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Antignano, Tuscany, Italy

Antignano is also known as Porto Antignano or Port of Antignano and it is situated in the coastal district that wears the same name. It is hosted by the city of Livorno and the province with the same name and it is a part of the historic region of Tuscany. This touristic port welcomes its guests with wonderful waterfronts, with calm waters and colourful buildings that are characteristic for this side of the coast. Tourists who will reach this marina will enjoy the advantages of the Ligurian Sea which offers its natural beauty and enriches this spectacular place. There are plenty of significant landmarks that should be visited by any tourist such as the Santuario di Montenero, the Old Fortress, the Nuova Venezia, the Chiesa Santa Caterina da Siena and many other major sites that are significant for Livorno’s heritage. Sightseeing tours and shore excursions are popular among tourists who are eager to explore this beautiful area of Turcany and its wealthy culture.

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Attractions in Tuscany

With its landscape, artistic heritage, medieval villages, historical towns, memorable food and wine, no other province has had more impact on Italian and European culture than Tuscany!

Tuscany is a magnificent province situated in the heart of Italy which fascinates its visitors with superb landscapes and extraordinary culture. The region is considered to be the birthplace of the Renaissance period and is the host of unique museums and cultural landmarks that are the best display of quality architecture and gorgeous Italian charm.

Florence (Firenze), the region’s capital, is the most populated city in Toscana, situated on the river Arno and is well known for its importance in the Middle Ages and Renaissance period, alluring through its art and architecture. Lose yourself in the piazzas in Florence’s centre, get a taste of Renaissance art from the Palazzo Pitti and Galeria Uffizi and you’ll be fascinated by the view from the Ponte Vecch... more info