Livorno Shore Excursions


















During your Livorno Shore Excursion,  take the opportunity to spend 9 hrs away


from your cruise ship 


and let us drive you to discover the beauties


of Tuscany!!!








Suggested Tour:



We will pick you up directly from your ship.  As you disembark, look for your driver… he will be the one holding a sign with your name and others on it!  Pick up is usually at 8:00 am and we will drive you back to port at 5:00 pm.


As we reach Pisa, about 30 minutes from Livorno, you will see the Duomo, Baptistry and the famous "Leaning Tower". Pisa’s decline was assured when the Arno River began to silt up. This salt marsh, partly a nature reserve now, separates the city from the sea.


From Pisa, within 1 hour drive, will arrive to Florence.

First stop will be Michelangelo Square for a nice picture over the town. Will drive you then to Santa Croce Church, where Michelangelo and other artists are buried.

Will keep driving to the Accademia Museum  (closed on Monday), to see Michelangelo's David (You should pre purchase the tkts on line to avoid the line). Will drive then to the Duomo Area where you will have free time to visit it, have a nice lunch (not incld), go for shopping, visit Signoria Square and the "Old Bridge".

Will take you then to try the best gelato in town and around 04.00 p.m. will drive you back to Livorno Port, in order to drop you off in front of the ship by 05.00 p.m.



Rate per passenger:


Euro 300 rate per person (up to 2 people);

Euro 217 rate per person (up to 3 people);

Euro 162 rate per person (up to 4 people);

Euro 130 rate per person (up to 5 people);

Euro 117 rate per person (up to 6 people);

Euro 100 rate per person (up to 7 people);



Florence (ItalianFirenzepronounced [firentse]Old Italian: Fiorenza, Latin: Florentia) is the capital city of the Italian region of Tuscany and of the province of Florence. It is the most populous city in Tuscany, with 500,000 inhabitants (1,500,000 in the metropolitan area).


The city lies on the River Arno and is known for its history and its importance in the Middle Ages and in the Renaissance, especially for its art and architecture. A centre of medieval European trade and finance and one of the richest and wealthiest cities of the time, Florence is often considered the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance; in fact, it has been called the Athens of the Middle Ages. It was long under the de facto rule of the Medici family. From 1865 to 1870 the city was also the capital of the Kingdom of Italy.


The historic centre of Florence attracts millions of tourists each year and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1982. Florence is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world, and its artistichistoric and cultural heritage and impact in the world remains vast up to this day. The city has also a major European impact in musicarchitectureeducationcuisinefashionphilosophyscience and religion. The historic centre of Florence contains numerous elegant piazzas, Renaissance palazziacademiesparksgardenschurchesmonasteriesmuseumsart galleries and ateliers. The city boasts a wide range of collections of art, especially those held in the Pitti Palace and the Uffizi, (which receives about 1.6 million tourists a year). Florence is arguably the last preserved Renaissance city in the world and is regarded by many as the art capital of Italy. It has been the birthplace or chosen home of many notable historical figures, such as DanteBoccaccioBotticelliNiccolò MachiavelliBrunelleschi,MichelangeloDonatelloGalileo GalileiCatherine de' MediciAntonio MeucciGuccio GucciSalvatore FerragamoRoberto Cavalli and Emilio Pucci, to name just a few.







Suggested Tour: 

Will pick you up at 08.00 a.m., at Livorno Port, by Mercedes or similar A/C Vehicle, waiting for you in front of the ship (in a Lounge where all the drivers will be), your name and the others written on a board and will drive you through Tuscany and Liguria Regions,  with a stop on the way for a breathtaking picture,  to Riomaggiore, the first of the "Cinque Terre" Area where we will park and you will have time to visit it.

From Riomaggiore will keep driving to Manarola, the second town and then Corniglia where you will have a typical lunch (not incld) based on seafood or "Pesto". After lunch we'll keep driving to visit Vernazza and then around 03.15 p.m. will start driving back to Livorno Port, where we will drop you off at 05.00 p.m. in front of the ship.



