Essential Livorno Information
Things to do
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.
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Cooking Class in a Tuscan Farmhouse
This Tuscan Cooking class offers an authentic look into the Tuscan way of life, and the Tuscan way of eating. The duration of the class is 4-5 hours. The small group classes take place in the afternoon and conclude with a wonderful dinner with the dishes you have prepared. Come ready to learn, cook, and taste half your day away.from 93,42 US Dollar
Private Tour: Florence Sightseeing Tour
A private tour is ideal for discovering Florence in the comfort of a private vehicle. Choose from a Morning or Afternoon Tour - or combine both as a full-day tour. Accompanied by your own private guide, you'll enjoy personalized attention on your luxury private tour of Florence.from 113,2 US Dollar
Enogastronomic Tour from Siena: Montalcino, Pienza and Montepulciano
Discover the most noble winery valley of Tuscany; explore the zone of Pienza and then enjoy two wine tastings in Montalcino and Montepulciano wineries.from 48,36 US Dollar
Inferno 3-Hour Private Tour
A private tour in Florence to discover the places and the mysteries mentioned in the novel by Dan Brown.
Nine circles, seven sins, a terrifying secret. Revive the book and the movie with our expert guides!