Il Seminario Bed & Breakfast

Address: Via del Seminario 5, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Via del Seminario 5, Lucca, is near Guinigi Tower, Lucca's Duomo (Cattedrale di San Martino), Palazzo Pfanner, and Casa di Puccini.
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      Travel Blogs from Lucca

      Magnificent Villa on an appreciated cooler day

      A travel blog entry by linarogers on Aug 14, 2014

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      ... by a Lucchese silk merchant who was murdered by his wife’s lover. What a passionate start! The gardens were gorgeous – we loved the water features, the grotto and the beautiful flowers. It is now owned by the Torrigiani family or whoever they married into. They have links to Belgian royalty and rich acquaintances of course. After a lovely walk around the grounds including the wine cellar we had a tour ...

      Lucca and Cinque Terre

      A travel blog entry by tk2014 on May 23, 2014

      1 comment, 12 photos

      ... on the hills of the Italian Riviera with each town being accessible from the last by foot, train or ferry). This would have to have been our most recommended spot to visit when planning our trip and it certainly lived up to our lofty expectations. Arriving by train to the first village of Monterosso and being highly intimidated by the hiking boots, backpacks and hiking sticks of everybody else, we immediately set off on the 3.7km hike to Vernazza. This part ...

      10 Thousand Cups of Cappucino, Wired in Lucca

      A travel blog entry by kittymartini on Oct 10, 2013

      36 photos

      ... and pastries still look appetizing but I don't want to eat them. I'd rather just stare. So now I'm staring at a deeper level, beyond the surface. I'm looking at vending machines, where you can much more than snacks and cold drinks. You'd be surprised what you find on display here. Our past three days in Lucca have been a staring, oggling, coffee swilling window shopping fest on a quest for shoes made in italy. You cant really appreciate ...

      Lucca

      A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 29, 2013

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      ... Castracani fought back until Lucca regained its liberty. Over the next 10 years, Castracani went on to conquer Pisa and expanded a Luccan empire over western Tuscany. Both Pistoia and Volterra fell, but in 1328, just as Castracani was training his sights on Florence, malaria struck him down. Disgruntled Pisa took over again until 1369, when Charles IV granted Lucca its independence. The proud, if relatively ...

      Welcome to Lucca

      A travel blog entry by samplum on Jun 22, 2013

      9 comments, 3 photos

      ... I'll post some photos. We had our first Italian pasta. It was amazing! We caught a train to Genoa in the afternoon. Our hostel was up a huge hill. The bus wound round and round for about 4km. We were a bit queasy by the time we got to the top. Today we have come to Lucca by train. Lucca is an amazing village. There is something quite special about it. I wonder if you can find ...