With car rental in Livorno we offer a price comparison between the most important car hire companies which operate in the Livorno port, city center and train station like Keddy, Europcar (Livorno cruise port), Hertz (Livorno port / cruise terminal), Maggiore (Via Giosuè Carducci 176/b Livorno), TargetRent and Avis (Calata Carrara Stazione Marittima, Livorno port).
Moreover, we offer a free cancellation up to 48 hours prior to the car pick-up, brand new cars with manual and automatic transmission and daily deals like snow chains during the winter period or free additional driver.
Popular with cruise ships that use the old port, Livorno is a lively city that is easily reached by car. Hiring a car means you can be flexible in your plans, so have a look at some of our deals and see if we can help you.
Of the many wonderful cities in the Tuscany region Livorno is one of the most impressive, combining ancient medieval architecture with more modern buildings in a beautiful coastal location. The city is interesting also for its historic links with Britain – where it is traditionally known as Leghorn – and the cultural background that came with it. with many wonderful cafes in typically Tuscan piazzas, plus fine restaurants, bars and shops, Livorno makes an interesting stop on any tour of Tuscany.
Livorno is best reached by taking a flight to the airport at Pisa, just 12 miles distant. Tuscany is a compact area that features many fine cities and towns, so you are never far from another place of interest. This is one reason why renting a car to explore the region is a great idea. Although it is one of the more industrialised cities in Tuscany it still retains much of its ancient infrastructure, and the New Venice area of the city is the ideal place to explore the narrow lanes and wonderful bridges that typify the architecture of the time.
Also of interest is the Old English Cemetery, which is the oldest existing protestant burial ground in Italy. Many of the British artists who came here to live are buried here, among them some notable names. The city is home to many fine museums, and has a musical legacy that goes back many centuries, while lovers of fine wine will never be far away from a bottle anywhere in Tuscany, and the local seafood dishes are a delight.