Pisa, one of the strongest symbol of Italy, is considered a mysterious town that undoubtedly plays a main role from an artistic point of view, with its famous churches, monasteries, all scattered on the top of hills, along the rivers and in ancient streets. The beautiful Field of Miracles, the Baptistery and the Leaning Tower (already reopened for visitors!!!) are at the far end of the most common itinerary of a traveler coming to Pisa by train. Dulcis in fundo roughly and freely translating "the dessert comes to an end"!!!
Lucca, famous for its walls, has managed to cope with tourism without losing its old-fashioned charm and its narrow, medieval streets are a wonderful mixture of shops, offices, restaurants, bars and houses. The city has some wonderful examples of Roman, medieval and Renaissance architecture and a huge number of grand churches such as Piazza del Mercato and the most significant monuments of the town, including the Guinigi Tower and Piazza del Mercato. Is there a special place you want to go visit? Did you hear about a spot that isn’t on “the tourist trail”? Please, tell us!
Note: Duration - 11 hours from Rome.
Airfare is not included in the tour price.
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My name is Massimo, I graduated in foreign languages and I am in the tourism world since 1999. I became fascinated by this job thanks to my true love for Rome and its beauty, so "why not share this magnificence with tourists?" I love my job, this makes a difference and my clients appreciate it, they are...
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