Tuscany, Italy


Also known as “the city of 100 churches”, Luca is well-known for its Renaissance walls from the 16th century. This picturesque city features the Roman Amphitheatre, Guinigi tower, and the beautiful San Martino Cathedral.

Exploring Lucca

Inside the city, visitors will find many beautiful gardens, churches, and villas. Many historical treasures can be found at the Duomo San Martino including Tomb of Ilaria del Carretto and Tintoretto’s Last Supper. At the end of the day, guests can relax over a glass of premium wine from the region, and enjoy in homemade Tuscany specialties at one of the Lucca’s restaurants.

Surrounding hills

Having a car while in Lucca can be a big plus. Home to dozens of historic villas, the nearby hills east of Lucca are definitely worth exploring. Many people say that the spa waters at Belle Epoque Montecatini Terme are a perfect day-trip destination from the city.

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