The Bed and Breakfast Lucca Fora is situated near the center of Lucca, accommodation in prime position for your holiday in Tuscany and Italy ! And also the sea is close !
The center sorrounded by the medieval Walls is easily reachable by bus.
The bus stop is right in front of the building.
Lucca is the birthplace of the great composer Giacomo Puccini, famous all over the world!
The sea and sand beaches of Versilia are at only 20 minutes away by car.
It takes only 40 minutes to reach the beautiful Apuan Alps, and the landscape of the Garfagnana,
the famous Devil's Bridge, the town of Barga and the Vespa Piaggio Museum in Pontedera.
Nearby you can find Collodi and the famous Pinocchio’s Park and you can visit the ancient and legendary villas of Lucca.
The famous ski slopes of Abetone are about 60 km away.
The historic court house recently restored is also located in a strategic and central position for daily excursions to the nearby cities of Florence, Pisa, Volterra and Siena, and to reach the relaxing thermal spas of Montecatini, Bagni di Lucca and S.Giuliano Terme.
Internet Wi-Fi - Garden for guests - Private parking - Motorbike parking garage, and small workshop with tools in hand for repairs and maintenance - Two bikes for our guests!
ALL FREE services that make our hotel an ideal base for the leisure trip of the tourist, the traveler, biker, or for a comfortable and convenient work's travel !
Restaurants and pizzeria can be reached by foot in a few minutes !
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SEPTEMBER LUCCHESEThe Settembre Lucchese is an ancient celebration of the feast of the patron saint, the Holy Face, but it is also the feast of the people, which brings with it also the pagan traditions connected to the rites of the campaign. The feast of the Holy Cross is the traditional event par excellence in Lucca. It is celebrated on September 14. The evening of the 13th, the day before, there is the traditional procession in honor of the Holy Face, a wooden crucifix venerated by Lucca and carved, according to legend, a cedar of Lebanon by Nicodemus, in order to pass the likeness of Christ.
The solemn procession, in which they take part, in addition to the civil and religious authorities, even the archers dressed in medieval costumes, and many people in costume, through the city where all electric lights are switched off remaining lit only by candles and candles on the window sill of houses and shop signs and reaches inside the cathedral of St. Martin, where he performed "mottettone", a sacred composition.
According to tradition, on September 14 the citizens of Lucca head towards the city center to visit the chapel where is kept the Holy Face, in the Cathedral, and to pray at the foot of the sacred effigy. Most devotees also run through the rounds of the seven churches.
But Holy Cross is also a traditional feast made of folklore, fairs and markets, all of ancient origin: among them, the cattle fair in Monte S. Quirico, and the exhibition of birds, once in Piazza del Carmine, now in Borgo Giannotti.
Settembre Lucchese: throughout the month, the city of Lucca is home to concerts, festivals, operas, cultural events, sporting events and traditional banquet in the historic center and in the immediate outskirts.
OCTOBER : Lucca Comics & Games"The Lucca." is the International Festival of Comics, Games and Illustrations held every year in the Tuscan city since 1966. The third most important fair in the word in its field.
The Lucca Comics and Games can bring in four days more than 155,000 people to Lucca: thoughts, ideas and games that probably would not have ever met.