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Livorno is the third largest port on the western coast of Italy. The city, which developed considerably since the end of the sixteenth century by the Medici, was an important free port frequented by many foreign merchants, home to consulates and shipping companies. This helped to say, since the end of the sixteenth century, the characters of multiethnic and multicultural city, of which, almost unique case in Italy, survive important remains, such as churches and cemeteries national, palaces, villas and public works inextricably linked to the names of important foreign communities who attended the free port until the second half of the nineteenth century.

Among the nineteenth century and early twentieth century, addition to the initiation of the process of industrialization, Livorno was also a tourist destination of international significance to the presence of important beach resorts and spas.



How to reach the port of Livorno by car: From the A12 Genoa-Livorno-Rosignano exit "Livorno" as well as the A11-A12 Florence-Pisa-Livorno (both are connected to A1 and, through 'A1, to the Brenner). Then take the S1 state, follow the signs to the "Port of Livorno 'or' s" Port Authority ". The port of Livorno is also connected to S.G.C. Florence-Pisa-Livorno.

How to reach the port of Livorno by train: The port of Livorno can be reached from Livorno Central Station with a bus to Piazza Grande; From here there are about 10 minutes to reach the Port Authority and the Port while there are buses to reach the commercial port.

Address of the port of Livorno: Boarding Moby and Corsica Sardinia Ferries - Maritime Station, Via Donegani - 57100 Livorno (LI), Italy



 



The Company Maritime Moby Lines connects Italy to Sardinia with the Livorno/Olbia, and Corsica with the Livorno/Bastia.

The Livorno/Olbia is active throughout the year with a night race that goes from 7 to 10 hours, while in summer there is also a race day ranging from 6 hours to 7 hours.

The Livorno/Bastia is active from May 28 to September 26 with more weekly runs lasting 4 hours.