This is one of the many churches and towers in Lucca.
Geo: 43.9728, 10.6793
Packed up and walked to the train station to catch the train to Lucca. An hour later I arrived and luckily all over town there were signs to the hostel. It is in the middle of the large, old town. It is a huge, clean, spacious building with a great location. After checking in I went to do some sightseeing. Lucca is surrounded by 4.2km of city walls that can be walk along. Wasn't in the mood for walking, so just like the other tourists I hired a bike. It was fun and much quicker than walking. The city walls are about 5 metres wide- plenty of room for everyone. While riding around I could see the surrounding hills, churches and into people's houses! Gave the bike back, it isn't easy to window shop or take photos while riding a bike. Walked past a few churches and then came to the oval shape Piazza Ampitheatre. The sight of an old Roman amphitheatre and the ruins of it are part of the houses. I then walked to the Palazzo Guinigi to walk up the tower. 230 steps later and I was up the top with some other tourists and half