Al Teatro

Address: Via Enrico Mayer 42/57, Livorno, Tuscany, 57125, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Via Enrico Mayer 42/57, Livorno.
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      Travel Blogs from Livorno

      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 8 - He's only gone and done a runner

      A travel blog entry by moltomadmod on Apr 29, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      Being woken up by the tinny buzz of dozens of Vespas would, to some, be less than rapturous - but to the middle-aged Mod miles from home it proved a positive dawn chorus of joy.
      History tells that the Vespa was designed and built to get Italy moving again after the war. Some would say that they are still working towards that state of affairs even now.
      But, as Harry Lime said: "In Italy, for ...

      Pisa and Lucca

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

      17 photos

      ... 67 m tall on the high side, and 55.86 on the lower. It used to lean at an angle of 5.5 deg, but since restoration work ending in 2001, it only leans 3.99 deg.

      We piled back in the bus, and went another 30 minutes up the highway to the Renaissance city of Lucca. It is most famous for its fully intact ancient fortified walls which surround the old town. They weren't ever used for military purposes, but were usefull ...

      Another Port that Changed

      A travel blog entry by al-karen on Sep 22, 2013

      16 photos

      ... walk around the town. They gave us maps and circled the highlights before we took off. We first walked to the wall where we ascended the stairway to the top and walked along the city's perimeter for a while with the joggers and bikers before going back down into the city. We saw the town squares, churches, cobblestone streets with their quaint shops, the shopkeepers beckoning us in to show off their wares. My favorite was the free ...

      Livorno - Florence and Pisa

      A travel blog entry by popperisrael on Aug 12, 2013

      35 photos

      Our day started meeting our driver dockside at 8am. We drove from Livorno where the ship docks to Florence. Before taking us directly into the town, our driver took us to an overlook where some of the pictures were taken from. There you can see the Duomo and the Ponte Vecchio bridge. Once in the main area of Florence our driver handed us over to our walking tour guide who explained in detail the architecture and the rise and fall of the great families as well as ...