how to get to A.E.D. seat in Livorno.
Livorno is in Tuscany, by the sea, not far from Pisa, Firenze, Lucca, Siena, San Gimignano etc.
Livorno tourist information
we are in Livorno Italy Via Glauco Masi 7
we’re nearby the rail station of LIVORNO CENTRALE
HOW TO GET HERE:
five minutes on foot from the platforms, take the underpass for via Masi at the exit go left for 200 meters
(see OUR white sign) we are immediately after the Post Office (see blue signs A.E.D. and Zona Market)
a few hundred meters from the exit of the A12 motorway and the FI-PI-LI expressway exit for “Livorno centro”
before the overpass at the crossroads go first right and then left, to go under the overpass.
Our office is after 100 meters on the left (see blue signs A.E.D. and Zona Market) free parking
just 18 kilometers from Pisa Galilei airport then by train or taxi to Livorno
(the train station is outside the airport)
But there are also many opportunities offered by the city itself to spend a few hours as a tourist
the city of Livorno is an excellent starting point for visiting the main cities of art in Tuscany.
In just 20 minutes / an hour and a half you can reach all the places of greatest interest.
Pisa, Firenze, Lucca, Siena, San Gimignano Volterra, Le cinque terre.
MUST SEE in Livorno:
The Mascagni Terrace is one of the most elegant and evocative places in Livorno and is located on the seafront on the edge of Viale Italia
LA FORTEZZA VECCHIA
The Fortezza Vecchia is a fortification that stands on the edge of the Medici Port of Livorno. It contains within itself the entire history of the city, from its origins to the present day.
IL QUARTIERE VENEZIA
Venice is a district of Livorno, the only one in the city center which, after the devastation of the Second World War, has preserved most of its historical and architectural jewels, such as numerous churches and palaces. It is crossed by suggestive canals and animated in the evening by characteristic bars.
The Provisions Market, also known as the Central or Covered Market, stands on the Aurelio Saffi steps, along the Fosso Reale of Livorno.
It is one of the most interesting buildings in Livorno of the second half of the 19th century, in which the influence of the great 19th century iron and glass architecture is also felt.
The Municipal Aquarium is located on the ungomare, near the Mascagni Terrace. It is the largest aquarium in Tuscany and is the only structure of its kind to have a Greco-Roman archaeological marine area inside with the evocative reproduction of a ship wreck.
The Giovanni Fattori Civic Museum is located in the evocative setting of Villa Mimbelli and was inaugurated in 1994 in the presence of the then President of the Republic Oscar Luigi Scalfaro.
CASA NATALE MODIGLIANI
The birthplace of Amedeo Modigliani is located in Livorno, in via Roma number 38, not far from the central piazza Attias. Here, on 12 July 1884, the famous painter from Livorno was born, the fourth child of a family belonging to the large Jewish community of Livorno. It is a simple nineteenth-century building on three floors above ground.
SANTUARIO DI MONTENERO
The sanctuary of the Madonna delle Grazie, much better known as the sanctuary of Montenero, stands on the hill of Montenero, in Livorno. The complex, raised to the rank of basilica and held by the Vallombrosani monks, is consecrated to the Madonna delle Grazie di Montenero, patroness of Tuscany. The sanctuary also includes a rich gallery of votive offerings and, abroad, it is preceded by the famedio, the burial place reserved for some illustrious Livorno citizens.
The synagogue of Livorno is located behind Piazza Grande, within the pentagonal city of Buontalenti, in the large Piazza Benamozegh. It was built on a project by the architect Angelo Di Castro and completed in 1962 on the site of the ancient synagogue, partially destroyed during the last world conflict. It is, together with Rome, Trieste and Genoa, one of only four great synagogues of the twentieth century in Italy and the only one to be built in the period following the Second World War.