Travel Guide to Lucca

Tips on restaurants, day itineraries, tours, hotels and much more

Must do’s in Lucca, Italy

The Serchio River

The Serchio River is located a few hundred meters from the city wall and is surrounded by a protected park. Italian families often come here to enjoy the fresh air, nature, and to take a dip in the river

Aqueduct Nottolini in Lucca

The Aqueduct in Lucca is a prominent Neoclassical architectural landmark but unfortunately most people that visit never make it to the Aqueduct because they don’t know it exists or they don’t know how easy it is to reach.

Torre Guinigi

Look over the breathtaking hills of Lucca on this incredible tower house in the center of Lucca. If you climb the 230 steps to reach the top of the tower you’ll be greeted by a small garden of Holm oak trees. A must when in Lucca!

Why Travel Guide to Lucca?

Lucca may not be the city I was born and raised in, but it is the city that I embraced as my home. Why I arrived at Lucca? I guess the stories about romantic Italian men are true, and I did indeed move to Lucca for love. Do you want to know more about why I started writing this blog about Lucca? Feel free to check out my about page and I’ll tell you all about it.


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