Your visit to the city should begin with an early morning trip to the Central Market. The beautiful architecture, designed by Badaloni, is often masked behind the happy chaos of the vendors and buyers who fill the market. Here, in addition to the vast range of fish, meat, spices, fruit, vegetables, bread and other local products, you find numerous Jewish products which are testimony to Livorno's large Jewish population, who, like other religions, have settled in the city without ever having reduced to a ghetto.
Follow the inviting smell of the morning frati - sweet fritters, which are made to perfection here, earning them the nickname "mouthfuls of air."
From the Central Market, continue on foot towards the historical Venezia neighbourhood, which earns its name from the system of navigable canals (which can also be explored by a tourist boat) created by the Medici. Take one of the boat tours for tourists past the colourful Fruit and Vegetable Market and then the various places of worship of the many religions which have been welcomed to Livorno.