The Lunigiana is a fascinating and mysterious land, a territory that tells stories with its hamlets, parish churches and castles. And Pontremoli, known as the “city of bridges” because the Verde and Magra rivers pass through it, is no exception.
Its strategic position has been very important for the development of its culture and its traditions. It’s also located along the Via Francigena, historically making it the “gateway” to Tuscany.
To discover Pontremoli, on foot or by mountain bike, you can follow a variety of itineraries for every interest. Here are our recommendations for 4 opportunities to discover art, flavours and mysteries in Pontremoli.