Grand Day Tour of Pisa and Lucca with Local Pastry Tasting
Embark on a walking tour of Lucca and Pisa and explore the most famous sights of the two cities. Relish a Lucca pastry tasting session at a local café. Revel in the beauty and majesty of the historical monuments and the innumerable works of art inside them!
- Savour the most exquisite pastries of Italy in a local downtown café in Lucca.
- Discover the two art cities of Pisa and Lucca and get a chance to see their beautiful monuments up close.
- Get a chance to enter the Pisa Cathedral, a building that houses some of the most beautiful works of Italian art.
- Assistance at the Meeting Point
- Tour Escort
- Professional guide
- Entry tickets to Pisa Cathedral
- Guided walking tour of Pisa and Lucca
- Typical Pastry Tasting in Lucca
- Pickup and drop off service from hotel
strict cancellation policy
These tickets cannot be cancelled or rescheduled.
why you shouldn’t miss this
Italian art and architecture have had a substantial influence on a large part of the world. Beginning with the Romans in the 1st century BC, Italy has always been at the forefront of architectural innovations and in constructing masterpieces. From the Colosseum, the Pantheon and the aqueducts in Rome to the Pisa Cathedral, Milan Cathedral and the city of Florence, Italy has consistently been home to some of the most popular tourist attractions in the world.
The city of Lucca is well known for the walls built around the old town during the Renaissance. Several churches and attractions can be found in this quiet little city. Pisa also abounds with exciting sights. The bell tower of the Pisa Cathedral, famously known as the Leaning Tower of Pisa, is its most famous attraction.
You will leave from Florence in the morning and the first stop will be in the city of Lucca. The 16th-Century walls continue to stand to this day and you will get a chance to walk along with them. You will then reach the renowned historical centre of the city of Lucca. The most notable square, the Piazza dell'Anfiteatro is an ancient Roman amphitheatre. It is dotted with numerous beautiful cafes and surrounded by private residences. The Guinigi Tower is a medieval structure built in red brick. The rooftop garden with Holm oaks gives the tower an old-fashioned, yet charming appearance. The Lucca Cathedral with its tall arcades and sculptures is another example of Romanesque architecture. You will then enjoy a pastry tasting at a local cafe.
After a small break, you will leave for Pisa. Known for its numerous masterpieces, Pisa is also home to some of the best-known landmarks in the world, such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Pisa Cathedral. You will walk through the Piazza Dei Miracoli and be awestruck by the magnificence of the square. You will also get a chance to see the interiors of the Pisa Cathedral. As soon as you set foot inside the cathedral, the grandeur of the surroundings is sure to strike you. The inside of the dome depicts Virgin Mary, painted in a rare 'encaustic' style. White marble with black marble inserts are present in the naves and the massive grey marble Corinthian columns give the Cathedral a regal appearance. The wooden coffered ceiling is decorated and painted with gold leaf. The pulpit, created by Giovanni Pisano, is one of the most detailed in the world. It is considered a masterpiece of Italian Gothic architecture and is a must-see on your list. Others attractions include the relics of Saint Rainerius, the tomb of Holy Roman Emperor Henry VII, the Serassi Organ, and numerous other paintings. Your tour will end with a visit to the Leaning Tower of Pisa and the Baptistery.
know before you go
Pisa and Lucca Grand Tour including Typical Pastry Tasting: This option includes also the guided visits of Lucca and Pisa, with a professional local guide.
Pisa and Lucca Grand Tour including Typical Pastry Tasting: This option includes free time in Lucca and in Pisa.
Guide Language Availability
November to March
- Thursday: English, Spanish, French, Portuguese
- Saturday: German, Italian, French, Portuguese
April to October
- Tuesday: English, Spanish, Portuguese
- Thursday: English, Spanish, French
- Saturday: English, Spanish, German, Italian
- From April to October: Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays (9 AM)
- From November to March: Thursdays and Saturdays (9 AM)
- 9 hours
You will receive an email confirmation along with your mobile voucher shortly. No need to print. You can show your voucher along with some valid photo ID at the meeting point.
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