Accessible Florence and Lucca Tour Hero.

Highlights of this tour

  • Lucca
  • Roman Amphitheater
  • Duomo San Martino
  • Church of San Michele
  • Napoleon’s Square
  • Via Fillungo
  • Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore
  • St John’s Baptistery
  • Giotto’s Bell Tower
  • Ponte Vecchio Bridge
  • Santa Croce Square
  • Signoria Square

Accessibility information

  • Use of adapted vehicle for transportation
  • Involves walking/rolling between the sites
  • Santa Groce Cathedral: enter the church via a ramp. The aisles are easily accessible and there is a manual wheelchair that is available for free upon showing your ID
  • Church of San Michele: accessible via a ramp
  • The medieval city wall of Lucca is wheelchair accessible
  • Read more about the Galleria dell’Accademia and its accessibility by clicking here.

What is included?

  • Private tour
  • Tour duration: 9 hours
  • English-speaking driver guide
  • Private adapted vehicle
  • Flexible itinerary
  • Pick up from your accommodation, or from the cruise port of Livorno or La Spezia

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
  • Lucca is car-free, therefore the driver guide cannot enter the center with you. If preferred, we can add a private guided walking/rolling tour at an additional cost.
Lucca Square
Giotto's Bell Tower Florence
Cathedral Lucca

About this wheelchair accessible Florence and Lucca tour

After you meet your private driver-guide with a private adapted vehicle at your accommodation or the cruise port, the Accessible Florence and Lucca Tour begins with a visit to the charming medieval city of Lucca. During the years Lucca has kept its charm. This place has great architecture, massive city walls, bell towers, impressive churches, and beautiful squares. Lucca is also the birthplace of Giacomo Puccini, one of the famous Italian composers.

During your visit to Lucca, you will see the Roman Amphitheater, the Duomo San Martino, and the Church of San Michele. Enjoy a coffee break on Napoleon’s Square, before you pass through the main shopping street Via Fillungo. An ancient street that crosses through the little town, with many shops to try local delicacies and buy some souvenirs. One of the main highlights is the amazing ánd accessible city wall. Enjoy a (st)roll and the amazing views over the region.

Your tour continues towards Florence, also known as the Heart of the Renaissance with museums hosting more than 300.000 works of arts. In Florence, you see the main sights, such as the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore, St John’s Baptistery, Giotto’s Bell Tower, Ponte Vecchio Bridge, Santa Croce Square and Signoria Square. The L-shaped square where the Palazzo Vecchio is located.

At the end of the day, your driver-guide brings you back to the port or your accommodation again. But not before you pass the Michelangelo’s Square Lookout. It is one of the highest points from where you have a beautiful view of the whole city.


  • Visit the Accademia Gallery where Michelangelo’s David is kept. Read more about its accessibility by clicking here.
  • Visit the Uffizi Museum.

Please be advised that when your starting point is the port of La Spezia, we do not recommend to visit more than one museum due to the long distance from the port. You have to pay for the tickets when you are there.

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