Trattoria da Giulio
Рекомендуют 27 местных жителей · Примерная цена 2, максимум — 4 ·
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This is most likely the oldest restaurant in town. Try their fantastic soups. Homely place with casual atmosphere.
It's the oldest restaurant in town. Still run by the family, this lovely place ensure a real local food experience. Mainly soups.
It's a real experience as the kitchen is purely local and has been over a hundred years old. You can find the pizza or a good tomato paste dish anywhere, but the delight of eating "Farro and Faggioli" soup and similar dishes ... just by Giulio in Pelleria!
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“Puccini concerts everynight at 7 pm, everyday new singers and different repertoires, a truly unique experience”
- Рекомендуют 10 местных жителей
“Tuscan Dishes, very cheap, small restaurant and comfortable location to spent an evening. Salted codfish with leek or chickpea is very good! Delicious chocolate cake! ”
- Рекомендуют 6 местных жителей
“Piazza dell'Anfiteatro is a "must see" in the center of the old walled town of Lucca. The ring of buildings surrounding the square, follows the elliptical shape of the former second century Roman amphitheater. Today, it's a lively square with a lot of bars, restaurants and pizzerias. It's near to one of the main monuments of the town such as the medieval Guinigi tower that can be visited till the top. The shopping street, via Fillungo, is just beside Piazza Anfiteatro.”
- Рекомендуют 8 местных жителей
Grocery or Supermarket
“Per ogni tipo di necessità, a soli 15 minuti a piedi dalla nostra struttura.”
- Рекомендуют 3 местных жителя
“Easy to find in the heart of town, this basilica was built over the ancient Roman Forum. First mentioned in 795, the current building was commissioned by Pope Alexander II in 1070. The four levels of loggias on the exterior are truly remarkable. On top of them stands the 4 meter tall statue of St Micheal the Archangel defeating the dragon, flanked by 2 angels. On a sunny day you can see a green sparkle on the statue, which legend says is an emerald planted somewhere in or on it, but it has never been found.From every angle this church is spectacular, so take the time to walk around it and to view it from different places in the piazza.Dwarfed by the basilica and it’s loggia, the piazza of the same name is a must see. Flanked by restaurants and bars you can enjoy coffee, wine, or a meal with a view. On one corner, (via Vittorio Veneto) you will find the Palazzo Pretorio with the clock on the façade and its loggia where you will often find art exhibits or musicians playing. On Sundays market stalls set up in the piazza, street musicians are playing on the corners, and it is just fabulous!”
- Рекомендуют 12 местных жителей