The apartment is a 5-minute walk from the Basilica of San Frediano and 600 meters from Lucca Cathedral. It lies in the historic building of the 16th century on the ground floor of two-story 100 square meters, completely renovated in the historic center of Lucca beside birthplace of G. Puccini. The entrance. On the ground floor: entrance hall, utility room, 2 bedrooms, bathroom (shower) First floor: laundry, dining area, kitchen. The apartment also has a private garden.
- Apartment1076 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Min Stay2 nights
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- english, russian, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- Sep 18, 2018
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Charming and spacious
This VRBO was wonderful! Yes, there are a few stairs here and there, but we found that it added to the charm of the place. We all slept well as it was so quiet at night. We loved the location of it as well. We actually had so much fun eating at the local restaurants that we did not use the kitchen (except to store wine in the fridge). Linens were plentiful. Would stay here again!
Location, location! In the center of it all.
The apartment is in a perfect location for exploring Lucca- and easy walking distance to the train which gets you to Florence and Pisa easily. The apartment is very well equipped. Kitchen is fully functional, linens are clean, and beds comfortable. The only caveat is for those with mobility issues- the rooms all have a couple of steps, up or down, and the kitchen is a full flight up.
We loved our stay!
Great location and roomy place.
We enjoyed our stay and would definitely stay again.
Located right in the heart of Lucca yet tucked away down a quiet side street, this is an extremely spacious and comfortable apartment, unusual, full of character, simply furnished and with the bonus of a delightful enclosed courtyard garden. It was perfect for our needs, we enjoyed our stay and would definitely book again.
Location, location, location!
Just steps away from a fabulous plaza in the heart of Lucca! Floor plan was a bit funky with the kitchen upstairs and small, but didn't want to eat in anyway with all the great restaurants so close by! It worked very well for our family of four.
Ottima sistemazione assolutamente in centro, comodissima. Appartamento fantastico!!!
The first stop on any tour of Lucca Province must be Lucca itself, a city of ancient origins, surrounded by its boundary wall That dates back to the 16th-17th Centuries.
This great work of military engineering, with its ramparts and bastions, is today a unique and scenic public area. Particularly evocative is the old town, Which has kept intact its Medieval appearance composed of typical narrow streets and piazzas overlooked by stone towers, tower-houses and brick houses with arcades. Among the most typical streets, Via Fillungo stands out, the main axis here, surrounded by noble buildings and ancient towers the likes of the famous Clock Tower. Via Guinigi, where the complex of Medieval buildings built by well-to-do families is concentrated, is equally worth noting.
Particular Importance of religious architecture includes the Cathedral of San Martino with its magnificent facade and interiors rich in precious artworks; That the Cathedral Museum houses paintings, sculptures and liturgical furnishings; the Church of San Michele in Foro, a unique example of Pisan-Lucchese architecture; and the splendid Basilica of San Frediano.
Outstanding examples of civil architecture are: Villa Paul Guinigi (15th Century), site of the National Museum showcasing Etruscan and Roman archaeological finds and several painting collections; Palazzo Mansi with its priceless furnishings and site of Lucca's second National Museum; and the 17th-Century Palazzo Moriconi-Pfanner, a magnificent example of Baroque Lucchese, surrounded by a spectacular garden. Neither Should the birth house of musician Giacomo Puccini be passed up. It Has Been converted into a museum showcasing the teacher's documents and mementos.
The countryside in Lucca's environs offers the opportunity to visit magnificent villas, built between the late 16th and mid-19th Centuries to serve as the country residences and holiday homes for the nobility, to Sept. inside picturesque parks. Among them two stand out the most: Villa Torrigiani with its characteristic gardens, and Villa Mansi, a splendid 16th-Century construction with frescoed rooms and a grand garden designed by architect Filippo Juvarra.
Among the historic sites, Altopascio was of great Importance in Medieval times thanks to its position along the Via Francigena. The village preserves Romanesque-style buildings, churches and the famous 13th-Century bell tower, Which once guided travelers' with its tolls.
From the slopes of the Apuan Alps to the Migliarino-San Rossore-Massaciuccoli National Park, the splendid Versilian coastline is a highly-attractive tourist destination, thanks to its enchanting scenery, rich plant life and fascinating places. See the romantic Torre del Lago Puccini, where it is possible to see the house-museum of Giacomo Puccini; That it is here he found inspiration for His masterpiece Madame Butterfly.
Other touristic hotspots Within Versilia are Viareggio, famous for its carnival but anche for its beaches and nightlife; the elegant Forte dei Marmi; Pietrasanta and its rich artistic heritage; and Camaiore, with its Romanesque architecture.
Do not miss the Valley of Serchio or Garfagnana With Their characteristic villages - among them Borgo a Mozzano, famous for its spectacular Devil's Bridge; and Barga, an enchanting Medieval village with its Prized architecture.
Other towns typical of Garfagnana are Castelvecchio Pascoli, featuring the house-museum of Italian poet Giovanni Pascoli, and the chapel That guards His remains; and Castelnuovo di Garfagnana, Whose Cathedral and Fortress are nestled in a spectacular and inspiring landscape.
He offered for rent a two-level apartment about 100 square meters in the historical center of Lucca, situated in Citadel square near the house where was born Mr. Puccini. The apartment is situated in the ground floor with independent entrance. On the first level there is a corridor, a living-room, two bedrooms, a bath room with shower, a little storage. On the second level there is a laundry room (with the washing machine), a dining-area, a kitchen. There is anche a private garden. The apartment is very cool in summer and very quiet.
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