This palazzo offers 2 attractions : a beautiful garden full of roses and hydrangeas and a look at a couple of rooms inside the palazzo itself.
The garden is an oasis of colour and tranquillity within the walls of Lucca and shouldn't be missed if you would like a quiet place to sit and eat lunch or just to sit and veg out.
Inside the palazzo is a collection of medical instruments because the former owner was a doctor. There is also some furniture and a kitchen in a nineteenth century style.
For me the garden was the highlight.
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