The Livorno Aquarium offers the public an integrated tour route that combines the aquarium exhibition with the historical-scientific one.
The structure is spread over 2 floors for a total exhibition area of about 3,000 square meters, 20 tanks, 150 species for a total of about 1,200 animals; the space on the second floor is instead dedicated to temporary exhibitions and hosts a terrace of 1,000 square meters with a panoramic view of the Lungomare di Livorno.
All this will be visible in about 1h and 30 min. In addition to the exhibition tanks, there are about 850 square meters of technical spaces, with curatorial tanks intended for the quarantine and reproduction of animals or for water treatment (this part can be visited with special ‘Behind the Scenes’ itineraries).
The structure also hosts the exhibition THE TELESCOPE OF GALILEO. The instrument that changed the world “, conceived by the Museo Galileo in Florence, curated by Giorgio Strano.
The exhibition will be hosted by the Livorno Aquarium until spring 2011 Villa Morazzana is an authentic dim or a n o b i l i a r and built at the end of the 18th century in an extraordinary panoramic position that enjoys a magnificent sea view.
The villa has been recently renovated giving life to a particular and comfortable structure. The hostel beds are divided into 6, 8, 10, 12 bed dorms with common facilities on the same floor. Family rooms also available. For information and reservations:
In recent months, Islay’s Port Charlotte hostel has become a real top destination for many visitors of all ages.
The hostel was built in a former whiskey distillery and is located right on the seashore, facing the bay of Loch Indaal.
Among the many high-quality services, it also boasts that of being particularly suitable for hosting children, a reason that drives many families to choose this enchanting structure as a vacation spot.