Check out National Museum of San Matteo and Pisa Royal Palace—just two of the top sights around Cascina, a city also known for its restaurants.
Gardens, Countryside and Relaxing
At the heart of Piazza dei Miracoli lies an impressive example of Romanesque architecture, one of the most sacred sites in Italy.
Gaze out over Lucca from one of the city’s most famous landmarks, a medieval tower topped by a collection of oak trees.
Unwind in the attractive square where Roman gladiators once fought. For one day of the year it is now completely filled with flowers.
Climb to the second floor of this beautiful monument for views across the Duomo or to experience its unique acoustics.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa makes this walled square the most photographed square in Pisa, but its other grand structures are also worth capturing.
Showcasing the history of a remarkable town, this magnificent basilica was built on the ancient center of Lucca’s civic life.