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west area and entrance to historical center. in this squared pavement for the lunch and dinner and late night dessert and drink, there are three restaurants. Had not really good experience by one of them (food). whole of historical center has a free WiFi by...More
Ferrara is a city that most people probably miss when they visit Italy. Fortunately, my Italian friend told me to check it out, and I just loved it! It's a beautiful town with a gorgeous historical centre. The architecture is lovely and there are quite...More
Ferrara is a simply exquisite place to spend a few days... the central area is so atmospheric and one can simply wander around for hours and find yet another alleyway to explore. You can't go to Ferrara and miss this...
Italy is famous for its medieval towns and every town has its own charm and highlights. Ferrara is no exception. Less well known as Venice, Florence or Siena, the "Centro Storico" of Ferrara offers a selection of impressive places. Cobble stoned streets, a medieval monastery...More
Ferrara is a relatively small town and is best visited on foot or, if you feel like it, with bicycles (also available for rent locally). It is known as the city of bicycles because locals love to use them to move around town. Car traffic...More
I was on a short day trip from Bologna by train. The train station and its surroundings are awful, so I went straight to the old town. Once inside the city walls all major streets are leading to the central square. Cars are banned and...More
Lovely compact old town centre. No wonder it is a World Heritage Site. Lots of quality buildings and narrow cobbled streets to see while people go about their everyday life. Well worth the short train trip from Bologna.
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It takes about 20 or 30 minutes on foot, taking the avenue Viale Cavour. It leads directly to the castle. The Tourist Office is located just there, inside the castle. Distances aren´t a problem in Ferrara, as most of the... More
It takes about 20 or 30 minutes on foot, taking the avenue Viale Cavour. It leads directly to the castle. The Tourist Office is located just there, inside the castle. Distances aren´t a problem in Ferrara, as most of the interest points are concentrated in a rather small area.