Lucca

Is a city and comune in Toscana, Central Italy, on them Serchio, in a fertile plain near the Tyrrhenian Sea. It is the capital of the Province of Lucca. It is famous for its intact Renaissance-era city walls.

The walls encircling the old town remain intact, even as the city expanded and modernized, unusual for cities in the region. Initially built as a defensive rampart, once the walls lost their military importance they became a pedestrian promenade, the Passeggiata delle Mura Urbane, a street atop the walls linking the bastions. Wikipedia

Video 1 – Via del Crocifisso to Chiesa di San Michele in Foro, Piazza San Michele
Approximately 1.17 km – 0.73 miles

The walk starts from the large carpark adjacent to Via del Crocifisso – Piazzale Boccherini – Piazzale Giuseppe Verdi – Via Vittorio Emanuele II – Via del Crocifisso – Via San Paolino – Chiesa dei Santi Paolino e Donato, Via San Paolino – Via San Paolino – Piazza Cittadella – Via San Paolino – Chiesa di San Michele in Foro, Piazza San Michele

Video 2 – Via Roma to Piazzale Boccherini
Approximately 2.35 km – 1.46 miles

The walk starts in Via Roma – Via Fillungo – Via Sant’Andrea – Piazza Guidiccioni – Walk back to Via Fillungo – Via Degli Angeli – Via Cesare Battisti – Piazza del Collegio – Piazza S. Frediano  Walk back to Piazza del Collegio – Palazzo Pfanner  – Rampa S. Frediano – Viale delle Mura Urbane – Via Discesa Sant’Agostino – Via del Panificio -Piazza Sant’Agostino – Via S. Giorgio – Via delle Conce – Via S. Tommaso – Via Galli Tassi – Via San Paolino – Piazzale Giuseppe Verdi – Piazzale Boccherini