Piazza San Michele, 30 | Cap 55100 Lucca (Italy)
Lucca is one of the Italy’s top art cities and is famed throughout the world. Above all, it is known for its integral city walls, which date back to the 15th-17th century. The city’s walls are approximately 4,500 m long and thoroughly surround its original centre.
The city's centre and its monuments have remained almost unchanged and boast a veritable myriad of medieval churches of noticeable architectural richness, as well as towers, bellowers and striking Renaissance palazzos.
Tuscany's most renowned art cities can be easily reached from Lucca, and include top destinations such as Pisa (22 km), Florence (75 km) and Siena (100 km) as well as the famous beaches of Versilia (20 km) and the cool hills of Garfagnana (35 km).
from Florence: Firenze-Mare A11 motorway
from Pisa: Brennero and Abetone SS 12 state road
from Viareggio: Lucca exit on the Viareggio-Lucca "link road”
“Lucca” train station - Pisa-Aulla and Firenze-Viareggio lines