Lucca & Pisa from Florence

Lucca and Pisa are undoubtedly to be placed among the richest cities in the world as far as their architectural heritage is concerned: therefore, they have to be considered unmissable destinations for those who want to experience a complete view of Tuscany and its artistic background


Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday from April 1 - October 31, 2015

• Journey by fully fitted luxury GT Coach
• Expert multilingual escort
• Guided tour of Pisa with Professional guide
• Admission fee to Pisa Cathedral
• Guided tour of Lucca with Professional Guide
• Buccellato cake tasting
• Free pick up on request
(Depending on agency availability)


Adult Rate ...... $92
Child Rate .......$46

WHERE: Piazza Adua, at the corner with Burger King, nearby Santa Maria Novella Train Station
STARTS: 9.15 am (please be there 20 minutes before)
ENDS: around 6.30

NB: The Cathedral of Pisa is now entrance free and in the most crowded days it may not be possible to enter it due to the long queue, in that case we will offer a tour of Piazza Cavallieri as an alternative. Please not that the order of the visits may change without notice.


children under 2 years of age are free of charge and children aged between 2 and 12 have a 50% reduction

Lucca City Tour
Pisa & Lucca



Pisa and Lucca are undoubtedly among the richest cities in the world for their architecture and history: they are unmissable destinations for those who want to go deep inside Tuscany and its artistic background. Once in PISA, you will be met by your personal guide: the tour starts in the incredible Piazza dei Miracoli, where you can admire the Baptistery and the famous Leaning Tower, together with a guided visit of the majestic Cathedral.

After you will have some free time to do shopping or have a cappuccino before the departure for Lucca. In LUCCA, famous for its still-intact walls with huge gates and ramparts, our local guide will lead you to the enchanting old town centre walking along a section of the walls and enjoying a breathtaking view over the rooftops.

You will admire the main attractions of the city, such as the Anfiteatro Square, the Guinigi Tower, San Martino Cathedral and a stroll along the picturesque streets of antique shops. The tour ends with a BUCCELLATO tasting, a typical Lucchese cake - a famous saying of the Lucchesi (people from Lucca) is: "those who come to Lucca without eating the Buccellato is like they have never been there!"