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The medieval tower-houses, Lucca
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A bike tour around Lucca
Discover this marvellous walled town without efforts

We don't always expect the charm of "minor" cities such as Lucca.
Its medieval and baroque architecture, like its atmosphere, is perfectly preserved, enclosed within the massive walls that the people of Lucca are so proud of. 

We will visit together the native town of Giacomo Puccini, by biking on the walls and in the town: the roman amphitheather, Guinigi tower, piazza San Michele, the San Frediano basilica, the cathedral, the Pfanner garden. 

If you want to include a monument to visit inside, there is no problem and no lines to do, we can decide it on site. 
Everything must be customised and tailored made. 
Don't hesitate to build with me your perfect day in Lucca! 


  • The price includes the bikes for 2 people
  • For a 2 hours bike tour, consider 14 euro for each extra person
  • The tour can be made for more than 2 people, without biking but simply by walking, half by bike and half by walk, for 2 hours in total. If you want to visit Lucca on foot, the price is only 120 euro.

Piazzale Giuseppe Verdi, Lucca, LU, Italia
From 09 May 2020 to 31 December 2021
Karine Laborde
Prices include
  • A 2 hours bike tour
  • The bikes for 2 people for 2 hours
Supplemental charges
  • Drink
  • Food
  • Tips
  • Museum entrances


Meeting point
Lucca city center or a car parking just outside the walls

Our tour in Lucca will include the highlights of this adorable town: the Renaissance walls, the amphitheater square, Saint Michael square, the more beautiful and narrow medieval streets until Guinigi tower, cathedral square and of course San Frediano church. 

Cancellation and no-show policies
From 4 weeks up to 2 weeks before the visit , 50% of the fixed price is due. After 2 weeks , the total amount of the visit is due
Read the cancellation policies
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