Via Fillungo

Main street full of shops and bars.

Saint Frediano's Church
Via Santa Giustina
Piazza Napoleone
Piazza Napoleone

Lucca's largest square. contains the large palazzo ducale, now a government building.

Duomo di San Martino
Piazza di San Martino

Romanesque cathedral dating to 14th century. Contains the must-see Volto Santo and Ilaria del Carretto's Sarcophagus Note you have to pay to see this - By Jacopo della Quercia. Includes a sculpture of the crucifixion attributed to an eyewitness, Nicodemus. Some interesting carvings in the marble exterior, including a labyrinth.

Torre Guinigi
Via S. Andrea

This is a tower with trees atop it, a very dramatic sight, with good views of the city. no lift, many stairs.

Torre delle Ore
Via Fillungo

Ancient clock tower with original clock still working; is it possible to go upstairs on this tower too beautiful view on the city, good perspective of fillungo street.

Palazzo Mansi
Palazzo Pfanner
Via degli Asili
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4 €

Preserved rooms formerly inhabited by the Pfanner family, as well as a pleasant garden. Also on display, some 19th century medical equipment.

Domus Romana

Remains of an old roman home, have been partially excavated, and may be seen at via cesare battisi 15 (at via san giorgio. as of april, 2012, the entry fee was €3.

Roman amphitheater

To be found off the via fillungo, main entrance by piazza scarpellini. the remains of the amphitheater are gone. the houses there are of medieval origin, built where the spectator stands were. the amphitheatre hosts concerts and many international performers including van morrison and the eagles have played here.

Saint Michael's Church

Located in center of the roman forum