La Casa di Ulisse B&B

Address: Via Vitalba 3, Livorno, Tuscany, 57128, Italy | B&B
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This B&B is located on Via Vitalba 3, Livorno.
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          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast
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          Travel Blogs from Livorno


          A travel blog entry by casuti on Aug 11, 2015


          ... Late start to tour today at 9.00am. We still got up at 6.30 to do our laps around the ship. 3 laps = 1.6km. Today was 4 laps. Yesterday was 6 laps.

          Tour today was the walled city of Lucca. 4.2km of wall 12m high and 15m wide. The streets were very ...

          Our day in Livorno

          A travel blog entry by geoffbro on Jun 03, 2015

          46 photos

          ... are houseboats. This would be an interesting way to live. We certainly don’t have anything like this in Australia, the history behind the buildings and the fortress is amazing.

          It must have been at least 30 degrees Celsius today and I was so hot and thirsty when we got off the boat that all I cared about was getting a drink. While on the boat we saw a large undercover market, we headed towards this. Most of the market ...

          We don't know where we are going today

          A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Aug 07, 2014

          1 comment, 4 photos

          ... medieval era, when it had a population of 700. It wasn’t until 1606 that the city was given official city status under the reign of the famous Medici family, who hired the architect Buintalenti to create what he termed "the ideal city."

          Like most of Italy, Livorno has its fair share of stunning churches and historical sites including many that date from medieval times. The Venice district retains much of its original town planning ...

          Day 9 - Vespa pilgrimage

          A travel blog entry by moltomadmod on May 01, 2014

          2 photos

          ... Last night saw our hero in The Nelson Tavern with Micky and Christian where local custom has it that free food is available on the bar if you buy a drink. It's called aperitivo.
          There are many reasons this doesn't happen in England. Most of them revolve around our national greed and love of a freebie. Just take a look at any "eat as much as you can" counter in any of our lower-market pizza chains.
          A restrained Paul ...

          Pisa and Lucca

          A travel blog entry by terry-christina on Apr 23, 2014

          17 photos

          The ship docked at Livorno and we took a bus up through the delightful Tuscan countryside to Pisa. Of course it was busy, but that added to the prospect of actually seeing that leaning tower. The bus dropped us near some markets, and we walked up to the Piazza dei Miracoli which is a wide walled area with amazing medieval buildings and artwork.

          Our tour guide showed us through the Bapistry of St John, finished in 1363, and ...