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Lucca: Self-Guided Tour by Bike

1. 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. 

Lucca: E-bike rental

2. Lucca: E-bike rental

Explore Lucca at your time effortlessly thanks to our easy-to-use e-bikes. You can choose an E-city if you wish to visit Lucca and the city walls and discover all the secrets of the town and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of the historic center. Thanks to the strong bike lock, you can leave the bicycle outside if you want to stop to a restaurant or visit a monument. Or you can choose an E-trekking if you are a bike enthusiast and you wish to have a trip to the beautiful countryside that surrounds Lucca, rich in small farms, historical villas, vineyards and charming villages on the hills. In this case, together with the lock, we will furnish you with a repair kit and helmets.

Lucca: City Bike One-Day Rental

3. Lucca: City Bike One-Day Rental

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 Bike Tour to the Wine Roads

4. 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: 1 Day Vespa and Scooter Rental

5. Lucca: 1 Day Vespa and Scooter Rental

Scooters and Vespa are the perfect way to enjoy Lucca surroundings without effort, without limits and without losing the most beautiful views. To complete your visit to Lucca there is nothing better than renting a scooter and visiting places such as the Historic Villas in Marlia, the Devil's Bridge in Borgo a Mozzano, the vineyards and olive groves of Montecarlo and even go to Viareggio coast or to Pisa in half an hour. Each of our Vespa has a rear top case to put helmets and a padlock inside. The rental always includes third-party damage insurance, helmet and lock. Each vespa can fit 2 people. We require scooter or motorcycle driving experience: if the customers do not show adequate ability to drive the vespa, for safety reasons, the rental will be canceled and no refund will be due.

Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour to Lucca

6. Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour to Lucca

This tour follows the Serchio river, where it takes its natural landscape, the bed broken by the water jumps, the bushy terraces with many varieties of birds. The Puccini cycle path (named from the famous composer Giacomo Puccini who was born in Lucca) connects the Serchio valley to Lucca, where you can admire the medieval towers and the “Rocca di Ripafratta”, reaching the ancient walls of Lucca. The path above the city walls offers a breathtaking view. Art, music, history, food, wine, Lucca is a source of incredible treasures. Cycling through the narrow streets downtown where the towers stand out above the roofs. The Guinigi Tower with its hanging garden on the top; the ancient shops along via Fillungo, the squares of the Roman amphitheater and that of Napoleon, so enchanting! For a gourmet stop in Lucca, visitors can choose: from cecina, to necci (chestnut pancake) with ricotta, buccellato, Lucchese soup, etc… We are sure you will enjoy all! Duration of the tour: 25 km to reach Lucca and 25 km to return to Pisa. Possibility to take the regional train carrying the bikes for a supplement of the ticket to return to Pisa. Possibility to leave the bike in Lucca for a supplement (you can ask at the bike rental)

Lucca: Self-Guided Bike Tour to Villa Reale

7. Lucca: Self-Guided Bike Tour to Villa Reale

Pickup your bike from the meeting point, then set out on your self-guided adventure. Glide along the charming Serchio River cycle path, and admire the sprawling landscape that surrounds you. Follow Via Francigena until you reach Ponte A Moriano and Via Delle Ville, where you can admire some of the most historic villas in Tuscany. Look out for Villa Oliva and Villa Grabau, then arrive at Villa Reale. Enjoy time to explore the Villa’s grounds or have a picnic on the lawn (entrance fee not included). At the end of an unforgettable day, return your bike to the meeting point.

Lucca: Trekking Bike Rental

8. Lucca: Trekking Bike Rental

Ahoy, brave cyclists: discover Lucca, the wall, the river park, and the lush surrounding countryside with a comfortable trekking bike that allows you to ride on unbeaten paths and unpaved roads. Not sure on your feet yet? Before taking to rough terrain, warm up on Lucca walls: the entire route that rings the city center is ideal for cycling in the open air. Walls are around 4.2 km ( 2,61 mi ) in length and are easy to ride along, as motor vehicles are not permitted. Feel free to freewheel. The old town is mostly pedestrian or restricted to residents only. Conveniently, you can easily reach the river path thanks to a brand new bike path branching directly out from the city center.

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What people are saying about Lucca

Biking around the beautiful city of Lucca was a highlight of our trip to Italy! The city was beautiful with lots of restaurants and shopping.

Bike available quickly, easy to find. Very nice walk in the city walls of Lucca and well shaded. I recommend !

Fast delivery, with suggested tours, bikes in very good condition!

This rental place was right outside the walled city. Very close.

Really a great way to explore Lucca. Highly recommended.