LIVORNO: BETWEEN BUSINESS, ART AND HISTORY

This city undoubtedly deserves a visit that, thanks to its characteristics, will leave you with open eyes.
Below, some trivia from Wikipedia:

  • it is located along the coast of the Ligurian Sea and is one of the most important Italian ports, both as a commercial and tourist port;
  • among all the Tuscan cities it is usually considered the most modern;
  • the Goldoni Theater, built between 1843 and 1847 on a project by Giuseppe Cappellini, is the most important theater in the city, the only historical theater in Livorno that survived the war and reconstruction;
  • the Provincial Park of the Monti Livornesi, extends in the hills behind the city, also involving the neighboring towns of Collesalvetti and Rosignano Marittimo. Next to the park, along the coast, is the “Calafuria Nature Reserve”;
  • Livorno has had an intense relationship with the history of cinema; a report made of films, film studios and national premieres;
  • the traditional cuisine of Livorno was defined by Aldo Santini as quarrelsome and popular as it reflects the original character of the city’s poor population in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, coming from various parts of the Mediterranean fleeing the law or religious persecution.

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EVENTS IN LIVORNO

All events directly from the Tourism page of the Municipality of Livorno.