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Rocca di Lucchio, Bagni di Lucca

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Reviews
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  • This village perched on a rock commemorates the events happened, also important in past centuries. Is not valued at all, should invite many people to check them out and let them fall in the veil of mystery surrounding it.
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  • This 11th century fortress and developed in feudal age, enjoys one of the most positions surrounding the coverage of this domain and especially on the Valley road that runs alongside the river Lima, found among medieval castles in Tuscany. Erect and excavated on the rock, so much so that in several places the walls are nothing more than a prolongation, perpetually wind-swept and still hard to come by, is now unfortunately reduced to a few outcroppings, but can evoke echoes of ancient power. The ruins are freely visitable, don't miss the view!
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  • get to Lucchio is already exciting with the narrow, tortuous but surrounded by a beautiful forest. Arrived at about 700 above sea level across the country really perched but charming, a wonderful silence envelops you inerpicandoti through the streets and get to the top of the fortress with many difficulties, I recommend your hiking shoes, and enjoy a spectacular view but being careful where you put your feet up!
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  • Beautiful view from the fortress, we recommend closed shoes and soles not smooth since the climb is irregular
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