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Lucca’s a brilliant base for exploring more of Tuscany. See the sights of stunning Sienna, the medieval towers of romantic San Gimignano or treasure-stuffed Florence. The bus network is handy for visiting nearby cities but hiring a car is the best way to explore the gorgeous countryside at your own pace.
Love wine? You’ll adore Lucca – it’s in the prime place for sampling locally-made bottles. Explore the idyllic vineyards surrounding the city, with more than 20 wineries to choose from. Fattoria al Dotto is one of our favourites, where you can pair wines with antipasti while soaking up beautiful rural views.
Trimmed by trees and lush gardens, Lucca’s perfectly preserved city walls are a must-do. Meander along the 4.9km centuries-old promenade that runs along the ramparts and enjoy the sweeping views into the city’s medieval streets. You can even cycle the circuit if you fancy, with bike hire from Piazza Santa Maria.
Lucca City, Lucca
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Lucca City, Lucca
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Renaissance-era city walls stand as Lucca’s really famous marvel. There’s a grand Gothic cathedral and characterful, neoclassical aqueduct, making this historic city quite charming. If you’re looking for a meeting place, Piazza Napoleone is a majestic square doubling as a hive of activity and was designed by Napoleon’s sister herself!
Among traditional Lucchesi cuisine, the famous focaccia from local bakeries, delightful chocolates and local farro soup should be top of your to-nibble list – all with decadent Italian touches. Meanwhile, if you’re looking for an evening drink, China Massagli is the liqueur of choice after dark.
Shopping addicts will be wide-eyed as Via Fillungo comes into shot. It’s the most popular area for a dash of retail therapy and well worth visiting for its all-sparkling range of brands and outlets. There are highly recommended alcohol shops dotted about, too – great for picking up a liquid souvenir!
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