Lucca

Guided walking tours of Lucca
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Piazza Anfiteatro - Lucca, Lucca

                

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If you visit Lucca with a specialised English speaking GUIDE you choose another way to explore the city, discovering the elegant areas rich in history and surrounded by a generous nature.

Lucca deserves to be seen and admired not only for its works of art, but also for possessing a rare and precious example of an almost intact historic centre. The town has never stopped evolving itself, adapting to the new needs and changes of general taste. This continuity, which ran uninterrupted until 19th century, gave the town its precise and unique aspect.

In Lucca there are many traces of a glorious past: from Roman times through to the Middle Ages and until Liberty Art; Lucca has amalgamated all these times with grace and harmony, maintained the charm of a small city state proudly conserved over the centuries its autonomy and has also managed to escape the destruction of war.

We visit the old historic centre of Lucca its small medieval streets, towers, elegant shops, small Romanesque churches and sunny squares.

GUIDE OF LUCCA offer you few itineraries: the traditional visit of the city, musical itinerary with Giacomo Puccini, the beautiful villas " in Lucchesia " and local gastronomy, the National Museum of Villa Guinigi to bike rides ... But we can create an entire program of visit closer to your requirements.

Come and visit Lucca and its surroundings with us. Lucca awaits you!!

 

 

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Our guided walking tour of Lucca

Classic Lucca, View of the amphitheatre
Giacomo Puccini and Torre del Lago
National Museum, Picture gallery
Guided tours of Lucca by bike
Composers : Giacomo Puccini
Lucca villas



 

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