How to arrive in Capannori

Capannori is located in the province of Lucca, in the heart of the plain.
Distances: 6 km from Lucca, 40 km from Pisa, 65 km from Florence.


By car

If you come from north, take the A1 highway (autostrada del Sole) to Florence. Near Parma, follow the route to La Spezia, go across the Cisa pass and proceed toward Livorno. Take the A12 highway and near Viareggio follow the route to Lucca. Take the A11 highway called Firenze - Mare and exit in "Capannori".
If you come from south, take the A1 highway (autostrada del Sole) to Milan. Near Parma, follow the route to Pisa Nord (A12 Genova - Livorno). Take the A11 highway Firenze - Mare and exit in "Capannori".
Follow further indications to the centre of Capannori from the highway exit.

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By coach

The territory of Capannori is served by bus service (Lazzi and Clap). 

For further information about the timetable consult the following websties: and


By train

The station of Tassignano-Capannori is situated in Tassignano and it is one of the stops of the line Firenze - Viareggio. The station of Tassignano is 2 km away from the centre of Capannori.

For further information about the timetable consult the website


By plane

The nearest airports are the Galileo Galilei in Pisa and the Amerigo Vespucci in Florence. From there people can reach Capannori by train or coach.

As far as the territory of Capannori is concerned, there is the airport of Lucca - Tassignano in the fraction of Tassignano, which is opened to touristic traffic and to private flight with private or hired aicrafts (it does not hold passenger or commercial flights).

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The municipality and its fraction

The origins of Capannori

How to arrive Capannpori

Art and Architecture


Permanent Exhibition and Museums

The Villas

The Parish

The Church

The Courts

Astronomic observatory

Sites of naturalistic interest

Flavours, produce and recipe of the local tradition

Tematic paths and itineraries

Historical personages

Legends and folk stories

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