Lucca Italy, travel guide to Lucca and its province, Tuscany Italy

Lucca – Lucca and this part of Tuscany is extremely particular and much of its territory has a completely different appearance to the classic Tuscan landscape.

In the Serchio valley and Garfagnana, rather than the gentle peaceful hills of Renaissance paintings, you can find majestic mountains of marble and rochthat loom over the valley bottom along the river Serchio where roads wind their way and unexpectedly open out into sunny areas with small ancient villages, settled on green hills, that reflect in lakes with magic images.


Art and culture are of considerable importance in the territory near Lucca. The capital of the province is actually a unique example that has perfectly preserved its city walls and it has maintained its characteristics since roman times up today.

If it is your first time in master, visit this page. If you have already been here, rememer the place visited, click the town on your left.

If this is your first time in master, follow this link and find a comprensive guide to the area, with suggested places to see. Click here if you wants only to know the must see places of master.

Towns: Lucca town – Altopascio – Bagni di Lucca – Barga – Borgo a Mozzano – Camaiore – Camporgiano – Capannori – Careggine – Castelnuovo di Garfagnana – Castiglione di Garfagnana – Coreglia Antelminelli – Fabbriche di Vallico – Forte dei Marmi – Fosciandora – Gallicano – Giuncugnano – Massarosa – Minucciano – Molazzana – Montecarlo – Pescaglia – Piazza al Serchio – Pietrasanta – Pieve Fosciana – Porcari – San Romano in Garfagnana – Seravezza – Sillano – Stazzema – Vagli Sotto – Vergemoli – Viareggio – Villa Basilica – Villa Collemandina