ULTIMATE GUIDE TO ONE DAY IN LUCCA, TUSCANY
Lucca is a medieval city in Tuscany which lies on the Serchio River and is well-known for its incredibly well preserved Renaissance walls encapsulating the whole city centre and its quintessential cobble stone streets. It’s the perfect place to stroll or cycle the tree lined 16th and 17th century ramparts. Don’t miss Casa di Puccini, which is the birth place of the great opera composer and is now a museum.
This is a guide to how to best spend a day in Lucca and aims to highlight all the must see attractions as well as places to eat and drink together with some accommodation options if you are lucky enough to spend more than a day in the town.
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Where is Lucca Located?
This picture perfect medieval city is located in the west of Italy in Tuscany and is easily accessible from most parts of Italy with the wonderful transport links by rail, road and international airports. Lucca is the perfect destination for a day trip or a weekend of leisure. Lucca has an inland position but is only 22 Km from the coast if you want to consider using Lucca as a base to visit other areas within the region.
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When Is The Best Time To Visit Lucca?
Lucca can be visited anytime of the year, however it may be best to try and avoid the peak summer season when accommodation costs are particularly high, along with the number of visitors.
Shoulder season is the perfect time to visit, April, May, September and October are perfect as the weather is still beautiful and warm, accommodation is priced a little more reasonably plus the crowds and visitors are much less with the children’s school holidays over.
How To Get To Lucca
Lucca is straight forward to visit from most of Italy and very accessible from Florence, where you can hop on one of Trenitalia’s train for €7.90 each way with a short train ride and pretty Tuscan views.
The closest airport to Lucca is Pisa Galileo Galilei Airport and is located around 30 minutes, approximately 18 Km in distance and is the most convenient if you’re flying straight into Italy. From the airport, hop on the PisaMover Bus to Pisa Centrale which costs around €2.70 per person and comes every 5-10 minutes. Once at Pisa Centrale, buy a ticket for Lucca and join one of the regular scheduled trains.
- Search & book the best flights for your Lucca trip with Skyscanner
Lucca train station is located five minutes outside the city walls where you’ll be entering via the Porta San Pietro. It’s pretty easy to walk from the station into Lucca however note that if you’re staying in a hotel in the centre of Lucca, there are a lot of cobblestone streets with uphill walks so leave yourself plenty of time, maybe 30 minutes or so to complete this part of the journey.
Be-lavie Tip: When leaving, allow yourself at least 30 minutesto get to Lucca Station so you’re not late for your onward connections.
Lucca can be accessed from a number of popular cities in Italy. Lucca is only…
- 30 minutes away from Pisa
- 70 minutes from Cinque Terre
- 90 mInutes from Florence
- 3.5 hours from Arezzo
Tickets can be purchased at the time of travel but also in advance via Italia Rail, National Rail (Trenitalia).
- Search & book the best train route Lucca trip with Trainline
If visiting Lucca forms the basis of a longer trip to Italy, the most flexible way to travel is by hiring a car.
It’s good to note that the centre of Lucca is ZTL, zones of restricted circulation, therefore you will not be able to drive freely, however you will be able to find reasonable priced car parks just outside of the city walls in a few locations.
- Search & Book hire cars with Europcar
- Parking in Lucca is more expensive within the walls, it’s sensible to opt for a car park outside
Be-lavie Tip: Parking is a little more expensive within the walls of Lucca, so do check out a few car parks outside such as Parcheggio Carducci
How To Get Around Lucca?
The historical centre of Lucca is pretty compact and very easily walkable. Be weary of the cobbled stone streets and uneven points. You could of course hire a bicycle if you wish to ride along the city walls but it’s not a necessity.
How To Spend A Day in Lucca
Here are the best things to see and do in Lucca with a few extras that you can combine if you’re lucky enough to have more time in the city.
Be-lavie Tip: If you’re in Lucca just for the day, it’s best to head for the views first. So climb the towers and viewpoints as early in the. day as possible as there will be less people climbing and also it’s cooler earlier in the day.
