The itinerary touches the most interesting areas of the historical Lucca. The walk starts off from Porta San Pietro, which was in the past the only available access to the town for the foreigners. The first two legs inside the walls are the Ducal Palace, which dates back to the Napoleonic era, and St. Michael Church, built aside the ancient Roman forum. From here, passing through the characteristic Fillungo street, the route sequentially touches some of the most valuable masterpieces of the town's architecture, among which there is Piazza Anfiteatro. Afterwards, we will reach the impressive Renaissance walls and after a brief walk on the walls the route goes back into the medieval hamlet to visit the Guinigi Tower with its roof garden, and St. Martin Cathedral, extremely rich in works of art. The itinerary ends at the St Giovanni and Reparata Church, beneath whose foundation there is the most important archeological site of the town.