Livorno (Florence & Pisa), Italy Port Reviews Cruises

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by jimjom

Loved this port! We did the Florence and Pisa excursion, so enjoyed the iconic Leaning Tower and the beautiful city of Florence. I knew before the cruise began that the Accademia Gallery (which houses The David) was closed every Monday, the day we were there, so I knew it wasn’t an option, but there is still so much more to see.

Visited: Mar 08, 2018

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5

by DubaiDolly

A visit to Pisa recommended, we took the tour shuttle and made our on way back using public transport which wasnt quick or easy. Probably best to keep to ships tours as railway station in Livorno is a bus ride away from the main city centre and then a bus shuttle back to the ship.

Visited: May 28, 2015

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5

by carl23

We actually did not arrive at Livorno because of a port issue. Royal Caribbean ended up taking us to La Spezia a few hours north of Livorno. This change of port didn't affect the excursion I already booked. I went to Florence and Pisa. Wonderful time.

Visited: May 13, 2017

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by Cruiser83

The Florence Your Way dropped us off right in front of the Santa Croce church which was one of the main reasons for the cruise. Our agent was not familiar with the transfers and had us unnecessarily concerned about getting to Florence which was unnecessary as they bused us directly there for minimal cost.

Visited: Dec 22, 2015

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5

by Calel41

Just did excursion for the round-trip transportation to Florence and walked around on our own once there. Had lunch, gelato and shopped. Florence is a must see and what more can be said about this incredible city that hasn't already been said.

Visited: Jul 26, 2019

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5

by Daric

San Gimignano & Volterra - Wine Tasting!!! Our best excursion by far. We are looking at going here to spend some time in the future. When I think of Italy - this is the place. Amazing countryside filled with vineyards, olive trees and amazing views. The small towns with old world charm. Narrow Cobblestone streets that don't look like there going anywhere, but BAM the beauty hits you in the face.

Visited: Apr 15, 2018

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