Climb The Torre Guigini – One Day In Lucca
Climbing the tallest tower or even structure in Lucca is a must, the Guigini Tower is around 44.25 metres in height and has trees sprouting from the top. Yes you heard that right, there is a little tree filled garden at the top.
The tower was constructed to represent the Guigini family’s wealth and standing in the 1300s. If you’ve travelled Italy, you may have noticed that wealthy Italian families often built towers to compete with each in the cities they were from.
Lucca once had in the region of 250 towers, however now there only remains nine. The Guigini Tower was said to be intentionally built to have a kind of a rooftop garden look with Holm oak trees, to distinguish it from the other towers -It most certainly stands out.
The tower is worth, the approximately 230 step, climb from the magnificent city views from under the tree branches. Not only does it have all the right co-ordinated hues of terracotta but its noticeable that Lucca not only has a great defence in the form of its wall but in addition the Tuscan hills surround it and virtually hide it from possible attack.
Be-lavie Tip: In the warmer months visit as early as possible (as close to opening as you can) so there’s not too many people at the top and not as crowded on the steps. Alternatively, sunset is a really pretty time to go and see the rooftops covered in an extra golden hue.
- Location: (Old Town Centre) 45 Via Sant’ Andrea (entrance) I Tel. +39 0583 48090
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- Tickets: €5 adult / €4 reduced, or €12 combined ticket (includes Torre del Ore and Botanical Gardens). Guided visits are available and last 45 minutes.
- Hours: 10:00 am with closing times depending upon season. In summer (June-September), it closes at 8pm (last entry at 19:15 pm), 1830 pm (April-May), 17:30 pm (March & October), and 16:30 pm (November-February).
- Pro Tip: The stairs inside the Guigini Tower are modern steel and therefore a lot wider and much easier to access for most. Please note, there is no lift.
Head Up To The Torre Dell’Ore (Clock Tower)
If there is just one more tower you have the energy to climb then pick the Torre dell’ore. The climb is steep but not too long at 207 steps.
There has always been a clock tower Via Fillungo since 1390, however the clock workings have been through a few renovations in the following centuries.
The climb is pretty quick and short with 207 wooden steps to the top. This is by far the highest tower in Lucca and you can see the Torre Guinigi from here and it’s rooftop garden. Look out for the narrow wooden staircase and the ringing bells as you arrive at the top.
- Location: Via Fillungo, 55100 Lucca I Tel. +39 0583 48090
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- Tickets: €5 adult or €4 reduced entry. If you intend to climb both Lucca towers, consider opting for the €12/ €9 combined ticket. It includes entry to Torre Guinigi, Torre dell’Ore, plus the Botanical Gardens.
- Hours: 09.30 and closing times are dependent upon season. Summer (1st June-20th September), it closes at 19:30. From 21st March-31st May and 21st-31st September it closes at 18:30 and between 1st October and 4th November it closes at 16:00. The Torre dell’ore is closed from 5th November through to 20th March.
- Pro Tip: Purchase your tickets in advance just incase they decide to restrict numbers on the day. Purchase tickets via the Official Lucca Website otherwise all tickets including the combined will need to be bought at the Torre Guigini as the Torre dell/ore does not sell it’s own entry tickets.
Walk Lucca’s Medieval Walls
The purpose of the ramparts is clearly for defence and their construction started in 1545, which was much later than other fortifications of this kind that generally date back to the medieval period. By the 19th Century, the walls became redundant on order. of Napoleon’s sister and were therefore converted into the beautiful nature filled green space you see today. This was deemed quite the feat for the time.
Walking along the walls is one of the most romantic activities you can enjoy in Lucca. When you’re strolling along the wall walkways you’ll see the bellow of laughter as the older gentlemen congregate for their daily conflab, starry eyed lovers gliding along hand in hand, children playing, riding their bicycles, joggers, dog-walkers and then tourists watching the everyday scenes of Lucca unfolding.
Be-lavie Tip: If you’re in Lucca for a day, why not head to one of the deli’s in the old squares and grab some picnic items. There are plenty of spots along the walls to people watch and eat some local food.
