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Porta Livorno is a huge monumental passage built in 1761 to connect the port with Civitavecchia’s north side. A memorial stone over the gate commemorates the request of Pope Clemens XIII. Quite interestingly, the gate owes its name to the fact that it looks towards...More
Not many people seem to know about Livorno, but it is a pretty place and has a nice port. If you have been to Florence, Pisa and surrounds before, you should consider visiting here. After a stroll around the port, grab the Hop On, Hop...More
We did a tour of Porta Livorno and found it to be a busy port and interesting town to walk around before we went on to Lucca. It was a Sunday, so not many shops were open - would like to be there on a...More
On a cruise previously done Rome twice so decided to have a look around the local area, working port so did not expect much
Pleasantly surprised, free shuttle bus to the port entrance then a short walk into town, there are a couple of old...More