 Rate per passenger :


Euro 350 rate per person (up to 2 people);

Euro 250 rate per person (up to 3 people);

Euro 187 rate per person (up to 4 people);

Euro 150 rate per person (up to 5 people);

Euro 133 rate per person (up to 6 people);

Euro 114 rate per person (up to 7 people);






The Cinque Terre (Italian pronunciation: [ˌtʃinkwe ˈtɛrːe]) is a rugged portion of coast on the Italian Riviera. It is in Liguria region of Italy, at the west side of  La Spezia. "The Five Lands" is composed of five villages: Monterosso al MareVernazzaCorniglia,Manarola, and Riomaggiore. The coastline, the five villages and the surrounding hillsides are all part of the Cinque Terre National Park and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Over the centuries, people have carefully built terraces on the rugged, steep landscape right up to the cliffs that overlook the sea. Part of its charm is the lack of visiblecorporate development.  The Cinque Terre area is a very popular tourist destination.

Given its location on the Mediterranean, seafood is plentiful in the local cuisine. Anchovies of Monterosso are a local specialty designated with a Protected Designation of Origin status from the European Union. The mountainsides of the Cinque Terre are heavily terraced and are used to cultivate grapes and olives. This area and the region of Liguria, are known for pesto — a sauce made from basil leaves, garlic, salt,olive oil, pine nuts and pecorino cheese. Focaccia is a particularly common locally baked bread product. Farinata is also a typical snack found in bakeries and pizzerias- essentially it is a savoury and crunchy pancake made from a base of chick-pea flour. The town of Corniglia is particularly popular for "miele di Corniglia," gelato, made from local honey. 

The grapes of the Cinque Terre are used to produce two locally made wines. The Cinque Terre and the Sciachetrà are both made using Bosco, Albarola, and Vermentino grapes. Both wines are produced by the Cooperative Agricoltura di Cinque Terre (“Cinque Terre Agricultural Cooperative”), located between Manarola and Volastra.

In addition to wines, other popular local drinks include grappa, a brandy made with the pomace left from winemaking.








Picking you up at 08.00 a.m. at Livorno Port, in front of the ship, by Mercedes or similar A/C Vehicle and English speaking driver/guide, will drive you through Tuscan Countryside for 1 hr appx, before arriving to Volterra.

Will stop in the city centre and will walk to discover this charming Etruscan/Medieval town, known for the “Alabaster” Production (local stone): Will visit the old Duomo (the main Church), the “Priori” Palace (City Lords Palace) where many important families, in addition to the Medici, lived and ruled the city. Will also have free time, for shopping, pictures and a good “Cappuccino”!

Will keep driving then, for addtl 35 minutes, to San Gimignano, another “Jewel of Tuscany”, famous for its medieval towers. Will walk through the main pedestrian shopping street, full of shopping opportunities:  “Vernaccia” (White wine) and “Chianti” wine, paintings, ceramics, local souvenir shops and will reach the main square, up on top of the hill, where apart from the City Lords Palace and interesting streets, will have the opportunity to taste, the best “Gelato in the world”!


Around 01.00 p.m., will drive you to a local Farm House, located in San Gimignano surroundings, with a great view to the city, Tuscan Vinyards and Countryside, where you will have a good local produces “light lunch” (not incld), based on Salame, Ham, Bruschetta and fresh home made Pasta. During your lunch, you will also have a wine tasting, where you will try 7 of the best red and white wines produced in the winery!

Around 03.30 p.m., will start driving back towards Livorno Port, in order to get there by 05.00 p.m., dropping you off in front of the ship again.



Rate per passenger:

Euro 300 rate per person (up to 2 people);

Euro 217 rate per person (up to 3 people);

Euro 188 rate per person (up to 4 people);

Euro 160 rate per person (up to 5 people);

Euro 142 rate per person (up to 6 people):

Euro 136 rate per person (up to 7 people);

Euro 125 rate per person (up to 8 people).