Enjoy this Lucca private guided tour, a quiet walk through the historic centre accompanied by an expert locak guide. The best way to visit this lovely city hidden behind imposing walls.
You’ll meet your guide at Porta San Pietro, from here you’ll start your walk in the direction of Lucca’s Duomo and then to Piazza Napoleone and Palazzo Ducale (external view). Next you will reach Piazza San Michele, where the church of San Michele stands out with its beautiful facade enriched with inlays and sculptures.
After that you will see Giacomo Puccini’s Birth Home, converted into a museum in 1979. Continuing along the medieval lanes you’ll get to Palazzo Guinigi, where you will admire the Guinigi tower, built in stone and brick, one of the most representative landmarks of Lucca and it houses some holm oaks on its summit.
From here you will move to the amazing Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, located on the exact place where the ancient Roman amphitheatre once stood, hence the elliptical form.
The square used to be the privileged meeting point of the local society and today it still represents the heart of the city, thans to the numerous bars and shops housed in the historic buildings.
It certainly offers the most evocative glimpse of the city.
You will continue your visit of Lucca with a walk along its majestic walls, soaking up the city view.
The tour ends with a delicious typical local pastry tasting
After parting ways with your guide, don’t miss the opportunity to indulge in some shopping while continuing to explore the quaint streets of the city.
A moderate amount of walking is involved
Comfortable shoes are recommended
Please be on time at the meeting point
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Public transportation nearby
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
For special requests, customizing your tour or combining this tour to other activities please contact us
For private transfer request, please contact us indicating the place of departure, we will provide you with a quote
For a full refund, cancel at least 72 hours in advance of the start date of the experience