Be sure to check out the most famous sites, the Ponte Vecchio, the Duomo including the bell tower and baptistery.
Once called the city of a hundred churches, because it seemed that there was a church on every corner, Lucca is now a small town known for its nest of art, artisans, and all things Tuscan.
Perfectly cultivated rows of grape vines line the estates along with olive trees, vegetable gardens, and flowers.
Highway 13 from Castelnuovo through the alps to Massa on the other side is the most spectacular piece of dangerous road I have ever driven.
If spending a day driving is not your thing maybe a day at the beach is more your style. Viareggio has some of the most interesting beaches we have encountered.