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Lucca: Guided E-Bike and Wine Tour

1. Lucca: Guided E-Bike and Wine Tour

Bike through the country of Lucca and experience the finest views paired with a visit to a vineyard. Discover the historic center and old town and admire the many symbolic landmarks. The e-bike tour begins with an introduction to the city by your friendly guide and a visit to the walls of Lucca, over 4 km of cycle path all around the historic center. From this elevated position above the city, you will have a view of the symbolic monuments of Lucca and you will have time to become familiar with the e-bike. Afterward, go outside the walls, entering the surrounding countryside, among charming villages and family farms. The e-bike will allow you to face a few short climbs effortlessly and your expert guide will help you understand the complexity of the "vineyard" ecosystem and its low environmental impact on agriculture. The visit will continue in the cellar and in the vineyards with the wine tasting combined with typical local products such as bruschetta, meats, cheeses, and olive oil.

Lucca: City Bike Rental - 1 day

2. Lucca: City Bike Rental - 1 day

Discover the delightful town of Lucca by bike at your own pace.  Take in the medieval town by bike, with its 85,000 inhabitants and Tuscan locations making it a quiet, pleasant and desirable exploration ground. Make the most of the town’s ideal set-up for cyclists, with an ideal route surrounding the city center for walking and cycling in the open air available.  Highlights include: the cathedral, giant town square, Guinigi Tower, and the 4.2km walls that are easy to navigate, given that motor vehicles are not permitted. See the birth town of composer, Giacomo Puccini, born in Lucca in 1858, and the mind behind operatic works such as ‘La Boheme’ and ‘Madame Butterfly"

Lucca: Self-Guided Tour by Bike

3. Lucca: Self-Guided Tour by Bike

Avoid the restrictive itineraries of organized sightseeing tours and explore the historical center of Lucca independently. Rent a bike for the day and discover the main monuments without the stress of planning. Pedal at your own pace as you explore the city walls and see landmark attractions such as the Basilica of San Frediano. Continue to Piazza dell'Anfiteatro to look at the basilica church of San Michele in Foro. Cycle to Piazza Napoleone and Piazza del Giglio, where highlights include the historic Teatro del Giglio. End with a visit to the monumental Duomo di San Martino. 

From Lucca to Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour

4. From Lucca to Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour

Follow the Serchio River and cycle along scenic country roads on the way to the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa on this family-friendly self-guided tour. This easy/intermediate journey starts in Lucca and follows secondary country roads all around the Monti Pisani. Cycle down 33 kilometers of dirt and asphalt roads with the extra help of a hybrid or e-bike. Bikes are fitted with a phone holder, making it easy to follow the GPS directions on the application. The journey to Pisa takes between 2 to 4 hours. After approximately 20 kilometers, stop at San Giuliano Terme for a refreshing drink in the charming central square in front of the Spa. The itinerary ends in Piazza dei Miracoli, in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Return to Lucca on a direct route by bike or on a 25-minute train ride. The bikes fit easily into the train's storage wagons and train tickets can be purchased in advance from the local partner.

Lucca: E-bike rental - city style

5. Lucca: E-bike rental - city style

Lucca is a small medieval town with a rich history that has preserved itself in the heart of Tuscany. Rent an E-bike and explore Lucca and walls park, have a coffee at the magnificent public square("Piazza dell'Anfiteatro") You can reach the square through four gateways located at the four vertices of the ellipse. A cross is carved into the central tile of the square with the arms pointing to the four gateways of the square. The town is a strategic location and its 85,000 inhabitants make it a quiet, pleasant, and desirable tourist destination. You will have a view of the symbolic monuments of Lucca from above the city. The entire route that circles the city center is ideal for walking and cycling in the open air and is suitable for pedestrians and cyclists. The walls are around 4.2 km (2.61 miles) long and are easy to walk along as motor vehicles are not permitted.

Lucca: 3-Hour Bikes & Bites Foodie Adventure like a Local

6. Lucca: 3-Hour Bikes & Bites Foodie Adventure like a Local

Bikes in Lucca are a must. You'll feel like a local as you head off on a journey sure to be relaxing and memorable. Take a sights-packed ride around the city walls, stopping to explore hidden corners and learn more about one of Italy’s most prosperous regions. Taste some local delicacies along the way. Pass by little squares with magnificent ancient church facades and noble Renaissance palaces. Lofty medieval towers still feature prominently here; one of the most famous landmarks in Lucca is the beautiful Guinigi Tower. Pass by this one and many more with plenty of Instagram-friendly stops along the way.  Enjoy your first food stop at a local-favorite shop. Taste the delicacies the area is famous for, including pecorino cheese, cold cuts, and extra-virgin olive oil. Cruise through different corners of the city center, admiring narrow alleys and ancient churches before reaching the lowest one: San Frediano Basilica. Continue exploring the lesser-known east side of the town, getting a real feel for local life. Stop at a cool establishment to savor some typical snacks and sip a well-deserved beer or other drink. Hop aboard your bike and climb back toward the city walls and the historical center through Piazza Grande. Settle in for a final, extra sweet stop at the oldest ice cream shop in Lucca: prepare to taste some gelato you'll never forget. Finally, return to the meeting point knowing that you experienced the city like a real local.

