Casa Dell'Angelo

Corte dell'angelo 13, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Corte dell'angelo 13, 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

    Lucca and Cinque Terre

    A travel blog entry by tk2014 on May 23, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... us so we're definitely staying open minded. The areas outside of the city walls were a really positive difference to other cities though. Big houses (when I say big I mean average Brisbane homes) with beautiful gardens line most streets and the perfume from these gardens are a nice asset to walking the footpaths.

    Day 2 here and we set off early (5.30am) for the Cinque Terra (In case anyone doesn't know, the Cinque Terre is a string of 5 fishing ...

    From Verona to Lucca

    A travel blog entry by greghahn on Oct 13, 2013

    7 photos

    ... miraculously we find it pretty easily. After settling in, the kids and I go looking for a supermarket but none are open. We find a local pizza joint which looks good and we order.I go back to pick it up and enjoy watching them work from scratch, dough included, and then into the wood fired oven. Best pizza we have had, outstanding, just what it should be. Unfortunately closed tomorrow night, would have been tempted to go again.

    Looking forward to Lucca tomorrow. ...

    Lovely Lucca

    A travel blog entry by lindaa48 on Oct 12, 2013

    33 photos

    ... to strip the olives from the branches. Dante explained that due to OHS they are now not allowed to let their workers climb up ladders so now they use an automated set of "hands" to shake the branches so the fruit falls to the ground. He said that one unexpected bonus of adapting the automated process is that there is no delay in pressing the olives which results in very high quality olive oil. We had a tasting of 3 different oils; one from ...

    Lucca

    A travel blog entry by thisgreatworld on Jun 29, 2013

    13 photos

    ... stayed a free comune -- occasionally under powerful bosses such as Paolo Guinigi (1400-30) -- for 430 years. Napoleon gave it to his sister Elisa Baciocchi as a principality in 1805, and in 1815 it was absorbed into the Tuscan Grand Duchy. “ This is actually my favorite part of Lucca history. Because you can see the relationship between the two town that we visited that day.

    Lucca is the last Tuscan city ...

    Bella Lucca

    A travel blog entry by veepacini on Jun 15, 2013

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... thing about Lucca is that it is surrounded by a 100 foot wide wall that was built in the 1500's. The wall incorporated both the original Roman wall and later medieval wall in its design. It was intended to defend the city against cannonballs, which is why it is so thick. Instead of tearing it down to make way for modern traffic, the wall was kept as is. Basically it created a wonderful park around the city. People bike, walk, jog, ...