Things to see and do - Leghorn
Leghorn Travel guide
Leghorn : Michelin's recommendations
This important commercial port specialises in the shipping of timber, marble, alabaster, cars and craftwork from Florence. Construction of the port was begun by Cosimo I of Medici in order to replace the port at Pisa, Porto Pisano, which had silted up, and work was finished under Cosimo II in 1620. The hub of city life centres on Via Grande, lined with arcaded buildings, and Piazza Micheli, which is adorned with a monument to Ferdinand I de Medici.
Via Adua 10 I - 57126 Livorno
Boasting free Wi-Fi and a central location in Livorno, Albergo Cavour is set on the 1st floor of a building only a 10-minute walk from the ferry port. The rooms feature a TV, a ceiling fan, and a bathroom with free toiletries. They have simple furni..
Di Franco, 32 I - 57123 Livorno
Hotel Citta provides comfortable, affordable rooms in the heart of Livorno town centre. The harbour is just 5 minutes' walk away, as are typical restaurants and bars. Rooms at Hotel Citta come with satellite television, air conditioning and minibars..
Piazza Della Repubblica 13 I - 57123 Livorno
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via Giotto Ciardi 28 I - 57123 Livorno
borgo dei Cappuccini 5 I - 57126 Livorno
Simple atmosphere and linear style furnishings in two small, but welcoming dining rooms, in a hostelry in the port area; a good choice of seafood cuisine, where you don't have to spend too much.
viale Italia 195 I - 57127 Livorno
via Franchini 78 I - 57128 Ardenza
Simple restaurant run by three brothers, where seafood is the undisputed champion: extremely fresh and of the best quality!
piazza Giuseppe Micheli 16 I - 57123 Livorno
This excellent restaurant overlooks the sea and is just a few metres from the ferry port for the islands. It serves the famous local fish stew (caciucco), as well as many other fish and seafood specialities.