Lucca: Self-Guided Bike Tour to the Wine Roads

7. Lucca: Self-Guided Bike Tour to the Wine Roads

Set off on a day trip in the typical Tuscan countryside with its ups and downs on this self-guided bike tour from Lucca. At the shop, you'll receive instructions to follow from a customized itinerary on a free app for mobile and all accessories to safely enjoy your journey. Following local roads, you'll first visit the famous historical villa area by cycling next to Villa Oliva, Villa Grabau, Villa Reale, and Villa Torrigiani. Then, proceed to the wine roads from Lucca hills up to the beautiful hamlet of Montecarlo. Ride your bicycle on local roads passing wineries, small farms, olive groves, and enchanting views. Get recommendations on where to stop to have the best Tuscan lunch or to taste quality local wines. The way back will be easier, first downhill and then flat by secondary roads up to Lucca.

Lucca Sightseeing Bike Tour

8. Lucca Sightseeing Bike Tour

Take the chance to explore Lucca by bike with an expert tour guide, the best way to visit the town center. The city walls protect the center from the traffic of motor vehicles and offer a fascinating trail around. After a ride on top of the walls, you can see the most important attractions. An expert tour guide will show you Piazza Cittadella where you will find Giacomo Puccini's statue, Piazza San Michele and San Michele Church, the ancient roman forum, center of the old and new, San Frediano Church, medieval Basilica dominated by a mosaic on the front. Then the tour continues in Piazza Anfiteatro and Torre Guinigi, symbols of the town that you can't miss. Piazza Anfiteatro is an elliptical open space, built on the ruins of the ancient Roman amphitheater during the 2nd century. Today the square is host to many shops, bars and restaurants. Torre Guinigi is another simbol of Lucca. The tower was built of stones and bricks, known for the five ancient holm oak on top, where you can admire the whole city. After this two important stops, the tour is not finish yet. You will pass through the street of antique shops, Via del Battistero for reaching Cattedrale San Martino, the main square Piazza Napoleone and Piazza del Giglio.

Lucca: 1 Day Vespa and Scooter Rental

9. Lucca: 1 Day Vespa and Scooter Rental

Pickup your Vespa or scooter from the meeting point, get kitted out with the necessary gear, then hit the road where your adventure begins. Spend the day exploring Lucca and its surroundings according to your own preferences. Visit some of the region’s most famous and historic villas, stop at the impressive Devil’s Bridge in Borgo a Mozzano, pass by the sprawling vineyards and olive groves in Montecarlo, or see the thermal baths in Bagni di Lucca. By the end of the day, you’ll have seen the very best that the area has to offer, and experienced a thrilling ride.

Lucca: Biking Trip Through the Countryside to Monte Pisano

10. Lucca: Biking Trip Through the Countryside to Monte Pisano

First stop of the bike tour are the majestic city walls, one of the greatest expressions of modern fortification in Europe and the very symbol of the city! Outside the old town the itinerary continue in the countryside, along the arches of the aqueduct, built in the XIX century, by the local architect Lorenzo Nottolini. The arrival point is the valley of the springs, called "The Golden Words", the place where the imposing structure collected the waters to quench the thirst of the citizens! Return to the city to deposit any rented bicycles.

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What people are saying about Lucca

Best experience! Had such a lovely time riding around the city walls of Lucca and the country roads to the vineyard. The E-bikes definitely made the ride easier and did the hard work for you especially when going up some of the more steep roads (which weren’t many) once at the vineyard It was so nice to be able to sit between the vines and getting to taste the wine, they prepared everything so nicely for us which made us feel welcomed and our guide was so friendly and informative it was just such a nice atmosphere We felt like we were having lunch with good friends We had the best time and would love to do it again!

Great experience biking around the city and countryside. Lucca and Rafael were great guides, the ride was beautiful, and the light lunch and tasting really memorable. Highly recommend!

A very interesting bike tour with the very personable guide Alessandro. Thanks for a great tour. Easy to do, as the route is almost exclusively level, with few inclines. Grace!

One of the best tours we’ve ever been on. It was an amazing way to see Lucca.

Do not do this alone! Too many things could go wrong!