Churches in Lucca ̵...

Offering a facade signed by Guidetto da Como in 1204, Cattedrale di San Martino is a beautiful example of the Pisan-Lucchese Romanesque school of architecture. The church is home to the Volto Santo, Lucca’s most holy relic. The carved reliefs under the portico, some of which were...

Museums in Lucca –...

If you see a tower with trees growing out of the top, you have found the Museo Nazionale di Villa Guinigi. One of the most unusual sights in Lucca, the museum offers Etruscan and Roman artifacts, medieval paintings, and panels of intricately inlaid wood that depict the city of Lucca....

Lucca Villas and Hotels...

Creation of Elisa Baciocchi (sister to Napoleon Bonaparte) the Villa Reale has long been home to Lucca’s nobility. The villa features gorgeous 17th century gardens, a grotto, a labyrinth and a hidden theatre. Palazzo Pfanner is another site you don’t want to miss. Tour the...

What to see in Lucca &#...

Located near the banks of the river Serchio in Tuscany, Lucca offers visitors a wonderful experience of yesteryear. If you want to know Italy and tranquility of a small village in Tuscany, Lucca is the perfect destination, full of historic mansions, churches, medieval and Renaissance...

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