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- Piazza Garibaldi
- War Memorial of Viareggio
- Stabilimento Balneare Arizona
- Villa Borbone
- Massaciuccoli Lake
- Monument to the Resistance and to Peace
- Villa Puccini
- Museo del Carnevale
- La Cittadella del Carnevale
- B2K Balena 2000
- Statue of Burlamacco
- Villa Paolina
- Parco Giochi Bim Bum Bam
- Centro Matteucci Per L'Arte Moderna
- Piazza Shelley
- Stabilimento Balneare Vittoria
- Matilde Tower
- Pineta di Ponente
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Viareggio is an elegant Tuscan town on the coast north of Pisa. It was a fashionable resort at the end of the 19th century and retains a refined air with its Art Deco buildings along the main avenue and some distinguished mansions. Carnival time in February sees the town at its liveliest, but Viareggio also offers popular facilities for windsurfers and boat trips exploring the Tuscan coast. The beaches are among the most pristine along this stretch of the coast. Use the expert knowledge and experience of the Hotels.com site to find Viareggio hotels in all price brackets. Reserve the best value rooms in advance at Hotels.com and look forward to a relaxed stay in Tuscany.
What's Viareggio Like?
The largest seaside resort in Tuscany, Viareggio has an elegant atmosphere, encouraged by the stylish promenade with its distinctive Art Deco villas, smart shops and cafes. The sandy beaches here are mostly attached to private establishments and there is a small charge to use the facilities. There is a free beach just to the south of the center. The Pineta di Ponente is a charming park, with shaded walkways offering refuge from the Tuscan sun. Notable historic buildings in Viareggio include the 16th-century Torre Mathilde watchtower, the ornate villa of the composer Puccini, and a mansion built by Napoleon's sister in 1822. Carnival in February is a big deal in Viareggio and there is a town museum displaying floats, masks, and carnival costumes. The airy streets of Viareggio are arranged in a grid style, with plenty of high-end fashion boutiques and a covered market. Viareggio hotels offer the perfect base for exploring the Tuscan coast.
Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Viareggio
The majority of vacationers in Viareggio are Italian, so English is not always understood. Prepare a few handy Italian phrases to smooth your path. Although not quite as fashionable as it was in 1900, Viareggio is still a chic place. Locals dress up for the evening passeggiata, or stroll along the promenade, and for dinner. It's the ideal opportunity to dress up and join them. Cycling is a great way of getting around town and exploring the immediate surroundings on dedicated cycle paths. The hill villages of the Apuan Alps are within reach for more ambitious cyclists. Hotels.com offers all the information needed to find your best option from our selection of Viareggio hotels. Use our candid and accurate assessments from past guests, along with photos and sample room details, to get a strong idea of what to expect from Viareggio accommodation.