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Livorno's Popular Local Spots (Self Guided), Livorno

Livorno is a charming town with plenty of unique places to see and visit. Its old neo-Classical streets are full of liveliness and color. Take this self-guided walking tour to check out the most popular local spots, including the Central Market, Via Grande and other interesting places.
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Livorno's Popular Local Spots Map

Guide Name: Livorno's Popular Local Spots
Guide Location: Italy » Livorno (See other walking tours in Livorno)
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Sightseeing)
# of Attractions: 8
Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 2.0 Km or 1.2 Miles
Author: sabrina
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Chiesa Evangelica Valdese
  • Old English Cemetery
  • Officina Metropolis
  • Mercato Delle Vettovaglie
  • Via Grande
  • The Bad Elf Pub
  • Museo della Città Bottini dell'Olio
  • La Svolta
Chiesa Evangelica Valdese

1) Chiesa Evangelica Valdese

Originally used for services of the Presbyterian Church of Scotland, in 1911 Chiesa Evangelica Valdese was purchased by the Evangelical Waldensian Church. Large Gothic doors and windows topped with three rows of arches suggest the neo-Gothic architectural style. Come inside to observe local daily activities and enjoy the harmonious atmosphere of this modest church.
Old English Cemetery

2) Old English Cemetery

The Old English Cemetery is one of the oldest non-Roman-Catholic cemeteries in Italy. The cemetery survived great damage caused by bombing during WWII, which also damaged the adjoining Waldensian and St. George Churches. It remains one of the most charming and interesting places in Livorno. After WWII the cemetery was found hidden behind a large six-story apartment-block, which illustrates the distinct lack of sensitivity of the local administration at the time. The entrance is located in a small square, accessible through the property of the Arciconfraternita della Misericordia. The cemetery is a large quadrangle, characterized by dense arboreal vegetation, with century-old cypress trees and various Mediterranean plants. A notable feature is the presence of some Virginia secular elms which are said to have been planted by American sailors visiting the graves of their loved ones.
Sight description based on wikipedia
Officina Metropolis

3) Officina Metropolis

Metropolis is a popular bar that offers live music by local singers and bands, as well as touring performers. The warm, wooden interior, comfy chairs and attractive bar often draw in the town’s cultural elite. It is not a concert hall, so the atmosphere here is lively and vibrant, and the crowd is often friendly and up for a chat. Come here to get a taste of Livorno's culture and enjoy a live performance in an intimate setting.
Mercato Delle Vettovaglie

4) Mercato Delle Vettovaglie (must see)

The Livorno Market building’s 95-meter-wide facade is characterized by two rows of large, round-arched windows that provide maximum light to the interior, while the entrance is highlighted by four classic columns. The main hall’s interior decorations were designed by Lorenzo Gori. Be sure to check out the beautiful architectural features of this huge water-front complex.
Via Grande

5) Via Grande

Via Grande is one of Livorno’s oldest and busiest streets. A variety of fashionable shops, souvenir street-stalls, lovely cafés and restaurants are located along this charming historic street. Take a walk on Via Grande to feel the vibrancy and color of daily local life.
The Bad Elf Pub

6) The Bad Elf Pub

The Bad Elf is a British-style pub popular for its amazing selection of international beers, many of which are made in Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Belgium. The bar’s menu includes some delicious Italian specialties such as pasta dishes, taglieri and pizzas. Come and enjoy the warm atmosphere and friendly crowd.
Museo della Città Bottini dell'Olio

7) Museo della Città Bottini dell'Olio

One of the buildings in Livorno’s Little Venice is called Bottini dell’olio because it was originally used to store olive oil. Today it hosts temporary exhibitions and is home to the Labronica Library. A plaque, which recalls the stages of construction, is located on the access door to the warehouse that consists of a vaulted hall with Tuscan pillars arranged in three aisles. The structure of the library, which houses publications from 1950 onwards, is characterized by wide, wooden roof trusses, supported by a row of pillars.
La Svolta

8) La Svolta

La Svolta bar is a popular night venue located in Livorno’s Little Venice quarter. A dynamic, young, local crowd often gathers here to mingle and chat. The bar is small, and many visitors prefer the bar’s front area for its stunning views of the canal. This unpretentious place offers a good variety of mixed drinks and local beers.

Walking Tours in Livorno, Italy

Create Your Own Walk in Livorno

Create Your Own Walk in Livorno

Creating your own self-guided walk in Livorno is easy and fun. Choose the city attractions that you want to see and a walk route map will be created just for you. You can even set your hotel as the start point of the walk.
Livorno's Historical Churches Tour

Livorno's Historical Churches Tour

Located close to the Vatican, the heart of Catholicism, Livorno understandably has many beautiful churches and cathedrals. The religious structures of the town trace its glorious and tragic history. Take this walking tour to discover Livorno’s most notable places of worship.

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.2 Km or 2 Miles
Livorno's Architectural Jewels

Livorno's Architectural Jewels

Livorno is a lovely port town that attracts many tourists. Livorno's streets are full of history and architectural magnificence, which is why the town has been the setting for many movies and documentaries. Take this self-guided walking tour to discover Livorno's most attractive buildings, such as Teatro Carlo Goldoni, Mercato delle vettovaglie, Palazzo de Larderel and others.

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.4 Km or 2.1 Miles
Livorno's Museums and Galleries

Livorno's Museums and Galleries

Livorno has a rich history and vibrant cultural legacy. This beautiful old town has plenty to offer, from the splendor of the religious artifacts found at the Leonello Barsotti Museum to the beauties of the natural world on display at Museo di Storia Naturale. Take this walking tour to discover Livorno’s most exciting museums and galleries.

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.6 Km or 2.2 Miles
Livorno Introduction Walk

Livorno Introduction Walk

Situated along the coast of the Ligurian Sea, Livorno is one of the most important Italian ports, both in terms of commerce and tourism. Livorno’s charming historic streets, beautiful monuments and large squares are picturesque and stunning. The following walk will guide you to the town’s most prominent public places.

Tour Duration: 3 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 4.6 Km or 2.9 Miles