Bed & Breakfast La Romea

Vicolo delle Ventaglie 2 angolo Via Sant'Andrea, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy
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Cemeteries in Lucca/Capannori/Segromigno/San Gennaro

by dcctlv

*sigh* I know this sounds nutty..but since my family is from these areas in Tuscany, I want to visit both the churches (maybe not all in Lucca!) and cemeteries where my ancestors may have been (or still are). I'll be in Lucca mid Sept 2007 (almost here!) and hope to spend some time in all these areas. I'm thinking both Churches and Cemeteries would be predominantly Catholic in the 1700 to 1800s in this area? Any advice is appreciated.

Re: Cemeteries in Lucca/Capannori/Segromigno/San Gennaro

by delcity

a government run or sponsored web site for tourist information may be able to help you some way. look here for a link to the site for the country you wish to visit. ( )
some of the government run or sponsored services for tourist information use to keep a list of certified historians for certain town and villages.
you can try a google search for certified historians for a certain town and see what results you get.

Travel Tips for Lucca

Via Fillungo.

by Maurizioago

This is the main street in the old town. Its name derives from the castle of Fillongo; in Garfagnana. It is an area in Tuscany.

Via Fillungo is lined with lots of shops. There are also some very old ones.

Visit the small town of Montecarlo

by deecat

The owner of our hotel told us about the beautiful small town of Montecarlo (short distance from Lucca).

We drove there one afternoon, spending a leisurely few hours exploring the town of 4,000 inhabitants, stopping for refreshments (we had delicious gelato), petting cats/kittens that we spotted; we rested & watched the day-to-day activity of this lovely, small village.

The well preserved historical center is surrounded by splendid walls. Today, wine & flowers are produced here. There is not any contamination, and it is void of any air pollution; only a marvelous relationship between man & nature exists.

Don't let the small size of this village fool you about its historic importance! After many wars, the inhabitants of the territory of Montecarlo found refuge on the top of a hill. In this place, a stonewalled village was built. Montecarlo is a place of great importance for its road system, crossed first by via Cassia, then in the Middle Ages by the Francigena, & boasted the presence of 2 hospitals. It was founded in 1333 by the lucchese people, and it was named in honor ofCarlo di Boemia, Arrigo's VII's grandchild in honor of the help he was given during the war against Florence.


The town is on a high level, giving beautiful views of the countryside. There are many steep streets to climb as you explore this darling village. Most buildings & homes have small flower boxes displaying beautiful plants. The attitude is quite "laid back"; it is a great place to just wander & "people watch". We had a great time.

You can easily reach Montecarlo from Lucca (a distance of 17 Km) driving along Via Romana toward Altopascio.

It's good to know that in the wooded areas (known as "AI Comunali")an ecological & educational trail with varied vegetation was created. Inside a little valley, near a stream, the remains of a hermitage have been found (the hermitage of Santa Margherita).

Gigi Trattoria

by alucas about Gigi Trattoria

Traditional Lucchese cooking, with a daily menu. Tables outside in the square, but good atmosphere inside. Tiny kitchen producing wonderful food. Can’t find the bill, but it wasn’t expensive – about 40 euros for two including wine.

Shop at the Lucca Antique Market

by travelrabbit

Every third Sunday the streets of Lucca are jammed with every type of antique you can imagine from furniture to clothing to books to trinkets galore. It will take the better part of a full day to see everything so if you're a shopper then this is for you.

Palazzo Pfanner

by Bigs

This palazzo formerly belonged to Mr. Pfanner a successful chirurg who lived in this house which was build in 1667. You can visit the palazzo and the beautiful garden and I would recommend both. The palazzo shows some instruments Dr. Pfanner used, some are quite scary I think, and it shows how life was in that kind of position.... The barock garden with its lemon trees is really beautiful!


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Address: Vicolo delle Ventaglie 2 angolo Via Sant'Andrea, Lucca, Tuscany, 55100, Italy