Ostello La Pania

Address: Via del Teatro, Lucca, Tuscany, \N, Italy | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Via del Teatro, Lucca, is near Church of San Francesco, Toscana Saporita Cooking School, and Tuscan Tennis.
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

Lucca & Other Women

A travel blog entry by stuart.e-h on Jun 21, 2015

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Wednesday 17th June

Lucca is a very interesting town. I don't want to bore you with details, because if you want to know more you can look it up on the internet but it was around in Roman times and Julius Caesar signed an important treaty here.

It remained the largest independent state in Italy, after Venice, until quite recent times and the ramparts that surround the town, intact to this day, were built in the 16th and 17th centuries. During the 20th century the tops ...

Explore Lucca

A travel blog entry by phildyard on May 08, 2015

2 comments, 22 photos

... church or another piazza. We returned to the hotel around 4:30, somewhat weary but totally impressed with our first day in Lucca. After a period of relaxation, we went to the restaurant next door to the hotel for a light meal. It turned out to be quite classy and frequented by the locals. Before we left, it felt like we were taking part in an Italian movie. There was a party of 26 Italians, 14 older men all dressed in suits and ties and 12 older women dressed up in ...

Charming Lucca and the Cinque Terre

A travel blog entry by cheriebne on Jul 31, 2014

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We all meet for breakfast in the hotel before heading down the cobbled streets for the last time and jumping on the bus which is to take us to Lucca, Nina's home town. It's a winding drive past sunflower fields until we reach the motorway. Our first view of the town is from outside the huge wall which was built to keep the marauding enemies out, especially the Florentines. The original moat has been filled in and is a neatly mowed ...

The mystery of the 7 oak trees

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

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... Lucca, you seem to be able to relive history.

Lucca, compared to the bigger cities have not been commercialised much. There are no international brand, no big supermarkets and shops you find in the big cities. The significant less tourist also allows you to take your time to observe and understand the history of the city. All the tourist site are within short walking distance. The main sights are the Guinigi tower, San Michele of Foro cathedral, ...

Riomaggiore to Levante, Manarola=5/5+1

A travel blog entry by magnel on Sep 18, 2013

... in through traffic on the walks. Some idiot was repeatedly jumping off the rock into the extremely turbulent water in the harbour. Probably for money. It was starting to rain but not enough to stop us exploring the town. A small quantity of thyme to accompany our mushrooms was picked from a plantar box decorating a restaurant we passed. Foraging again. The train back to Riomaggiore was like a sardine can, but fortunately it only took about four minutes. All five ...