When we speak of Livorno, we start from the gorgeous Terrazza Mascagni, a splendid piazza providing a broad panorama over the sea.
At the end of the square is the aquarium, with a host of marine species originating from all around the worldto be seen, like sharks, turtles, tropical fish, and much more. The touch tank will delight your children, who will have the opportunity to actually touch rays and turbot – animals that greatly appreciate being petted by their small visitors.
Another very characteristic area of Livorno is the Venezia Nuova neighbourhood, patterned after Venice with numerous canals, bridges, and historic palazzi.
PARCO DI SAN ROSSORE
The Migliarino, San Rossore, Massaciuccoli natural park is an enormous protected area divided into 4 main zones: the San Rossore pine wood, the Migliarino brushland, Massaciuccoli lake, and the Tombolo estate.
The natural environments consist of pine stands, sandy dunes, marshland, and woods, with different itineraries to be covered on foot or by bike as the visitor explores the park and tries to spot the species of animals that inhabit it.