Another excellent way to admire the walls is by renting bicycles and peddling a couple of circuits of the wall. Alternatively, take a pre or post aperitivo passeggiata to get your bearings. There are. a few aperitivo cafes along the route if you’re feeling the thirst!
Views from the walls are stunning. You’ll see rooftops, churches, the botanical gardens, houses all with the rolling Tuscan hills as the distant backdrop.
If you’re hanging around the walls in the early evening or around aperitivo time, leave near the Veneto. The area is filled with some great cafes which specialise in spritz and cold cuts with cheese.
Note the ‘porta’ within the walls at Sant’Anna, Santa Maria, San Pietro, San Donato and Elisa. These can be described as points of entry or even thoroughfare points where you can visualise how things were done in Lucca prior to transport.
Stroll Through Piazza dell’Anfiteatro – One Day In Lucca
This is Lucca’s busiest square and encased in its almost arcade like walls are an array of restaurants. Do bear in mind that this is the main square, that this means there will be a lot of tourists and it’s noticeable in some of the restaurants and cafes. You can still enjoy a drink or some lunch in the square and people watch. The day sees the square filled with artisan producers and the evenings are mostly filled with social dinners as well as concerts during the summer months.
The square was fortified five centuries after being appointed in 1 AD with the erection of houses and shops within the walls and carcass of the arena in the middles ages which meant that Lucca’s amphitheatre had gone.
Lorenzo Nottolini, who has contributed to the many architectural structures in Lucca during the 19th century with some of the buildings in the space being knocked down or built to fit in with the arena and once again Lucca had its centre piece of a piazza.
Some recommended restaurants on the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, which remain quite authentic are Trattoria Da Ubaldo (for its aesthetics), Osteria Baralla (for its traditional Tuscan dishes) and maybe even Uashmama.
Meat eaters will be spoilt for choice at Cicc which serves up hearty Tuscany dishes and is also great value for money.
Be-lavie Tip: Eateries in Piazza dell’Anfiteatro will natural.ly cost a little bit more due to it’s prime location. If you’re on. a budget and watching the pennies, grab a drink and food at Piazza San Frediana.
- Location: 55100 Lucca
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Discover The Gardens of Palazzo Pfanner
Built in the late 1600s, this elegant palace was home to a few local families until the Duke of Lucca decided he wanted a German Brewer in town! The brewer, names Felix Pfanner, ran a shop in the garden and cellars. His beers were such a hit he bought the whole palace!
The manicured gardens are interspersed with stone statues complementing the Baroque style courtyard and are a beautiful haven of peace and tranquility.
Fun Fact: ‘Portraits of a Lady’ with Nicole Kidman had some scenes filmed here.
Be-lavie Tip: A big part of the palace is still owned by the Pfanner family and is private to the public, which makes the entry price seem rather expensive. We would recommend paying the price (€4.50) for the gardens and admiring the palace from afar if budget is tight.
- Location: Via degli Asili, 33, 55100 Lucca
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- Tickets: €6.50 (gardens + palazzo) and €4.50 for either gardens or palazzo
- Hours: Gardens open April-November. 10:00-18:00 Mon-Sun
Learn About Music at The Puccini Museum
Classical music fans, must visit the small but perfectly formed Puccini House Museum. The composer was born in this house in 1858, Puccini is known as Lucca’s favourite son.
The house has been lovingly restored, too reflect his talent for writing music and is a bit like a homage to his life and musical career. The museum itself will give you a great appreciation for his music and may even convert non-fans!
If you’re a fan of Puccini and would like to experience some of his music live, check out these recitals and operas in Lucca, held in the city’s churches and open spaces.
- Location: Corte S. Lorenzo, 9, 55100 Lucca
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- Tickets: €9 for adults
- Hours Mon-Sun 10:00-19:00
Be-lavie Tip: The summer aptly sees many Puccini concerts in Lucca to include recitals which can be enjoyed at the old church of San Giovanni every Thursday through to Sunday.
Admire The Chiesa Del Santiago Giovanni Reparata
Also known. as Lucca cathedral, this historic church is located in the old town in the Piazza San Martino and is known throughout Italy for its stunning façade featuring a series of archways and ornate portico frame around the front doors. It was constructed in the 11th century and redesigned to its current form in the Renaissance period.
