Historic building of the XII century
Lucca, Old Town - Tuscany, Italy
Year built: 1100
In the historic center of Lucca, bordered by the famous Renaissance walls, there is Palazzo Alexander.
The palace, dating back to the 12th century, was built using pre-existing Roman walls, and even in the last renovation, it has maintained its charm and historical-architectural value.
Really typical are the ceilings supported by exposed wooden beams which, like all the details, recall an ancient atmosphere. The ground floor is in pink marble with beautiful decorations in green marble, on the upper floors high-quality parquet has been used, laid with an elegant design.
The building is spread over 5 floors (including the ground floor) and is currently used as an accommodation business (Hotel).
On the ground floor, we find the reception and the breakfast room, while the upper floors are completely used as bedrooms. The top floor suites represent the flagship of the building, with magnificent terraces that give a unique view over the rooftops of Lucca.
Nearby we find all the main historical, touristic and artistic sites of the city: Piazza Anfiteatro, Via Fillungo and the many churches (such as San Michele in Foro).
The railway station is also reachable by foot and in the immediate vicinity we find the bus station and the Court of Lucca.
The price includes, in addition to the walls, the sale of the accommodation business.
Via Santa giustina, 48 Lucca
Pisa Airport: 30 min
Highway: 5 min
Florence airport: 50 min
Florence: 50 min
Sea: 30 min
Possibility of car spots
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