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Lucca is a beautiful but small town and the tower is a great way to see the whole city, the wall and past the wall. The climb is very easy. Easier than the Statue of Liberty or the cathedral in Florence (if you’re familiar). It’s...More
If you pace yourself and stop on gloors to view the surrounding city you should not have any difficulty making it to the top. But if you absolutely are not in shape or rarely walk/climb i would caution you to consider options other than this...More
It is one of the most scenic place in Lucca. You can see all of not only the inside of wall and also further place from the all. As you can see my pictures, view from here is astonishing but climbing to here is very...More
Lots of stairs yes - if you are super afraid of heights it's probably not for you - but it's worth it. Lovely view, 360 degrees. I just did the tower ticket, not the combo - as the weather was hot and I didn't want...More
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Paolo Guinigi who built the tower was himself a silk merchant so I imagine the trade was concentrated in the area and there are a few craftsmen still pursuing/demonstrating the trade in the city. Afraid I can't help you with... More
Paolo Guinigi who built the tower was himself a silk merchant so I imagine the trade was concentrated in the area and there are a few craftsmen still pursuing/demonstrating the trade in the city. Afraid I can't help you with the rest. Enjoy.
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The two towers (2 Replies)
Ciao all, I'm sure you've heard/read about the many towers which used to grace Lucca...now there are two that are climbable. As our digs were in central Lucca nowhere was too far to walk and we actually were in earshot of the Torre del Ore, the clock tower, it chimed every 15 minutes, from 0700 til 22.45. It does a big " dong ", once , for 7am, twice for 8 and ultimately six times for mid-day. For the quarter hours it does a quick ' ding-dong ' at 15, 30 and 45 minutes,followed by a big...More
November 18, 2007|
Lenny ! That sounds wonderful ! I hope to get to Lucca myself one day ! I shall look forward to that... I had read about the trees on top of the tower too - you never imagine there to be enough space for that ! I don't think I'll manage the stairs though - I certainly wouldn't be able to at present...and one keeps aging every year !!! Perhaps.... if I keep exercising....I know what you mean about losing your trousers (skirts in my case) but I lost a stone through losing the fluid after heart...More
Lucca on Ferragosto 8/15/10 (0 Replies)
We are planning to take a day trip from Florence to Lucca in the morning, then to Pisa and spend the evening before heading back to Florence. Will any places open on this day? ie. information center, bike rental shops, restaurant, churches and Guinigi tower. Thanks Albi
July 12, 2010|
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Lucca - Inside the Walls (14 Replies)
Hello, Does anyone know how much the fee is to go up into The Guinigi Tower? Also are there general hours of operation for Ocober/ Also, is the Villa Reale open to the public? Any information on either place would be very helpful. Thanks , bay66
March 08, 2008|
I paid under 5 euros to climb the tower in May. They closed about 5PM. October hours may be earlier. TAB