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  • From Lucca to Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour

    1. From Lucca to Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour

    Follow the Serchio River and cycle along scenic country roads on the way to the famous Leaning Tower of Pisa on this family-friendly self-guided tour. This easy/intermediate journey starts in Lucca and follows secondary country roads all around the Monti Pisani. Cycle down 33 kilometers of dirt and asphalt roads with the extra help of a hybrid or e-bike. Bikes are fitted with a phone holder, making it easy to follow the GPS directions on the application. The journey to Pisa takes between 2 to 4 hours. After approximately 20 kilometers, stop at San Giuliano Terme for a refreshing drink in the charming central square in front of the Spa. The itinerary ends in Piazza dei Miracoli, in front of the Leaning Tower of Pisa. Return to Lucca on a direct route by bike or on a 25-minute train ride. The bikes fit easily into the train's storage wagons and train tickets can be purchased in advance...

    Was in Italy for 12 days. The best thing out family did!!!! If you are reasonably fit....try it...we had a blast seeing Italy off the beaten track.

  • Pisa: Self-Guided E-Bike Tour

    2. Pisa: Self-Guided E-Bike Tour

    Explore the city of Pisa, famous for its Leaning Tower,  and get off the beaten track as you bike your way through the lesser-known locations in this vibrant, university town. Discover the city on an eco-friendly e-bike and use a smartphone application to guide you. In addition to the iconic Piazza dei Miracoli, discover historic churches and buildings as you take to the city's narrow streets. Visit iconic sights such as San Gallo Fortress at your own pace. Enjoy a breathtaking ride along the city's medieval walls on the adjacent cycling path and take a leisurely cycle along the River Arno.

  • Pisa: Bike to the Sea on a Self-Guided Tour

    3. Pisa: Bike to the Sea on a Self-Guided Tour

    Ride from Pisa to the sea, passing the Church of San Piero a Grado, and the old harbor of the town. Continue the ride along the river until Marina di Pisa, a magnificent coastline and harbour. Experience countryside roads and sea by bike! Follow the cycling path in the cost until Tirrenia were you can enjoy some good ice-cream. Then bike your way back to Pisa along the Navicelli channel, where you have the chance to see different birds and flowers.

  • Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour to Lucca

    4. Pisa: Self-Guided Bike Tour to Lucca

    After picking up your bicycle, you will begin your ride from Pisa along the Medicean Aqueduct to reach the River Serchio. Throughout your tour, you will be following the cycling path Puccini, which is named after the composer Giacomo Puccini (who hails from Lucca). Whilst enjoying your ride, you can look out for various towers and bridges the region possesses, before finishing at Lucca with its magnificent Middle Age wall. You can then cycle around the top of the wall and discover that Lucca is a wonderful and fascinating city to discover. You can then explore the enchanting “Osterie”, with local products, craft shops, and the best ice cream of the area. This is your chance to live and experience Lucca to the fullest, without whittling away your time and energy randomly planning where to stay, ride, and eat.

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Was in Italy for 12 days. The best thing out family did!!!! If you are reasonably fit....try it...we had a blast seeing Italy off the beaten track.