Bagni di Lucca is a little town of 6,551 permanent residents, located in the Italian region of Tuscany, in the province of Lucca. The town is best-known from its hot springs, from which, indeed, it derives its name. The town lies in a natural valley formed by the Lima River. In this valley are several places where hot, fresh water from underground bubbles to the surface. As always, various curative properties have been attributed to the springs. Opulent residences, surround the river, indicators of Bagni di Lucca's status as a resort and spa.
Besides the springs, one Bagni di Lucca attraction is the hospital of Bagno Caldo, an elite sanitarium built on money supplied by Nicholas Demidoff in the 19th century. Another nearby attraction is the Ponte della Maddalena, a medieval bridge 3 miles downriver from Bagni di Lucca. Yet another attraction is the Villa Ada, a magnificent residence built in a grand Romantic style.
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