Wedged between Terrazza Mascagni and Livorno's naval academy is the elegant soft apricot facade of Bagni Pancaldi, old-fashioned baths...
No trip to Livorno is complete without a stroll along (and photo shoot of) this dazzling 'work of art' – an elegant terrace with stone...
In business since 1965, the Nardis know a thing or three about cooking up hearty, wholly affordable Tuscan fare in the company of...
Lonely Planet review
The Etruscan Coast (Costa degli Etruschi) begins south of Livorno. The town's beaches stretch for some way southwards but they are pebbly and generally nothing special. Overlooking a few are some grand old seaside villas that merit more than a glance. Bus No 1 from the main train station heads down the coast road, passing via the town centre and Porto Mediceo.