Bed and Breakfast Lucca
The best way to visit the city is through a walk or cycle along its medieval walls, almost completely surviving in there original appearance. The old town, which is completely surrounded, consists of a dense network of houses, towers, churches, palaces and squares of historic and artistic importance. Stand out among other architectural works the Tower Guinigi, enriched by a roof garden on the top, the elliptical Amphitheatre Square, now use for shows and concerts, the medieval Via Fillungo, the Duomo and the Palazzo Ducale.
Lucca, known to history as the ‘City of a Hundred Churches’, retains an enviable artistic and cultural heritage, it is a modern and technologic city but still attached to its traditions. The economy of the area is greatly supported by small and medium companies and by tourism.