One of the strangest sights in Lucca is this fifteenth-century home, with a battlement tower surmounted by oak trees whose roots have grown into the room below.
Held in late autumn, the Lucca Comics is Europe’s largest comic festival and attracts thousands of fans, artists, authors and illustrators from around the world. Five days of panel discussions, workshops, contests and a marketplace fill the walled Tuscan town of Lucca.
Situated inside Palazzo Boccella, in the centre of the city, the museum of modern and contemporary art Lu.C.C.A. is an innovative museum project, a multipurpose structure with an international appeal that is at the same time a container of works of art, an educational space, but also a place to be lived every day. A museum designed for people and with people, where emotional involvement,...
A visit to this 17th-century villa with its magnificent gardens is well worthwhile.
The house where Giacomo Puccini was born in 1858 is now a museum, which houses portraits, scores, sketches and other memorabilia related to this famous composer's life and career.
This city square is built on an ancient Roman amphitheater situated in the heart of Lucca's historical center.
REOPENING 1 Jul 1630-2000 RESERVATIONS ARE A MUST. We're the closest winery to the walls of Lucca (4.5KM) & are a small family run winery producing our own grapes for structured wines, as well as olive oil, which can be purchased in the Cantina or shipped internationally since 2005. We grow and pick the grapes as well as produce the wines, all within 1 KM ( .6 miles) of the winery. We invite...
This tower is easily recognizable: it has a leaning tree growing out of its top.