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Modern and period rentals
Inside the charming old town many of the holiday rentals in Lucca are housed in period buildings but, alongside this side linked to the past, flank the modernity of services and equipment offered. Independent rentals organised on several floors, equipped with every comfort and, sometimes, even a terrace to live in the company of family and friends, make your stay enjoyable. Also in the central area you can rent several rentals of small size but super-accessorized and particularly relaxing and bright. The proximity to the main city monuments and shopping streets makes this residential solution very interesting.
Holiday rentals in Lucca
The private holiday lettings in Lucca are located just a few metres from the best spots in town, so you will have restaurants, nightclubs and shops of all kinds just a few steps away. Some of them are furnished with period furniture and offer particularly evocative atmospheres, but you can also find more luxurious ones. Among the holiday rentals, you can also choose a villa in Lucca, which is more spacious if you want to travel with large groups.
Dream holiday lettings in Lucca are not only beautifully decorated or architecturally pleasing, but also offer a lot to those who stay there:
- Hot tubs
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The area and getting around
A city where you can breathe history
In all likelihood your affordable holiday lettings in Lucca could date back to the Middle Ages or the Renaissance and have all the charm of history. The city, in fact, surrounded by prestigious sixteenth-century walls, is one of the most fascinating cities of art in Italy. It is located in the north-western part of Tuscany, between the Altopiano delle Pizzorne and Monte Serra, which separates it from Pisa.
Better leave the car at home
Your holiday letting in Lucca could be in the pedestrian area of the historic centre and, if you decide to arrive at your destination by car ask the owners of the property if there is a parking lot and a transit permit for residents. Arriving by train is definitely more comfortable and the local station is just a few minutes walk from the city centre. From Florence, Pisa and Viareggio there are also buses leading into the city walls.
Who would love to visit Lucca?
For lovers of music and comics
Lucca is home to many events that take place annually and that attract many visitors to the appointment. Among the most anticipated there is certainly the Summer Festival, usually organized for the month of July. The event includes, in different corners of the city, concerts and musical meetings with internationally recognized artists. In autumn, however, Lucca opens its doors to fans of comics, hosting within its walls Lucca Comics & Games. During this international festival of comics, the most prestigious in Italy, adults and children wear costumes inspired by the most famous heroes of the world of cartoons and, meanwhile, wander through the stalls of the exhibition market. Keep an eye out for all the events in the city so that you can book a holiday letting in Lucca for the date and enjoy them.
Lucca for those who love art
Useless hard that Lucca, like all Tuscan cities, is prodigal of artistic masterpieces and really not to be missed for those who are passionate about the sector. Surely you can not miss the opportunity to see up close the famous sarcophagus of Ilaria del Carretto, made by Jacopo della Quercia and housed in the Cathedral of the city, just as a wonderful artistic masterpiece. Viareggio, about 30 minutes from Lucca, also boasts several museums that offer a unique cultural experience. From the Carnival Museum to the Museum of Seafaring, these spaces showcase the history, art and tradition of the seaside town, giving visitors a fascinating insight into its heritage. But if you want more time to explore them than a day trip will allow, we recommend renting a holiday rental and letting in Viareggio.
Did you know that in Lucca, in 1845, the last execution with guillotine took place in Italy?!
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Top 5 travel tips in Lucca
1. Climbing the Towers
To discover Lucca from an unusual point of view, look at it from above. Climb up the Guinigi Tower or keep fit by tackling one by one the 207 steps leading to the top of the Hours Tower. The view is certainly worth the effort and the gaze can sweep over the characteristic roofs of Lucca and fully appreciate the harmony and sophistication of the urban structure. Have fun, if you think so, also try to locate your family-friendly holiday lettings in Lucca from above.
2. Walk around the walls
The historic walls of Lucca are amazing not so much for their 12 metres high but, above all, for the 4 kilometres long and 30 metres wide. To walk along them is very pleasant also because, being so spacious, they have been transformed from a defensive structure to a quiet tree-lined avenue. A very special place, where you can do sports, attend events or, more simply, walk while enjoying the view.
3. A visit to the Puccini Museum
The museum dedicated to Giacomo Puccini, in the city centre, opens the doors of the house where the musician lives. Objects belonging to the composer, costumes, scores, letters and instruments are an interesting testimony of his early years and his early musical approaches. you can find the perfect holiday rental in Lucca close to these types of tourist attractions.
4. Attend a concert in Piazza Napoleone
Lucca is renowned for its music scene, and Piazza Napoleone is the main square where concerts and events take place. Book a holiday letting in Lucca and experience live performances by local musicians or internationally acclaimed artists in this historic square, surrounded by stunning architecture and a vibrant atmosphere.
5. Explore the historic centre
Lucca's historic centre is a charming maze of narrow streets, picturesque squares, and medieval architecture. Take a leisurely stroll, visit the stunning Cathedral of San Martino, discover hidden gems, and indulge in the local cuisine at one of the many restaurants and cafes.