Among the places that are worth a visit, there is the Cathedral, in Piazza Grande. Next to it, stands the Church of Santa Giulia, dedicated to the patron saint of Livorno and erected in 1602-03 by Ferdinando I de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany. The Church of San Jacopo in Acquaviva is among the most original churches for the beautiful location, facing the sea.
Finally, a meeting point during the summer nights, but also a fascinating destination for winter walks, is the large and elegant Terrazza Mascagni: a terrace overlooking the sea, from which you can admire the islands of the Tuscan Archipelago and incredible sunsets.
This article was written by Leila Firusbakht