo Davanzati, a paper shop, the highlights of Florence enjoying a tasteful gelato.from 96 US Dollar
San Gimignano Guided Waking Tour