- Location: Piazza S. Giovanni, 55100 Lucca
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- Tickets: €10 best value is the combined ticket (Cathedral + Belltower + Museum + Church of Saints Giovanni and Reparata with Baptistery and archaeological area)
- Hours: 10:00-18:00 Mon-Sun
Chiesa Di San Michele In Foro
The Basilica di San Michele features a very unique exterior in the city and is located right in the centre of Lucca. The current design dates back to the 13th century. Above the main arches of the façade are four additional rows of ornate arches and columns that feature a number of different colours and designs including various wild animals. There is beautiful stonework around the rose windows, inside there are artworks by Luca della Robbia and Filippno Lippi.
Piazza San Michele is one of the best places to people watch and has a much less touristy vibe to the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro, which is located just a few minutes away.
The square is perfect for breakfast cappuccino’s, freshly baked warm pastries, sipping on glasses of wine and popping into the delis and independent shops to grab food on the go. There’s even some street entertainment, in the form of street musicians playing. the scores of the great Puccini.
Be-lavie Tip: According to local legend, the diamond set in the angel’s statue can only be seen shining from a certain perspective in the piazza, when it turns dark. See if you can spot this perspective!
- Piazza San Michele, 55100 Lucca
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- Tickets: Free admission
- Hours: 09:00-1800 Mon-Sun
- Attire: Please dress appropriately at all places. of worship.
Basilica Di San Frediano
The basilica is deemed one of the holiest and oldest places to worship in Lucca, dating back to the 6th century. It’s most recognised by the monumental gold mosaic and ornate bell tower on the exterior and is definitely worth a visit in my opinion. Frediano was an Irish bishop in Lucca in the first half of the 6th century and had the church built to his specifications.
Depicted in the mosaic is the ascension of Christ – you can clearly see the central figure of Christ surrounded by angels and his apostles, the detail and colours are simply fantastic.
- Location: Piazza S. Frediano, 55100 Lucca
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- Tickets: €3.00
- Hours: 09:00-18:00 Mon-Sun
Orto Botanico Comunale Di Lucca – One day in Lucca
Lucca Botanical gardens cover two of the bastions on the city wall and were established in 1802 by the Duchess of Parma and houses numerous greenhouses, varieties of cacti as well as floral and herb collections. The gardens are beautifully manicured and well preserved.
- Location: Rampa San Regolo, 55100 Lucca
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- Tickets: Buy. combined ticket for the Guinigi Tower and Torre Dell’ore which also includes the Orto Botanico Comunale Di Lucca.
- Hours: Mon-Sun 10:30-18:00
Acquedotto Del Nottolini
This structure was once used to carry water from the mountains into the city and contained 400 arches made from stone stretching for three km.
- Location: Via Tempietto, 388, 55100 Lucca
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Piazzale Napoleane & Giglio Theatre
Two pretty squares in Lucca, may be notable to visit with some beautiful surrounding architecture and large open spaces. They are both only a short walk from the Amfiteatro and you should pass by then on route to the train station.
- Location: Piazza del Giglio, 13/15, 55100 Lucca.
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- Location: P.za Napoleone, 55100 Lucca
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Recommended Lucca Experiences If You’re Short Of Time
Is Lucca Romantic? Private & Extra Special Experiences
Lucca is one. of the most romantic locations in the whole of Tuscany. It’s small size and dreamy architecture, city walls, boutique palazzo hotels, delicious low lit vaulted restaurants and open spaces make it perfect for couples wanting to spend time discovering a more intimate location.
If you’re in Lucca for a honeymoon or special occasion, book some private tours to create extra special memories. and if budget allows, why not opt to make the trip a once in a lifetime affair…
Day Trip Experiences From Lucca
If you have a day or two free in Lucca or are using it as a base to discover the surrounding but prefer to go on small group tours, have a look at these suggestions, curated by us. You can take the train to any of these locations and join a organsied tour or wander solo if you wish.
