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The Walls of Lucca

Lucca, Province of Lucca, Italy

The Walls of Lucca

Length3.7 mi
Elev. Gain26.2 ft
Est. Steps8500

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The Walls of Lucca is a 3.7 mile (8,500-step) route located near Lucca, Province of Lucca, Italy. This route has an elevation gain of about 26.2 ft and is rated as easy. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.
Sito di grande importanza storica del 12 secolo.

Holy Face of Lucca

The Holy Face of Lucca (Italian: Volto Santo di Lucca) is a venerated wooden corpus (body) of a crucifix in Lucca, Italy. Medieval legends stated that it had been sculpted by that Nicodemus who assisted Joseph of Arimathea in depositing Christ in the tomb and specifically dated its arrival in Lucca to AD 742.

Lucca Cathedral

Lucca Cathedral (Italian: Duomo di Lucca, Cattedrale di San Martino) is a Roman Catholic cathedral dedicated to Saint Martin of Tours in Lucca, Italy. It is the seat of the Archbishop of Lucca. Construction was begun in 1063 by Bishop Anselm (later Pope Alexander II).

Basilica of San Frediano

The Basilica of San Frediano is a Romanesque church in Lucca, Italy, situated on the Piazza San Frediano.

Lucca railway station

Lucca railway station (Italian: Stazione di Lucca) serving the city and comune of Lucca, in the region of Tuscany, central Italy. Opened in 1846, it forms part of the Viareggio–Florence railway, and is also the junction for lines to Pisa and to Aulla. All of these lines are only served by regional trains.

Orto Botanico Comunale di Lucca

The Orto Botanico Comunale di Lucca is a botanical garden located at Via del Giardino Botanico, 14, Lucca, Italy, and operated by the city. It is open daily during the warmer months, and weekday mornings off-season. An admission fee is charged.The garden was established in 1820 by Marie Louise, Duchess of Parma, and contains a number of mature plantings of botanical interest.

Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Mansi

The Museo Nazionale di Palazzo Mansi is one of the two main art museum hosting tapestry collections and mainly post-19th century art collections owned by the city of Lucca, Italy. The collection is displayed in the Baroque palace, formerly belonging to the Mansi family, and located in central Lucca. Many of the original room decorations remain in place.

National Museum of Villa Guinigi

The Museo Nazionale di Villa Guinigi is the main art museum hosting the pre-modern art collections owned by the city of Lucca, Italy.The museum is located in a refurbished villa on Via della Quarquonia, completed in 1418 for Paolo Guinigi, ruler of Lucca until 1430. After his death, the building was confiscated by the republic, and it has served various purposes over the years.

Ducal Palace, Lucca

The Ducal Palace (Italian: Palazzo Ducale) is a palace in Lucca, Tuscany, central Italy.

Art collection of Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Lucca

The art collection of the Foundation of Lucca Saving Bank (in Italian Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio di Lucca) is a collection of artworks, mostly created by artists from Lucca, acquired by this financial institution (the bank became two entity in 1990s, SpA and Bank Foundation). The home of the Foundation is the former Monastery and church of San Micheletto in Lucca.

Palazzo Pfanner

Palazzo Pfanner is a palace and a garden in Lucca, Italy, now converted into a museum of art and artifacts. The building dates to 1667, and is notable mainly for its fine garden, attributed to Filippo Juvarra, and an interesting external stairway with loggia. Its principal salon contains frescoes by Scorsini and De Santi (early to mid 18th century), as well as a collection of surgical instruments gathered by Dr.
Route Details


3.7 mi

Elev. Gain

26.2 ft

Est. Steps

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