The city's unspectacular cathedral, designed by visiting British architect Inigo Jones, was later used by Jones as a model for the...
The Fortezza Nuova, built for the Medici family in the late 16th century, is in an area known as Piccola Venezia (Little Venice) because...
Piccola Venezia (Little Venice) is crossed with small canals built during the 17th century using Venetian methods of reclaiming land...
A red-brick cellar bar with sun-drenched wooden-decking terrace afloat the canal in Piccolo Venezia. Enjoy a cocktail and generously...
Locals speak of La Barrocciaia with reverence – partly because of a homely interior that’s alive with banter, but also because of the...
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Mercato Centrale information
For foodie nirvana, get lost in Livorno's magnificent late-19th-century Mercato Centrale, a 95m-long neoclassical food market that miraculously survived Allied WWII bombing. Arresting both gastronomically and architecturally, the market is a gargantuan maze of food stalls bursting with local produce, including the most astonishing fish and seafood.