Ospitalita Rurale L'Uccelliera

Address: via del Romito, 126/A, Lucca, Tuscany, 55050, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on via del Romito, 126/A, Lucca, is near Piazza Anfiteatro, Guinigi Tower, Lucca's Duomo (Cattedrale di San Martino), and Casa di Puccini.
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    Travel Blogs from Lucca

    Relaxing around Lucca

    A travel blog entry by phildyard on May 11, 2015

    14 photos

    ... Beyond that point, the trail continued alongside a buried water pipe and eventually we came to a large and elaborate collection area where several streams entered the aquaduct system. At this point, we turned around and made our way back into Lucca for a well deserved drink. After biking back to the hotel to get freshened up, we biked back into the city for lunch, some shopping and a tour of the Palazzo ...

    Leaving Lucca

    A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jul 27, 2014

    6 photos

    ... mountains with the ends cut off. The urban myth is that this is where Michelangelo cut his marble from, with Lardo di Colonnata panne to keep his strength up!

    Through the coastal ranges, along the river valley towards Parma, with the wide river bed cutting deeper into the valley floor. An extensive plain criss crossed with farm trails, so grateful for the autostrada around Milan (not today) and into the mountains. Serious mountains. Steep sides, ...

    The mystery of the 7 oak trees

    A travel blog entry by my.scuba.tank on Apr 02, 2014

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    Exploring Lucca

    Lucca is famous for its intact renaissance era city walls. The city walls have now been changed to pedestrian promenade encircling the city since it lost its military importance. It is unusual for the walls to remain intact over such a long period of time as the city modernise and expands. Thus, Lucca is unique in this aspect. The iron grilles and iron loop for tying the horses still remain intact today. Walking down the ...

    10 Thousand Cups of Cappucino, Wired in Lucca

    A travel blog entry by kittymartini on Oct 10, 2013

    36 photos

    Lucca, and Montecatini Italy Five weeks of traveling is the average European and Australian's vacation. This is my third week in Italy and my eyes are bugging out from caffeine-fueled window shopping and sightseeing. So far it's been 1200 Cappuccino's, 400 Vino Rosso's, 300 bottles of aqua minerale', 200 appertivos, and 8 million slices of Italian bread with olives and cheese, but who's counting! The amount of saints here can fill a stadium, and ...

    Our last month in the city of Churches - Lucca

    A travel blog entry by italy13 on Aug 01, 2013

    2 comments, 58 photos

    ... amp; staircase. Felix Pfanner's family who emigrated from Austria was the next owner & bought beer to Italy and then his son used the building as a medical centre - displays of the instruments used were very scary!! We enjoyed experiencing how the rich & famous lived back then.Then it was time to find the aqueducts of Lucca, and yes we found at Guamo the aqueduct & cistern where the water from the mountains are transported into town. ...