Leisure Activities in Lucca

All year round, leisure activities in Lucca provide a wide range of options for every age group. Lucca is loaded with lavish shopping areas, resorts, restaurants, and spas that ensure that your trip to Lucca is hassle-free. From a convincing landscape and outdoor to some world-class stay options and facilities, Lucca packs an incredible amount of diversity in the luxury activities it offers. So be it a family vacation, a friends reunion or a solo trip to feed your wanderlust, these activities in Lucca are a must try for a leisurely vacation!

Let's explore our list of recreational & leisure places in Lucca:

  1. Le Mura Di Lucca

    4.8 (2474 Votes)
    Le Mura Di Lucca

    Botanical Garden, Biking Trail, Walking Area, Historical Site

    Lucca's monumental mura (wall) was built around the old city in the 16th and 17th centuries and remains in almost perfect condition due to the long periods of peace the city has enjoyed. Twelve metres high and 4km long, the ramparts are crowned with a tree-lined footpath that looks down on the centro storico and out towards the Apuane Alps. This path is the favourite Lucchesi location for a pas...Read more
  2. Cathedral Of San Martino

    4.5 (2346 Votes)
    Cathedral Of San Martino

    Church, Religious Site, Garden, Walking Area

    Opening onto the piazza of the same name, the Cattedrale di San Martino is surrounded by beautiful buildings from various periods. Founded in the 6th century, it became episcopalism in the 8th century. The cathedral was built in the south-eastern corner of the Roman town. The façade is linked, through the bell tower, to the old building of the Opera del Duomo and other parts of the clois...Read more
  3. Ortobotanico Di Lucca

    Science Museum, Outdoors, Water Body, Garden

    This Botanical garden created together along with a laboratory for Physics and an observatory for Astronomy houses two hundred species, including early-flowering azaleas, camellias and rhododendrons. In 1920 the Orto Botanico became the property of the City of Lucca, and was turned into a public garden. The garden's decorative elements include a series of large ceramic medallions illustrating m...Read more
  4. Via Fillungo

    4.5 (868 Votes)
    Via Fillungo

    Walking Area, Historical Site, Architecture , Old Town

    This street takes its name from Garfagnana’s Fillongo Castle. A stroll here is a perfect way to explore the allure of the old Lucca. Even if you don’t want to enter the number of important places on the street, observe them from outside while you walk. When on this unique street, the places to visit are: Palazzo Manzi- a patrician home created in the 15th century Church of San Cris...Read more
  5. Roman Amphitheatre Or Piazza Anfiteatro

    Outdoors, Walking Area, Historical Site, Square

    The amphitheatre to host the traditional gladiatorial shows and games was built in the second half of the 1st century A.D. This archaeological treasure houses number of building built since then including the work of famous architects like Lorenzo Nottolini. It was renovated and rebuilt multiple times and the proofs of which were discovered in the 19th century. The archeological collectibles in...Read more
  6. Guinigi Tower

    4.5 (2299 Votes)
    Guinigi Tower

    Garden, View Point, Historical Site, Tower

    The Torre Guinigi is the most important tower of Lucca, Tuscany, central Italy. This tower is one of the few remaining within the city walls. Its main feature is hanging garden on the roof of the Torre Guinigi. This tower is one of the few remaining within the city walls. Its construction in bricks and decoration by coats of arms, cornices and plaques makes it a disting...Read more
  7. Palazzo Pfanner

    4.6 (1716 Votes)
    Palazzo Pfanner

    Garden, Estate, Palace, Statue

    The construction of Palazzo Pfanner dates back to 1660. Passing down to different noble families that kept on adding to the construction and beauty of the place, the last family that it belonged to was the Pfanner. The Palazzo is still the property of the Pfanner family, who, starting in 1995, has undertaken the demanding work of improvement by initiating restoration and has opened th...Read more
  8. Via del Giardino Botanico, 14, 55100 Lucca LU, Italy
  9. Via Vicopelago 573/a, 55100 Vicopelago Lucca LU, Italy
    Museum, Park
  10. Via del Tiro a Segno, 382, 55100 Lucca LU, Italy