Principe Calaf B&B

Address: San Marco, 131, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on San Marco, 131, Lucca, is near San Frediano, Palazzo Pfanner, Museo Nazionale di Villa Guinigi, and Vinarkia Wine Shop.
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  • Free High-Speed Internet
  • Free parking
  • Pets allowed


  • Suites


  • Continental Breakfast

TravelPod Member ReviewsPrincipe Calaf B&B Lucca

Reviewed by calthepal

Wonderful Stay!

Reviewed Sep 19, 2013
by (13 reviews) Lexington , United States Flag of United States

Maria was a great host! The B&B is just outside the wall, not a far walk. The rooms were spacious, and the breakfast was amazing!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Principe Calaf B&B Lucca

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Lucca

Day 10: Part 1 - Pisa

A travel blog entry by lizcarleton on Jan 22, 2012

19 photos

... humdrum quickly rose again, warranting an admonition from security.

Next, we skipped over to the church, which was entirely surprising. The inside was gorgeous. Far more ornate than the interior of even the Duomo, I did not expect such opulence in Pisa. The ceiling was probably the most incredible part, completely gilded. The church also housed a sculpted pulpit, this one by the former's father, or son. I'm not sure. I lingered here for a ...


A travel blog entry by marymichael84 on Jun 05, 2011

5 comments, 49 photos

... Lucca down dramatically and also cooled down the amount of walkers on the wall…Slackers!!! We were walking and at some stages you couldn’t see anyone in front of us as far as you could see. Even our favourites ….The Machine…the professional Runner…were not there. Maybe that’s what will happen through the colder months and we will be by ourselves…we’ll see.

On our two laps we did encounter a group of proud aussie tourists ...

Life in the slow lane......

A travel blog entry by rcadventures on Jun 14, 2010

2 comments, 10 photos

... was superb and the service was of equal measure. What a great way to leave our beloved little Venazza town.

Our laundry is hanging as per usaual ( I'm sure that both of us will be just fine without seeing each other in the limited outfits we've brought along for quite some time upon our return home.) It's hard to pack for seven weeks and carry it all on your back. I think we've done quite well and I'm very proud of us. We have everything we need and we can carry it all ...


A travel blog entry by bsbfanatik on Jan 30, 2009

3 photos

... in the tower and you are assigned times to go. Luckily since it was January, no one was really there, so we just went up like 10 minutes after we bought the ticket. So reserve before you go to Pisa if you are going during peak times. Anyways, walking up the tower is a workout! It's tall and because of the tilt, your balance isn't exactly the same. So you are always having to shift ...

The Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by redknob on Jun 21, 2006

... we were intending to stay in. He called ahead for us and organised the infamous Mamma Rosa to meet us at the train station. She led us to one of the hostels in town and took us up to what we called "the cave". Most of the other rooms in the hostel were quite nice and clean, even newly renovated. Ours was like a remnant of the old world but it at least had that flea-ridden, rustic charm that people like to ...