Teatro del Giglio
Chiesa e Battistero dei SS Giovanni e Reparata
The 12th-century interior of this deconsecrated church is a hauntingly atmospheric setting for summertime opera recitals; buy tickets in...
Cattedrale di San Martino
Lucca's predominantly Romanesque cathedral dates to the 11th century. Its stunning facade was constructed in the prevailing Lucca-Pisan...
Museo della Cattedrale
The cathedral museum safeguards elaborate gold and silver decorations made for the cathedral's Volto Santo, including a 17th-century...
Don't let the tacky plastic-covered pavement terrace deter. Splendidly at home in the frescoed 18th-century Palazzo Arnolfini, Giglio is...
Piazza del Giglio 13-15 · interesting places nearby
Teatro del Giglio information
During his teenage years Puccini performed as a piano accompanist at this 17th-century theatre, where the curtain would later rise on some of his best-known operas: La Bohème (1896), Tosca (1900) and Madame Butterfly (1907).