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 WiFi - Air conditioning - Garden for guests - Private parking - Motorbike parking garage, and small workshop with tools in hand for repairs and maintenance - Two bikes for our guests!
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Restaurants and pizzeria can be reached by foot in a few minutes !
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The popular seaside town of Viareggio is situated on the Tuscany coast. Viareggio and the resorts "Torre del Lago Puccini", "Lido di Camaiore", "Marina di Pietrasanta" makeup about 20 kilometers of the Versilian Riviera (or Riviera della Versilia).
Viareggio has most of the usual attractions of a typical Italian seaside resort.
The town's symbol, heart of its history, is the “Torre Matilde”, built by the Senate of Lucca in 1550. In 1601 Viareggio, that was already a township, was declared a free port, and in 1617 it became the chieftown in the Vicaria del Litorale (the coastal viacariate).
The birth of the first bathing establishment dates back to 1823. We owe the building of Viale dei Tigli to Maria Borbone, through which she could reach the centre, leaving from her villa situated in the East pinewood. In fact, the touristic activity began in Viareggio right in this period. Many men of culture stopped for a time in this area: the poet Percy B.Shelley, Lord Byron, Manzoni, Puccini and D'Annunzio.
The city is 23.76 miles to Pisa, 17.67 miles to Massa, 29.87 miles to Livorno, and 59.5 miles to Firenze.
The 3 Km modern promenade, where the parade takes place, is one of the focal point of the city, characterized by shops, cafes, refreshment points and Liberty style buildings.
Viareggio is now a tourist seaside resort with beaches and hotels boast ancient tradition.
Viareggio Carnival, celebrating in 2013 140 years of life under the sign of a vivid tradition such as the long-established European tradition of Carnival festivals, is no doubt one of the best known events in Italy.
Viareggio Carnival, attracts every year more than ONE MILLION spectators gathering to attend the magic of the great parades of big floats in papier-maché.