The opportunities that the Forum and the Itinerary Program offer to our territory
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Santiago de Compostela, Via Francigena, Sant'Olav Street. The Council of Europe's Itineraries also include real paths along which our History has been built and that it is possible to walk through the stairs for the night as they were pilgrims, knights and merchants in the past.
From 27 to 29 September 2017 Lucca will host the annual Forum of Cultural Itineraries of the Council of Europe, a program that our territory, for history and heritage, is linked from different points of view.
Not only the Middle Ages and Renaissance in the walled city. Art is a habit that has been preserved to this day.
LuccaExperience, the Lucca app-guide, launches the photo contest #myluccaexperience, with the patronage of the Lucca Municipality.
Warm weather is coming and so is also arriving a new entry between our offers for the routes outside the city: the tours to Massaciuccoli Lake with Burlamacca Motorship, retracing Giacomo Puccini's life and places.
The official Facebook page of the City of Lucca is online!
From now on it will be possible to be constantly updated even with this social media about all the events and major appointments in our city: art exhibitions, festivals, concerts, trade shows and much more.
The program of exhibitions and events that will be hosted at Palazzo delle Esposizioni of Fondazione BML has been presented today by Oriano Landucci, president of Fondazione BML, and Maria Stuarda Varetti, coordinator of the exhibitions' program, together with the artists Alessandro Tofanelli and Mauro Moriconi, and one of
Lucca's National Museums join the projects promoted by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Turism, thanks to the collaboration of the internal staff. The purpose is to increase and improve the cultural offer promoting the following activities, starting from the month of December:
National Museum of Villa Guinigi
A new exhibition itinerary made of sculptures has been opened on Saturday 17th of December 2016 in the cloisters of Fondazione Ragghianti. The set-up, designed by Mauro Lovi, wants to give to the sculptures a new arrangement that allows a different way to study and admire them, following a general and systematic plan, with detailed and complete captions.