Borgo della Madonnina

Lucca, Tuscany, Italy | Ranch
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Travel Blogs from Lucca

Passing Through Pisa!

A travel blog entry by melissaclark


... woke up and decided to spend the day around Pisa. We walked around and did a little bit of shopping, had pizza under the Leaning Tower, enjoyed some gelato, and had baguette, cheese, and tomatoes for supper! It was such a relaxing day, and we ended the evening taking a walk along the Main Street in Pisa and seeing everything for the last time! I had a little bit of a nightmare trying to fall asleep, due to a cup of tea that our English friends made us right before bed! So I stayed up ...

My Education continues - Puccini

A travel blog entry by rdumler


My knowledge of music is so limited. My first, and few, recollections of classical music are the Looney Tunes cartoons. And apart from Dance and ballet, I have had very little experiences with the classics. Our trip into Lucca, the birthplace of Giacomo Puccini, was very interesting. Lucca has a permanent festival honoring this man. Every night of the year, there is Puccini and ...

Bike Riding in Lucca

A travel blog entry by perri


... 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 ...

'Your tiny hand is frozen...'

A travel blog entry by


... whereas Pisa's major features were well known. Lucca is quite 'unrenovated' compared to some of the other major towns and cities in Italy. This gives it a natural charm - an old, predominantly medieval, walled city seemingly unprepared for visitors; history as it is. And I think this is the attraction of Lucca. It is more of a historical town than a religious one. The influences from Roman times can ...

The Cinque Terre - walks all closed ...

A travel blog entry by kirksontour


... buildings with washing hanging out the windows. There were fishing boats everywhere, obviously off the water for the winter being repaired and maintained. We played around on the beach, had a gelato and tried to spend some money to support the town. Vernazza was also flooded and was in rebuilding mode. The next town, Corniglia, is up 388 steps from the train station on the beach. Luckily, there is a little bus that takes you up. We had a little explore but ...

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