Public Transportation

Station located on the south side of town two blocks outside Porta San Pietro. Address: viale 55100, Viale Camillo Benso Cavour, 15, 55100 Lucca


Click here for the train schedule. Trenitalia also offers an app that can be dowloaded from the App Store.

Lucca railway station serves the city and comune of Lucca, in the region of Tuscany, central Italy. Opened in 1846, it forms part of the Viareggio–Florence railway, and is also the junction for lines to Pisa and to Aulla. All of these lines are only served by regional trains.

An unassuming bus station in Piazza Verdi.


The bus station in Lucca is located across Piazza Verdi from the tourist office, near Porta Sant’Anna.

The public transportation company that operates all the buses in Tuscany is called Autolinee Toscane. Check their website here.

Click here for the schedules of all bus lines in Lucca

Click here for the schedules of all bus lines from Lucca to other destinations

Click here for the ticket prices

Click here for info on how to buy tickets

Taxi and hot dog stand in case you have need. Located in Piazza Santa Maria


There are two major taxi stands inside the historic walls of Lucca. One at the north west end in Piazza Santa Maria, and the other at Piazza Napoleone in the south end.

Further information

Useful information about public transportation in Lucca: Trip Advisor

Tourist Offices

Lucca Tourist Information Center, Piazza Verdi near Porta Sant’Anna. For locations, click here.

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