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Coming from Milan, you can take the A1 motorway to Parma, then take the A15 motorway towards La Spezia and then the A12 towards Livorno. From Rome you have to enter the A12 motorway, a section that connects Rome to Civitavecchia, and then continue along the Aurelia, today called E80 until Livorno. From Florence you must take the Firenze-Pisa-Livorno (FI-PI-LI) highway, while coming from Bologna you must take the A1 motorway to Firenze-Signa and then the (FI-PI-LI) highway that connects Florence to Livorno via Pisa.
Livorno is located on the Rome-Genoa line and is frequently connected in both directions. From Florence it can be reached by direct trains. Please visit the website for further information (routes and timetables): https://www.trenitalia.com/en.html
The main lines to the city centre leave from Livorno Central Station: Lam Blu, which runs through the city centre and along the seafront, Lam Rossa, which runs through the city centre to the hamlets of Montenero and Antignano. The Urban Line 12 connects the city centre of Livorno to the Valle Benedetta and Colognole.
The extra-urban Line 104 connects Livorno with Collesalvetti. The extra-urban Line 105 connects Livorno with Nugola and Colognole. For further information (lines and timetables), please visit the website www.cttnord.it (in Italian only)
The area of Livorno, like Tuscany, is mainly served by the national and international lines of the airports of Pisa and Florence. Please visit the web site for further information:
There are direct daily ferry routes to Livorno/Capraia Island and vice versa. The port of Livorno is one of the main ports of Italy. For this reason, ship connections are very frequent. From Livorno, ships and ferries depart mainly to Olbia, Bastia, Palermo and Porto Vecchio. For routes and timetables consult the main websites of the shipping companies operating out of Livorno:
www.grimaldi-lines.com/en (Olbia, Palermo)
www.mobylines.com (Olbia, Bastia)
www.corsica-ferries.co.uk (Corsica, Sardegna)
www.toremar.it/en (Livorno, Isola d’Elba, Isola di Capraia, Isola di Pianosa, Porto Santo Stefano, Isola del Giglio, Piombino, Isola di Giannutri)
Capraia can be reached by the ferry of the authorized shipping company which leaves every day from the Porto Mediceo in Livorno. The journey takes about 2 hours and 45 minutes. Departure times vary depending on the time of year. Alternatively, you can reach the island with your own boat, which you can moor in the small marina managed by Marina di Capraia. Once on the island, a small bus operates between the quay and the village (1 km away) every day of the year. It is not advisable to bring your own car, as the only road is less than 1 km long, and there is a total ban on traffic throughout the summer season. It is better to leave your car in the car park at the port in Livorno.