LuccaLucca is one of the most important Italian art cities, famous also abroad mainly for its city walls, still intact since the 15th century. Its perimeter runs for roughly 4 km around the historical centre of the town, making Lucca one of the 4 Italian cities which still possess Renaissance city walls still untouched, together with Ferrara, Grosseto and Bergamo.
Nowadays the ancient city walls have been transformed into a lovely path for promenades.
The urban spaces of this town are no less suggestive: Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, Torre Guinigi, Piazza San Michele, Piazza San Martino and the Duomo. Thanks to this historical-monumental wealth, the city of Lucca is currently being considered for the admission amongst the UNESCO sites of human heritage.