Accessible Lucca Tours

Are you a Tuscany lover? Well, you can’t miss Lucca. This city is a province of Tuscany, in the centre of Italy. ...

As Lucca’s soil is completely flat, the walking tour is suitable for people of all ages, including wheelchair users. You can’t miss its heart: Piazza dell’Anfiteatro derived from an imposing roman amphitheatre, Saint Martin’s cathedral, where you can access through a ramp , the cathedral is characterised by an asymmetrical façade (atypical for the time). ! The tour for wheelchair users continues towards the Romanesque cathedral, which houses the famous Volto Santo: a wooden crucifix supposedly made the very night in which Jesus died. Not to be missed: the Walls of Lucca. Both tourists and inhabitants of Lucca love have a walk in the beneath urban park. Why? Seeing is believing! Did you know that the composer Puccini was born in Lucca? This is the reason why in the city centre there is Puccini Museum which is partially accessible inside thanks to stairlift that can be used by people with mobility disabilities. Within walking distance of Lucca, you can admire the intriguing Devil’s Bridge. Lots of strange legends are told about it. We will also take you to taste delicious Lucca’s typical courses as the Garfagnana spelt soup, Matuffi” (with polenta, meat sauce, mushrooms and parmesan cheese) and “Tordelli”. If you wish to complete your culinary experience of the Tuscan food  and wine tradition, we suggest you incredible wine tasting experiences, market visits and cooking classes. If you want to discover something more, we give you the chance to do tours also in the surrounding area of Lucca.