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Pietrasanta is a great little town to spend a little time occasionally in Versilia area of Italy....Hotel Stipino is one of the oldest hotels in an otherwise overly gentrified town that once was a great hangout for sculptors around the world a few decades ago....Hotel Stipino is only fair in terms ...
Hotel Stipino£30Hotel Stipino£30
2 notti in singola con bagno privato e colazione al bar a fianco.camera pulita,doccia funzionante,no aria condizionata.personale gentilissimo e molto disponibile.posizione ottima (parallela al lungomare).
Hotel Domini£49Hotel Domini£49
Couldn't have been located in a better spot - lively area with lots of restaurants nearby to choose from. Room was out the back of the hotel and so it was peaceful when it came to sleeping. The continental breakfast was fine, lovely and fresh. We had a disabled room which meant a wet room as a bathroom ...
La Locanda del Geco£49La Locanda del Geco£49
What a nice stay we had for 3 nights. 5 minute walk to old town Lucca. Wonderful restaraunts and Puccini concerts every night for $20.00. 1 hour drive to La Spezia where we took the trai to all Cinque Terre towns and yes walked them all, even Corniglia! The hotel has parking which was key for me. ...
Hotel Melecchi£46Hotel Melecchi£46
what a great deal. The owner was very kind and helpful. this hotel is run by a beautiful family and I cannot recommend it enough. At twice the price I would stay there. steps from the beach.
Stella del Mare£43Stella del Mare£43
Serena, Susanna and their father were very warm and welcoming. They helped with our luggage and moved us to a new room when the first one did not work out. The property is a little dated, but it is well located near the beach/boardwalk and about 45 minutes to La Spezia for the train to Cinque ...
Ely Hotel£50Ely Hotel£50
With pretty squares and beautiful architecture, Lucca is a city where history. A stay in a locally run guesthouse or B&B is a great way to fully immerse yourself in Lucca’s culture, and even to get to know the locals. Book a budget hotel within Lucca’s old city walls for a unique stay in an ancient building.
Whether you base yourself in Lucca city centre or on the outskirts beyond the city walls, Lucca is easy to cover on foot so you won’t be far from any of the main attractions, restaurants or bars.
Lucca is a great place for cheap eats – try the many pizzerias and bakeries clustered around the central piazzas for Italian treats. Eat like a local and enjoy a coffee with a buccellato (a small, sweet bread filled with raisins and flavoured with spices) for a tasty low-cost breakfast. For lunch, try a hearty and filling meal of farro soup for a few Euros.
Fill up your water bottle at one of the city’s many water fountains to stay hydrated between sights. Come evening, order a budget-friendly beer at one of the bars hidden down Lucca’s cobbled side streets.
If you choose to stay at one of the cheap hotels near Lucca train station then you’ll find a handful of late-night bars and clubs just a stone’s throw away. Filled mostly with locals, these bars often include street-side terraces where you can sit out for al fresco drinks in summer.
Lucca’s weekly market, held on Piazza Marconi, is the ideal place to pick up some bargains. Most vendors sell clothing, shoes or accessories. Cheap but good quality handbags and leather goods are sold in most of Lucca’s markets and clothing stores.
Lucca also has many locally run delicatessens where you can pick up food supplies for a picnic atop the city walls or in one of Lucca’s picturesque squares.
Lucca is a historical city full of character, and with plenty of cheap accommodation to choose from it makes for a great budget-friendly way to enjoy the food and culture of Tuscany.