Giada Palace

Address: Trav. Via Carlo Piaggia 118, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Trav. Via Carlo Piaggia 118, Lucca, is near Lucca's Duomo (Cattedrale di San Martino), San Frediano, Museo Nazionale di Villa Guinigi, and Complesso Museale della Cattedrale.
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          Travel Blogs from Lucca

          A Little Vino Never Hurts

          A travel blog entry by mikeandme on Oct 09, 2015

          34 photos

          ... brought him directly back to his grandparents' house (BTW, I had some and wow. They must had quite a good time there), so all in all a substantial amount of wine is coming home from Italy.

          After the tasting was over, we spent a half-hour wandering the medieval hill town of Montecarlo. Small, with one main street and a fortress, it still had unbelievable views of the Tuscan countryside, rolling hills, olive groves, vines ...

          Chapter 13 - Lucca and the San Ranieri Festival

          A travel blog entry by mmbcross on Jun 16, 2015

          46 photos

          ... cash, just credit cards. We insert our Capitol One card. The fare is € 3.60 each way. Everything goes well until it requests our PIN number. In the USA, only debit cards have PIN numbers. Though US credit cards now have chips embedded in them, they are not yet set up to work with PINs. In this case, the machine won’t accept the cards, and we are stuck without tickets. Nevertheless, experience has told us that there will probably be no inspectors on the train, and we ...

          Au revior France, Caio Italy!

          A travel blog entry by corrica on Oct 02, 2014

          5 photos

          ... so we went to the church where he used to play the organ to hear a selection of his pieces. It was just a pianist and two vocalists but very impressive. They can really belt out a big sound.

          After the culture of a bit of opera we stopped off in the town's Roman amphitheatre which is now filled with restaurants, so a perfect spot for a late dinner. ...

          Paul to the rescue

          A travel blog entry by pwhalen on Jun 23, 2014

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          Spent the next couple of days getting to know the basics of Lucca. As many of you know, Lucca is a walled city. However, these walls are unique to Lucca. The current walls are the third built since the township was first developed, and took over 100 years to be completed. The top of the walls are wide enough for a (bigger than your average Italian) road, plus avenues of trees. At 11 points around the 4.2km perimiter are Baluardo, protruding areas ...

          Bike Riding in Lucca

          A travel blog entry by perri on Sep 10, 2013

          28 photos

          ... Simple things amuse simple people sometimes!

          I must say, the shopping in Lucca would be so fantastic if I was shopping. The leather bags I have glimpsed ( as that is all I can do at this stage) look sensational as do the clothes shops. There are loads of beautiful looking jewellery shops and the food is really really good. There is a lot of variety, many different pastries, sweet and savoury tarts, homemade ...