Sometimes the map indicates only the area and not the exact location of the property
The tiny old town of Lucca has a particular charm that you hardly will find elsewhere. The city wall of Lucca has preserved its art treasures nearly intact and prevented that these could be altered in the course of the time. Among these, it is worth mentioning: Piazza Anfiteatro with its characteristic oval shape, the Guinigi Tower and the medieval buildings, the cathedral of San Martino, the beautiful San Michele and Palazzo Pfanner which was chosen by many film directors as location for their films such as the popular “Portrait of a Lady” by Jane Campion starring Nicole Kidman.
Besides the historic sites, Lucca is also well known for being the hometown of the musician Giacomo Puccini, whose operas are famous worldwide
Main entrance on the 2nd floor (in common with another apartment). The apartment is set on one floor. Within a few steps access to a spacious living/dining room with 1 double bed settee, an armchair, a beautiful fireplace, dining table with chairs and TV. Kitchen with fridge/freezer, oven/stove, dishwasher, a table with 2 chairs, Italian coffee machine and American filter coffee machine. 1 bathroom: shower, wc, bidet, 1 double bedroom with bed and beside tables in wrought iron, big wooden guard robe. From the bedroom there are a beautiful views onto a typical internal court. The apartment disposes of a beautiful terrace equipped with table and chairs for dining al fresco, the terrace looks down on an internal court. On the terrace there is also a utility room with washing machine and basin. On request, it is possible to have a further bed. The apartment has wooden tiled floors and the furnishings are very elegant with colourful walls and nice paintings.
A funny anecdote: the locals tell that Puccini made frequent visits to the house while he was paying the court to a woman who lived there.