How to get to Versilia
Versilia is served by the bus Fratelli Lazzi and Vaibus it is advisable to check timetables and stops directly on the websites of the companies.
The major resorts of Versilia are connected on the coastlines Ventimiglia-Turin-Genoa-Pisa-Roma and on the Milan-Livorno. The main stations are Viareggio, Forte dei Marmi and Pietrasanta. Some local trains also stop at the stations of Torre del Lago Puccini and Lido di Camaiore. On the track Florence-Lucca-Viareggio there is also Bozzano station that serves the town of Massarosa. For timetables visit the Trenitalia website (State Railways site).
For those coming from the north: A12 Genoa-Rosignano, direction Rosignano, exit at Versilia or Viareggio. Coming from Florence: A11 motorway Firenze-Mare, exit at Viareggio or Versilia. For those coming from the South: A1 highway to Florence, then A11 highway, exit Viareggio or Versilia. Alternatively national Aurelia (SS1).
There's only a touristic port in Versilia: Viareggio.
For those who choose a holiday in Versilia is better to organize a "multitasking" luggage with clothes that would enable a shift literally from "forest to the river", it could happen to take a walk on the Apuan Alps and spend a day at the seaside, as well as participate a festival in some village or take part to a private viewing in an art gallery! Be chameleon and enjoy the many possibilities offered by this Riviera.