Tuscany Accommodation in Lucca ! Spend your holidays at Bed and Breakfast Lucca Fora, prime position to visit Tuscany and Italy ! And also the beach on the sea is close !The centre surrounded 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 recently restored historic court house 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 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 traveller, 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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Events & News
WALK OF VILLE - April 26, 2015
A chance to experience the thrill of a walk in the history of the art and culture of the historic villas of Lucca
The villas or palaces in villa, are the historic houses of the country that the merchants of Lucca built from the fifteenth to the nineteenth century, investing the fruits of their trade and banking center in Europe. In large number (more than three hundred, including major and minor), are distributed throughout the countryside of Lucca
The settlement of the villa for its spread and high visual quality of the ingredients that compose such architectural arcades, living rooms, frescoes, statues, ponds, fish ponds, lily ponds, lakes and l'articolarsi mixtilinear, continuously varied from enclosure walls , speakers, fountains, marginette, gates, accommodation arboreal park and agrarian, produces episodes of great aesthetic value constituting, for centuries, a real landscape system of great refinement and meaning.
APRIL 27 - Saint ZitaOn 27 April of each year the city celebrates St. Zita of Lucca. Piazza San Frediano and Piazza Anfiteatro are covered with colorful flowers and plants to pay homage to the saint, the patron saint of maids.
Santa Zita was born in 1218 to a peasant family of Monsagrati. Girl humble and generous towards the poor, worked as a maid for the rich Lucchese family of Fatinelli. It is said that one day, the owner, meeting Santa Zita with her apron full of food to be distributed in charity, in an uncompromising asked what would bring. Zita said, "Flowers and Foliage" and the apron appeared miraculously flowers and foliage. On 27 April 1278, Santa Zita died and Fatinelli decided to bury her in the family chapel in the Basilica of San Frediano where even today the faithful can venerate it. On September 5, 1696 Pope Innocent XII sanctioned the cult of the saint.
Today, Santa Zita is a party deeply felt by the Lucchese that traditionally use exchange daffodils blessed.