Destinations of: Tuscany, Italy

Surrounded by medieval walls, lovely, laid-back Lucca makes a welcome change from the hectic streets, crowds and queues found in many other Tuscan towns. The old town is reached through medieval city gates and strolling the cobbled streets is the ideal way to explore. Watch out for locals on bicycles and discover ancient churches, gorgeous piazzas, bell-towers, medieval houses, alfresco cafes and smart boutiques. The annual Puccini Opera Festival, held in Lucca in July/August could be a wonderful excuse to visit.
Location: 427/M Arliano - Lucca
Away from the crowds of Florence and the busy hilltop villages, and on the edge of Tuscany’s Casentino Forest and National Park, the newly renovated hospitality house of the Daughters of Divine Zeal overlooks the woodlands and rolling hills of the Arezzo region. Tourists and pilgrims are welcome to overnight in the spacious guesthouse, and savor the history and the beauty of this UNESCO listed area, where nature and religion unite.
Location: 52018 Borgo Alla Collina AR
The Convent of San Francesco is situated on the route of the Via Francigena, the old pilgrim road from Canterbury in England to Rome. The convent lies atop a small rise, and hovers over the beautiful medieval town of San Miniato, from where dramatic Tuscan sunsets and views over the city of Florence and the famous rolling hills can be appreciated. The town is of Etruscan and Roman origins and its historical centre is encircled by city walls, gates, fortresses and medieval structures. The town cathedral, the Diocescan Museum of Sacred Art and the Church of San Domenico are flush with medieval frescos and precious artworks. The much prized white truffle grows in the area and is celebrated in a 3-week-long festival each November.
Location: San Miniato PI
The hotel Miro is a religious owned property entrusted to lay management. The hotel is only 1 km from the central area of the elegant town of Montecani Terme, known for its healing mineral springs and thermal waters. The town is awash with fountains, parks and walking trails. The hotel is near a spa and close to the local train station. The historic, 100 year old funicular railway to the peak of Montecatini Alto is close by.
Location: 82 - MONTECATINI TERME
The small Tuscan city of Pontremoli is a recommended stopover on the Via Francigena, a pilgrimage route from Canterbury in Kent, England to St Peter’s Basilica in Rome. The pilgrimage trail leads out of Rome and can be followed all the way to the Holy Land. Many pilgrims walking the route stay overnight at the seminary.
Location: 54027 PONTREMOLI - MS

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