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Situated by the sea, this luxury hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Pineta di Ponente, Centro Matteucci Per L'Arte Moderna and Statue of Burlamacco. Pontile di ...
Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte£148Grand Hotel Principe di Piemonte£148
This family-friendly Lucca hotel is located in the historical district, within a 10-minute walk of Porta San Gervasio, Guinigi Tower and Cathedral of St Martin. ...
Hotel Ilaria & Residenza dell'Alba£118Hotel Ilaria & Residenza dell'Alba£118
Situated in a rural location, this romantic hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Museum of Comics and Imagery, Cathedral of St Martin and Lucca Center of Contemporary ...
Albergo Villa Marta£118Albergo Villa Marta£118
The historic city of Lucca has a wide range of inexpensive accommodation, making it an ideal place to combine a budget stay with Italian culture. Choose a cheap hotel in the historic centre and you’ll be within walking distance of many of Lucca’s attractions and cheap eats. Or stay at an affordable campsite on the edge of the city near the coast, and appreciate the surrounding mountain scenery and series of picturesque lakes.
Many of the B&Bs in Lucca offer great value for money, providing an Italian-style breakfast that can set you up for the day ahead, as well as a side serving of local hospitality. For the best deals on hotels, look for properties outside the city walls. Though they may be further out, you can still enjoy the full extent of the city’s attractions thanks to Lucca’s inexpensive public transport system.
Lucca has a wealth of things to do for travellers on a budget. If you’re staying in one of the cheap hotels in Lucca city centre then you can walk the city’s Roman walls, take in the view and even enjoy a relaxing picnic.
Several of Lucca’s famous churches, renowned for their unusual architectural style, offer free entry to visitors and serve as tranquil havens, sheltered from the buzz of the city outside.
For low-cost eats, head to one of Lucca’s many bakeries for some fresh-from-the-oven focaccia bread and pastries, followed by a scoop of gelato from one of the gelaterias that surround the main piazza. There are also plenty of locally-run cafés within the centre of Lucca that offer lunchtime specials on hearty bowls of soup and sandwiches. Or grab a slice of pizza from one of the pizzerias near the train station.
Stay in a budget hotel in Lucca close to the Piazza dell'Anfiteatro and you could catch a free concert from the local jazz and blues musicians who often play in the plaza during the evening. There is also a wide range of alternative music venues and clubs across Lucca.