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]]>The Tuscan countryside is one of the most fascinating areas of Italy. Within the settlements since ancient times, Tuscany is home to historic small towns such as Lucca, San Gimignano and Siena, as well as city centers rich artistic and architectural like Pisa and Florence. If you want to spend a few days of complete relaxation in the heart of the campaign, with trips in city centers are unique to Lucca to all this and much more … great wines, churches and monuments which are unique in the world and all the delights of Tuscan cuisine !
]]>For formal dining at Lucca, you can not go wrong if you choose the Antico Caffé delle Mura. Try morsels of rabbit with tarragon salad or coffee and you'll be ecstatic. This restaurant is also an excellent opportunity to spend a few moments romentici in the company of a loved one.
]]>Lucca is one of the most beautiful cities of Tuscany, the ideal destination to complete your trip to Florence. Just an hour's drive you can admire all the landscapes of the Tuscan countryside. To appreciate the beauty of nature, you can choose to choose to stay in one of the beautiful ancient villas that surround the historic center of Lucca. This way you can completely relax and reach within minutes the center of Lucca, with all its historical and architectural beauties.
]]>One of the best ways to spend a romantic weekend with your lover is to find a hotel in the Tuscan countryside. Unique landscapes in the world, enchanting atmosphere will make you get out of reality and appreciate the beauty of this region. Lucca is a great accommodation for visiting the Renaissance beauty of Florence and the small medieval towns like Siena. Numerous historical villas around Lucca may be the perfect love nest for your romantic weekend.
]]>Leo is an excellent choice for tourists who want to eat well without spending a fortune. The cuisine is traditional and includes some special dishes like spaghetti bacon and peas, soup and five ceriale and many other dishes really delicious.
]]>Inside the Church of San Michele in Foro in Lucca you can admire the Madonna with Child “by Matthew Civitali. The twelfth-century Romanesque church also offers unique paintings by Filippo Lippi, a student of Sandro Botticelli, and beautiful examples of medieval graffiti.
]]>15adminhttp://www.hotelhambros.com/discoverlucca/?p=502010-01-11T17:44:07Z2010-01-09T09:40:23ZPuccini and Ezra Pound were frequent diners at La Buca di Sant’Antonio. The restaurant features a constantly changing menu, but diners can expect to find such gastronomic delights as sella di coniglio lardellata su radicchietti di campo (a cold rabbit soup) and capretto nostrale allo spiedo con patate arrosto e sformato di carciof (a specialty dish of spit-roasted kid with artichoke pudding and roasted potatoes).
]]>Built in the 12th century with a Pisan-style facade, the Santa Maria Forisportum features two 17th century Guercino paintings, St. Lucy and Assumption. Visitors to the church can also take in the Porta San Gervasio, a preserved gate from the 1200s, and a former moat.
]]>21adminhttp://www.hotelhambros.com/discoverlucca/?p=402010-01-11T17:42:51Z2010-01-02T09:15:33ZLucca offers a quieter nightlife than the larger Italian cities. The Teatro del Giglio offers classical plays and concerts. Happy Days Ristopub, Betty Blu and the Pinocchio Club are a few of the cocktail bars in Lucca. Nighclubs such as Eko in Lammari, Il Pianeta in Antraccoli and Red Home in Ponte are only a short distance away.
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]]>20adminhttp://www.hotelhambros.com/discoverlucca/?p=352010-01-11T17:42:06Z2009-12-29T10:06:49ZMusic lovers will enjoy Casa di Puccini, the 1858 birthplace of composer Giacomo Puccini. Visitors can view scores, portraits, sketches and other memorabilia of Puccini’s life and career.