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Pisa, Luca, and Pompeii TOUR GUIDES

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We are a family of five (with 8 yr old, 10 yr old, 12 yr old kids) and adventuring to Europe this summer starting in Rome and going on the Norweigan Epic. My husband and I (late 30's) have travelled a lot (both domestically and internationally) and we've taken the kids to South America and Mexico, but this is the first European trip for them.
Our ports are Livorno, Nice, Marseille, Naples, and Barcelona.
With only 10 hours to explore in the day, I am wanting to maximize my time and willing to pay some (500 Euros) for tours of Pompeii and possibly Pisa and Luca.
If anyone has had experience in the above places with people they would recommend, i would appreciate it. Any ideas on the accesibility of doing Pisa on your own from the train in Livorno is also welcome.
Is there a don't miss in Nice and Marseilles area?

thank you so much. I have loved getting information from Fodorites for the last 12 years!

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