Livorno is the county seat of Tuscany. It overlooks the sea, lies on a plain land without water courses, and it boasts the typical Mediterranean weather. Since the first settlement of the first populations – Etruscan and Roman -, Livorno has always been a city with an important artistic heritage; unfortunately, most of the masterpieces in Livorno were destroyed during the World War II. But there are still some places to show the history of the city: the Fortezza Vecchia (old fortress), the Acquedotto Leopoldino and the Cisternone. The port of Livorno is one of the most important in Italy, for both passengers and containers traffics. Port of Livorno departures and arrivals: Olbia, Golfo Aranci, Palermo, Capraia, Bastia and Ile Rousse. The sailing companies operating from and to Livorno are: Grimaldi, Moby, Corsica Ferries and Toremar.