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Spend some time in one of the great Renaissance cities by exploring the Lucca hotels available on the Hotels.com travel website. Attend the world's greatest operas in stunning environments, and dine on the finest of foods. This stunning Tuscan city is one of the most culturally sophisticated of all Italian destinations and we feature Lucca's very best hotels. Every one of the Lucca hotels listed on our website has been thoroughly checked by previous travellers, and you can read reviews that they have left. Check out photographs of hotel rooms and consult handy maps which will tell you exactly how close each hotel is to the main attractions. If you need to, you can also call Hotels.com's multi-lingual customer service team to discuss your travel needs. We also work with partner hotels to offer our customers big savings when they book early with our online portal. So find the ideal Lucca hotels and head to a hotbed of music and art for the ideal Italian city break courtesy of Hotels.com.

What's Lucca Like?

Lucca possesses a kind of magic that few European cities can match. One of the cradles of the Renaissance from the 14th century onwards, hundreds of master artists and architects have left their mark on this beautiful destination. A good place to start is St Martin's Cathedral, with its religious artworks, but the churches of St Michael and St Frediano are also well worth visiting. Lucca also contains Baroque wonders in its stately palaces, such as the Palazzo Pfanner, as well as the Torre delle Ore, a tower which commands stunning views across the city. Wander around the well preserved city walls or enjoy spa therapies at the Bagni di Lucca. In the evening, Lucca is a cultural hotspot. Much of this is because the town was the birthplace of great Italian composer Giacomo Puccini. Catch his great operas, as well as many more operatic performances in the incomparable setting of St Giovanni's Church. For opera buffs, there is also the added attraction of being able to see the birthplace of Puccini. Lucca also offers many ancient ruins, having been a thriving centre for thousands of years. Don't miss the Roman amphitheatre.

Ideas for Getting Along with Locals in Lucca

Lucca is a great artistic and musical centre, and its people are outward looking because of this. Every year, they welcome thousands of people to witness the operatic performances, as well as contemporary music events such as the open-air Lucca summer festival. There will almost always be something musical going on when you stay at Lucca hotels, so check the listings whenever you visit. Be sure to try plenty of local foods as well. The people of Tuscany are justifiably proud of their cooking, which includes lamb and pork dishes and Ribollita, a delicious bean soup. If you don't want to splash out on a full spa treatment, there are alternatives. At nearby Saturnia, visitors can take a dip in warm spring fed pools, so don't forget your swimming costume. The people of Lucca also adore antiques, and the city hosts a monthly antiques fair, which is a great place to find unique holiday gifts. Come Autumn, the region also celebrates the new vintage, so travel in September to encounter lively wine festivals on the streets of Tuscan towns and villages. Whether you want high culture, great food or beautiful scenery, find accommodation in Lucca with Hotels.com today.