Livorno's Top Ten
- The Central Market – an array of colour, chaos and local flavour
- A Boat Ride on the Fossi (or canals) of Livorno, for an original view of the city
- The Museo Fattori – Livorno’s Art Gallery – in Villa Mimbelli
- Terrazza Mascagni – the sweeping terrace that overlooks the sea
- The Historic Venezia District, where Livorno’s popular Effetto Venezia festival takes place in July/August
The historic churches of Livorno, many of which bear witness to the foreign nations that helped to create the city from the 16th century onwards.
- The Old English Cemetery, in Via Verdi, dating from the 1600s and an important testimony to Livorno's unique and fascinating history. It is the oldest cemetery of its kind in Italy. Important burials include Scottish writer Tobias Smollett, George Jackson and Thomas Hall
- Try one or more of Livorno’s Specialities – Cacciucco– Triglie alla Livornese – Torta di Ceci - Ponce
- The Old Mediceo Port, named after the Medici Grand Dukes of Tuscany who expanded the port in the 16th century. It is surprisingly tranquil and you can walk all the way round to the yacht club for views of Livorno from the sea.
- Montenero - the village on the hill to the south of Livorno - catch the no. 2 bus
- The Fortezza Vecchia – climb up to the Mathilde tower, the oldest structure in Livorno