From Pisa to Lucca
(along the Puccini cycle path)
This tour follows the Serchio river, where it takes its natural landscape, the bed broken by the water jumps, the bushy terraces with many varieties of birds.
The Puccini cycle path (named from the famous composer Giacomo Puccini who was born in Lucca) connects the Serchio valley to Lucca, where we can admire the medieval towers and the “Rocca di Ripafratta”, reaching the ancient walls of Lucca.
The path above the city walls offers a breathtaking view.
Art, music, history, food, wine, Lucca is a source of incredible treasures. We will cycle through the narrow streets downtown where the towers stand out above the roofs. The Guinigi Tower with its hanging garden on the top; the ancient shops along via Fillungo, the squares of the Roman amphitheater and that of Napoleon, so enchanting! For a gourmet stop in Lucca, visitors are spoiled for choice: from cecina, to necci (chestnut pancake) with ricotta, buccellato, Lucchese soup, etc… We are sure you will enjoy all!
On request, for a small fee, you can leave your bike in Lucca and return to Pisa by train.
SEASON: Year round
LENGTH: 35 KM
DURATION: 4-5 HOUR
SELF GUIDED TOUR
With E-BIKE : €45
With TREKKING BIKE: €28
THE PRICE INCLUDES:
App+itinerary ( a smartphone is required)
Full day rental