Pietrasanta, 18 min
The capital of Versilia, it is a center for the processing of marble and bronze of international importance, a destination for sculptors from all over the world.
Forte dei Marmi, 22 min
It takes its name from the fort of the same name that stands in the center of the city and from the marbles that from the Apuane Alps were transported to the pier and then take the sea route.
Lucca, 27 min
It is a city famous all over the world for its walls that since the 1500s keep it as a treasure chest to discover. Among its streets are antique dealers, art galleries, artisan shops and countless monuments and churches. It is home to the Summer Music Festival and Lucca Comics
Pisa, 31 min
Famous all over the world for its Piazza dei Miracoli, with the Leaning Tower, it is a city rich in history where one of the most prestigious Italian universities is based.
Peaks, valleys and forests draw an alpine landscape and in just over half an hour from Viareggio you can find yourself in the quiet of these places, perhaps after a dip in the sea. For those who want to take an invigorating trip off the coast, the Apuane Alps and its historic villages are a must-see destination and an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of Versilia.
In neighboring Liguria: The Cinque Terre
they are one of the main tourist attractions of the breakaway Riviera, with the five villages of Monterosso, Vernazza, Corniglia, Manarola and Riomaggiore. They are accessible from Viareggio, during the summer period, with comfortable daily ferries.