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History and Waters


Known since the Middle Ages for the therapeutic virtues of its thermal waters, after the French Revolution the Terme Bagni di Lucca assumed a lead role on the national and international stage, not only as a thermal hub but as a hotspot for pleasure-seekers. 

During the Belle Epoque and the turn of the twentieth century, the Bagni di Luca received many illustrious visitors, from Pascoli to Shelly, Byron to Puccini, and Mascagni to Henry James. Today Bagni di Lucca’s beautiful locales, cultural events, sport, and the Thermal Spa Center represent a concrete response to the needs of wellbeing tourism.

The Waters 

The very famous and ancient streams of Bagni di Lucca are fed with sulfuric-bicarbonate-calcium rich waters with an awesome curative and regenerating power. They reach 543⁄4C at the principal stream called “Doccione.”