Where To Eat & Drink In Lucca
As with most Italian cities and towns, Lucca is no exception when it comes to fantastic food and drinks spots. Here are some great suggestions to have breakfast, lunch, dinner, grab an aperitivo or simply just to grab. a coffee and people watch!
Places to Eat In Lucca
Caffè Manon Lescaut
Perfect for: Breakfast or Coffee
Located in the same piazza as the Puccini Museum, Caffè Manon Lescaut is a great place to grab a pew outside and take in the acoustics of chatter all around you, bouncing off the beige-hued buildings. They do a great cappuccino and a selection of pastries and light bites. It’s perfect for breakfast or lunch.
Be-lavie Tip: Tie in this cafe spot with a visit to the Puccini Museum
- Location: Piazza Cittadella, 16, 55100 Lucca
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- Mon-Sun 09:00-21:00. Closed Thurs
- Price Range: £
Pasticceria Fabbrica Buccellato Taddeucci
Perfect For: Picnic-style delicatessen foods
One of the things you have to do when in Lucca is head to one of the delis such as Pasticceria Fabbrica Buccellato Taddeucci and buy a medley of items for a picnic along the city walls. It’s quite a memorable thing to do, especially when the weather is fine, surrounded by rolling hills and mountains in the backdrop.
- Location: Piazza San Michele, 34, 55100 Lucca
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- Hours: Mon-Sun 08:30-21:00
- Prive Range: €/€€
Other Places To Eat
Here are some local gems that were recommended to try by those who live in Lucca as well as readers of Be-lavie.
Be-lavie Tip: If there is a particular restaurant you like the look of or has been recommended, ensure you make a reservation. many of the restaurants are small and therefore fill up. Save yourself the disappointment and be prepared.
- Osteria Pasquale – Locally sourced, seasonal fare that is great quality, reasonably priced, laid-back atmosphere, more meat choices but a good range for the vegetarians too. I Locate on Maps
- Forno a Vapore Amedeo Giusti – If you love Focaccio, this place is a popular haunt for the locals and they serve sweet as well as savoury versions. It’s pretty reasonably priced too. I Locate on Maps
- Gli Orti di Via Elisa – For a more fine dining sort of formal sit down affair of pizza. I Locate on Maps
- Antica Bottega di Prospero – A great deli style shop selling local wine, cheese, meat cuts, honey, oil, jars of sauces and lots more. I Locate on Maps
- Pizzeria da Felice – This is Lucca’s oldest family run pizzeria. Pizzas are served by the slice and its a real unfussy affair here. No need to book, just turn up, select a slice, sit at the high stools and demolish! They also sell Castagnaccio (pancakes made from chestnut flour and filled with sweet ricotta). I Locate on Maps
- Enotecca Vanni – A laid-back wine bar with an excellent cellar. You can even purchase a bottle. or two to take away and enjoy later. I Locate on Maps
- Trattoria da Giulio – Traditional Tuscan dishes, served beside the city walls. A little bit of a hidden gem in terms of location. I Locate on Maps
- Antica Drogheria – Renowned for its simple yet delicious Truffle Pasta. This is a very local restaurant and feels super authentic.I Locate on Maps
- Da Franceso – Simple, affordable and tasty pasta and wine served fuss free. Great for a budget-friendly meal with Tusca falvour. Locate on Maps
- Bottega del Gelato – You have to have Gelato when in Italy, let alone Lucca, and this place serves it by the cup or cone. Locate on Maps
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Places to Drink in Lucca
Perfect for: Cockail & wine bar (Tusan food is also served).
This is a great place to stop off as you’re walking the green spaces of the city walls and work up a thirst. You can grab some great Tuscan dishes here for diner as well as light lunches. It’s a wonderful place for a drink too at maybe aperitivo hour. They also do some mean spritzes!
- Location: Viale delle, Via delle Mura Urbane, 10, 55100 Lucca
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- Hours: 08:00-00:00 Mon-Sun
- Price Range: €€
Other Places To Drink
- Caffeteia Turandot I Locate on Map I Great for Vermentino wine, €5 per glass.
- Marsili Costantino I Locate on Map I Great wines including Vermentino at a reasonable price.
