Lucca Points of Interest and Places to Visit

Lucca

Piazza dell'Anfiteatro

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The Piazza dell'Anfiteatro is a large square in the center of historic Lucca. As the name suggests, it was once the site of a Roman amphitheatre, one that was built in the first century and could ...  Read more

Puccini Museum

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Giacomo Puccini was a great Italian musician from the city of Lucca in Tuscany. He was the last in a long line of musicians in his family. The house he was raised in held a special place in his ...  Read more

Cathedral Museum Complex (Complesso Museale della Cattedrale)

This popular attraction offers travelers one of the most comprehensive ways to see the history of Lucchese architecture and art come to life. Visitors can explore Roman ruins that date back ...  Read more

Guinigi Tower

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There are a few historic towers inside Lucca's city walls, but the most famous is the Guinigi Tower, which was built in the late 14th century as the place where a family of silk merchants lived and ...  Read more

Lucca Cathedral (Duomo di Lucca)

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The main church in Lucca is its cathedral, the Duomo di Lucca, built in the 11th century. The structure stands at one side of the Piazza San Martino, and inside, visitors will find the most revered ...  Read more

San Michele in Foro

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San Michele in Foro takes its name from its location – the basilica was built over the site of Lucca's ancient Roman forum. The original church dates back to the eighth century, although the one ...  Read more

Torre delle Ore

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The Torre delle Ore in Lucca, otherwise known as the Clock Tower, is the city's tallest tower, dating back to the 13th century, although the clock that gave the tower its identity was added in ...  Read more

Via Fillungo

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The main thoroughfare running through historic Lucca is Via Fillungo, one of the liveliest streets in town. It stretches from the Porta dei Borghi (one of the ancient gates in Lucca's pristine ...  Read more

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