Lucca and Pisa, Events, Culture
One of Tuscany’s most famous sons regularly sings in the theatre close to his birthplace: Andrea Bocelli sings in Lajatico, a small town near Pisa.
Lucca and Pisa, Northern coast of Tuscany, Garfagnana and the Apuan Alps
We’ve recently had a visit from Daily Mirror travel writer Claire O’Boyle and having seen a review of her stay published we’re delighted to be able to say she loved...
Lucca and Pisa, Historical landmarks, Culture
The most photographed monument in Italy was never meant to lean - building on the vestiges of a sandy marshland gave the famous tower its perilous tilt.
Lucca and Pisa, Tuscany, Museums, Historical landmarks
A surprising number of Elegant and beautiful historic villas for summer dwelling surround Lucca, set in formal designed gardens in the hills surrounding the city,
Lucca and Pisa, Events, Tuscany
The Annual Puccini Festival is performed in an open-air theatre in a park in Torre del Lago near the home of the famous composer.
Lucca and Pisa, Events, Tuscany, Historical landmarks, Culture
In 2011, on Friday the 27th of June at 9pm at the Abbey of San Zeno, “Orfeo inScena” presented “La Traviata” by Giuseppe Verdi. Though the date has past, it's...
Lucca and Pisa, Hiking, Active, Garfagnana and the Apuan Alps
For over 1,000 years the Pelago River has been carving a deep limestone gorge in the Apennines. Tuscany’s largest canyon is accessible from Ponte a Gaio, but only from mid-June...