- ReWine Bar I Locate on Maps I Good for understated cocktails and wines.
- Lebowskis. I Locate on Maps I Great Cocktail Bar.
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Where To Stay In Lucca
If you’re staying in Lucca for more than a day, to get the full authentic experience, we’d recommend staying within the walls in the old part of the city.
Lucca has accommodation options to suit everyone, from luxury to mid-range hotels and B&B guesthouses and also a few good value rooms if budget is a priority.
Here are some accommodation options recommended to us by our readers and local friends.
Be-lavie Tip: Staying within the walls of lucca means that super budget friendly accommodation can be quite difficult. For the purposes of this guide, we’ve located accommodation below €100 as in the more budget friendly/ good value category. For accommodation which is between the €50-80 price mark per night, look further a field such as 2-4 miles from Lucca, especially if you have access to a car
- Hotel Palazzo Alexander // Classic Luxury – Think Baroque Palazzo, grand pieces of furniture, top notch service, central location, attentive staff and incredible cuisine I Locate on Map
- Palazzo Dipinto // Modern Luxury – The same level of luxury as Hotel Palazzo Alexander but with a more modern yet sleek. I Locate on Maps
- Corte Toro // Mid-Range – This is a cute family run guest house/B&B with very comfortable rooms and a delicious Italian breakfast. They also have a terrace where you can sit out and enjoy an aperitivo or two. Locate on Maps.
- Villa Agnese Suites // Good-value – Located opposite the historic walls of Lucca, this property has beautifully finished rooms which are almost suite like. The gardens are stunning and the villa itself is traditional with all the old world feels. Breakfast is typically Italian with a range of delicious sweet treats and coffees.
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Many people head to Lucca for the day but if you have the luxury of time, take things at a slower pace and consider some of the extras you. can do using Lucca as a base.
One Day in Lucca
This may be quite a tight itineray but omit what doesn’t interest you enjoy your time slowly absorbing Lucca.
- As soon as you arrive by train walk straight through the main gates and plan to tackle the views first.
- Pass through the Piazzale Napoleane & Giglio Theatre Square.
- Climb the Guinigi Tower
- Next head for the Torre Dell’Ore.
- Have a coffee and pastry in the square outside the Puccini Museum.
- Head to the Puccini Museum if you love Opera.
- Discover Palazzo Pfanner/Gardens and stroll through to the Piazza dell’Anfiteatro.
- Admire The Chiesa Del Santiago Giovanni Reparata and go inside if time allows.
- Visit the Chiesa San Michele in Foro.
- Purchase some picnic items from the delis in Piazza San Michele or have lunch in a cafe.
- Head to the city walls and find a picnic spot.
- Cycle or walk the walls and take in the views, stop off for a drink at a one of the many cafes.
- Whilst in the area, stop by the Orto Botanico Comunale Di Lucca.
- Final stop, drop by the Acquedotto Del Nottolini.
- Grab a aperitivo in one of the many wine bars or squares before heading back to the train station.
Two Days in Lucca
- Same as One Day itinerary but do things at a slower pace.
- Head on a day trip on the second day to Pisa or Florence.
- Sample more of the foodie spots in Lucca.
Three Days in Lucca
- Same as One Day itinerary but in a slower fashion.
- Take a day trip as above or visit Cinque Terre for a long day.
- Spend the day relaxing at your accommodation with more of a slower day, hanging out a cafes.
Be-lavie Top Tips & Recommendations
#7 If you like riding bicycles and want to discover more of the surrounding area of Tuscany, then here is a suggestion on bike hire companies, we were recommended.
One Day In Lucca Round-Up
Lucca really is one of the best medieval cities you can visit in Tuscany. It has a whole host of the things to do, see and do. It’s location means that you can also enjoy some of the other parts of Italy which are easily accessible for day trips via the train. Lucca is a place that can be enjoyed as part of a longer trip or as a destination on its own for a more slower holiday experience. The town has the cutest and old world feel hotels housed in some impressive palaces. Additionally the dining seen in Lucca is out of this world. There is simply everything for everyone in this small walled city in the Tuscan hills.
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