Livorno is a city in the Italian region of Tuscany and has about 160,000 inhabitants.
From the Livorno Travel Guide
Bad location! The worst hotel in almost my entire life. It' s completely old! Needs to be refurbished. The time for brekfast is too short! Not a good hotel in Livorno. Look for another option! ... more
We booked this hotel on our way to Corsica. The hotel is beautifull situated in a typical italian village. Friendly people. Good dinner for a fair price. Recommended!! ... more
It wasn´t bad, a very simple hotel and not very expensive, as in Livorno you are expected to pay a lot of money. The location is not bad, but it´s about 20 min by bus to the train sation to Firenze. The breakfast was very good. Another thing is that the windows are very good, and when you close them you don´t hear the city noise. ... more
Garfagnana, Livorno and the Etruscan coast, Volterra, Cinque Terre, many spa towns, Massa and Carrara ...
Tuscany: where to stay
://www.pisaturismo.it/defaultx2.asp?s=Left&d=%2faptweb%2fAccoglienza&lng=E (pisa) http://www.costadeglietruschi.it/ (livorno ...
15 days in mostly Italy! whats your opinion on my itinerary?
Pisa I have stayed in twice and would happily visit again, but tamar has said that she doesn't like cities, even small ones, so how can I recommend it? A fairly nice small town in Tuscany I have only briefly visited, but would like to stay in, is Castiglioncello, just down the coast from Livorno ...
Fly into Venice Train to Tuscany (pick up rental car, Florence or Siena) Home base in Tuscany (San Gimignano or Siena) - Pisa - Livorno - Florence - Cinque Terre - Siena - San Gimignano Drop off rental car (back in Florence? Siena? or Rome?) Train to Amalfi Coast (Sorrento ...
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