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Romantic Lucca, where to spend an unforgettable Valentine's Day

Architectural and artistic jewel of Tuscany, Lucca does not lack charm and attractiveness to tourists who visit Tuscany. The town is also ideal for a couple visit, to discover those romantic places that add a note of beauty and poetry to the city. What better opportunity to visit those places that express so much sentimentality if not for the Valentine's Day?


Crossing via Fillungo, the main street of the city, allows a first, pleasant immersion in the city territory. The street, 700 meters long and 10 wide, unfolds within the city and is the centerpiece par excellence of the tourist, commercial and craft activities of Lucca. In times of sales, it is also the ideal place to go shopping. After the pleasant walk, it is highly recommended to immerse yourself in the history of the country with a visit to the Amphitheater, a place where the ancient Roman forum once stood, in which characteristic restaurants now overlook, whose menu includes a complete sensorial experience in the heart of the flavors of Tuscany. Here, you will also have the opportunity to blow a romantic kiss with the panorama of the city of Lucca in the background, thanks to one of the few towers left in the city, namely the Guinigi Tower. The latter is the most famous and important tower in Lucca; on its top, there is a hanging garden, in which seven holm oak trees have been planted, which help to create a perfect setting for a pleasant visit for two. From here, the view over the city allows you to fully enjoy a breathtaking panorama.


There are two places that can help make your Valentine's day even more exceptional: Botanical Garden and the Cathedral of San Martino. The Botanical Garden is a public garden that hosts a large variety of colorful flowers and sweet scents: an ideal setting to celebrate the day of love together with your sweetheart. In the heart of the city instead stands the Duomo, which finds in the Cathedral of San Martino the prominent attraction of the entire square, inside which you can find some excellent places that will prepare you excellent dishes based on typical products of the Tuscan territory.


From the luxuriant green to the heady scents of flowers, from the artistic monuments of the city to the ideal places where you can consume tasty candlelit food, Lucca offers multiple possibilities to experience a unique and unforgettable Valentine's Day.


Choose to live a fairytale Valentine's day in Lucca by staying at the Hotel Ilaria: you will thus have access to a special offer reserved for all lovers.

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