A terrace with a view in Livorno

Are you a panaroma lover? The MAscagni Terrace in Livorno is one of the most beautiful panorama points of Tuscany - and should be on everyone's "to do" list while vacationing in the area. The views over the Tyrrehenian Sea are simply stunning. The white and black pavement, the beautiful bannister, and a round stand used to host concnerts and other events, make this terrace unique. Built in 1925 and dedicated to Costanzo Ciano, the terrace is the place where locals and visitors alike meet and mingle, and is the perfect starting point to visit the rest of the city. 

 

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