Livorno Visit Tuscany
Livorno (italian: ()) is a port city on the ligurian sea on the western coast of tuscany, italy. it is the capital of the province of livorno, having a population of 158,493 residents in december 2017.it is traditionally known in english as leghorn (pronounced / l ɛ ˈ ɡ ɔːr n / leg orn, / ˈ l ɛ ɡ h ɔːr n / leg horn or / ˈ l ɛ ɡ ər n / leg ərn). While most visitors to livorno arrive by cruise ship and press on to nearby florence and siena, those who linger in this bustling port town are treated to some of tuscany’s freshest seafood and the quirky charm of a canal lined quarter known as the new venice. Tuscany's third largest city is a quintessential port town with a colourful history and cosmopolitan heritage. declared a free port in the 17th century, livorno (leghorn in english) attracted traders from across the globe, who brought with them new customs and habits, exotic goods, slaves and foreign forms of worship. Livorno is a charming city located on the western coast of tuscany, on the ligurian sea and is considered one of the most important port of italy.don't expect to visit a quaint medieval town like many others in the region, since livorno is one of the most modern cities in tuscany, even if there are many archaeological remains that fortunately have not been destroyed during the world war ii. The port of livorno is a truly impressive and monumental site and it is one of the busiest and most productive ports in italy. stretching from the quiet harbour at the livorno aquarium, to the opening of the canal that eventually joins to the river arno, the port has a mix of commercial shipping and recreational cruise terminals.