Welcome to Lucca 

This townhouse is inside the wall in Lucca, Italy.  It was built in the 1700's and completely remodeled in 2023. 
It's your own place on two floors. Steps from the Anfiteatro and a block to Via Fillungo.  Private entry on the ground floor.
Primary living area on the first floor (15 steps). 2nd floor loft with bed and bath. Approximately 100 sq. meters. 
Air conditioning and smart features throughout, including video access and Alexas in the living room,
kitchen and bedrooms.  All rooms (including bathrooms) have windows.

Video Tour

It's available for booking on AirBnB  Casita Via Zita on AirBnB

Here are our guidebooks:  Casita Via Zita Guidebook 

                                               Casita Via Zita Guida

Entry (Ground Floor)  Access is via video doorbell at the street.  The door can be opened by the owners or local management. 
There's a key inside the entry for ongoing access during your stay.  

The entry has luggage storage and a bicycle for your use.  Additional bikes are available for rent around town.  We like Poli at Porta Santa Maria. 

Up to the first landing (7 steps) is the laundry room with combo washer/dryer.  First floor is an additional 8 steps.

Living Room (first floor)  Venetian plaster.  65" TV with Roku, Netflix and Amazon subscriptions, plus local stations.  

Pull out leather sofabed with double mattress.  Air conditioning and radiant heat.

Kitchen.  A large island provides lots of working space with 4 stools for dining.  Plentiful storage with the necessary supplies.  For coffee there's Nespresso and a Moka pot.  Induction cooktop, oven, microwave, dishwasher and full size refrigerator and freezer.  Air Conditioning and radiant heat.

Bathroom (first floor)  Walk in shower, toilet and bidet.  Towel warmer. Lighted mirror. 

Bedroom (first floor)  King bed, 55" TV with Netflix and Amazon Prime.  Chromecast. 
Lighted closets with drawers, hanging and shoe racks. Air conditioned and radiant heat.

Loft (2nd Floor)  The loft has a queen (matrimonio) bed and bathroom.  46" TV with Netflix and Amazon Prime Video subscriptions. 
The bathroom has a walk-in shower and towel warmer. Nice view of Torre Gunigi from the window.

About Lucca 

We don't know anyone who's visited Lucca and didn't appreciate its unique charms.  The old town (centro storico) is surrounded by  a Renaissance era wall.  The top of the wall is a park which surrounds the town.  Pedestrians, cyclists and pets share this wide expanse.  

The town is compact and flat.  It's filled with restaurants and shops.  Most everything you need (or want) is within a 10 minute walk.

There are 99 churches and countless restaurants.   Dining ranges from a simple focaccia to Michelin starred restaurants (there are 10 in the region). 

Puccini spent most of his life here.  There's a recital every night with professional opera singers doing Puccini arias.

It's a great base to explore surrounding Tuscany.  The train station is just outside the wall (15 minute walk from the townhouse) with frequent trains to Pisa (25 minutes), the beaches at Viareggio (25 minutes) and Florence (80 minutes).  Cinque Terre is 2 trains and 90 minutes to La Spezia.

If you have a car you'll need to park it outside the wall as vehicle access is limited to registered cars.