Big & Small took the train up from Lucca to the chic Tuscan town of Pietrasanta to enjoy an artisanal chocolate festival and the opening of the stunning Roberto Barni exhibition. The Italian sculptor’s works were scattered around the main square (Piazza del Duomo) and the former 14th-century church of Sant’Agostino. To be honest, our main mission of the day was to snatch up a whole lot of handmade chocolate, but we were pleasantly surprised to discover such a charming artistic enclave full of trendy boutiques, galleries, and restaurants.
*See the beauty of the glorious walled town of Lucca, Italy:
Here’s a look at our day and night (when the town really comes alive) in Pietrasanta.
Roberto Barni Exhibition in Sant’Agostino, December 2017
3 thoughts on “A Day Trip to the Artsy Tuscan Town of Pietrasanta, Italy”
Oh A chocolate festival in Italy?! Sounds amazing, wish I was there! 🙂
And what would we do without your great idea
Tuscany has so meany great towns.