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The Cathedral


The outstanding façade, divided into three sections, was begun in Romanesque style, still visible in the lower part.Note the St. George and the scenes from the New Testament above the central door, the work of the sculptor Nicholaus (1135). The upper part was built some decades later in a Gothic st...

Palazzo dei Diamanti


The magnificent Palazzo dei Diamanti, at the centre of the Addizione Erculea, on the important crossroads known as the Quadrivio degli Angeli belonged to the duke’s brother Sigismondo d’Este. Its name derives from over 8000 pink and white marble ashlars in the form of pyramids (or dia...

MEIS


The National Museum of Italian Judaism and the Shoah - MEIS recounts the over two thousand years of Jewish experience in Italy, giving us a glimpse of the life, thought and fundamental contributions they have made to the history and culture of Italy, with special attention to the times of persecutio...

Estense Castle


In Ferrara in 1385, a dangerous revolt convinced Niccolò II d’Este of the need to erect mighty defences for himself and his family thus the Castello di San Michele was built, a fortress erected against the people. Its imposing proportions, its moat, its drawbridges and its towers dat...

Schifanoia Palace


The name of the palace derives from the motto 'schivar la noia' meaning 'avoid tedium' and refers to the building's function as a place for fun and recreation as it was an Estense ‘Delizia’ (palace for recreation).Building on Schifanoia began at the end of the 1300s in a very green area near the...

National Picture Gallery of Ferrara


Created in 1836, the Picture Gallery was the first public collection of Ferrarese paintings, put together to bring a halt to the dispersion of local artistic patrimony by setting up a modern museum in which to conserve and promote Ferrara's art and culture. In 1958, the Picture Gallery, until...

National Archaeological Museum


The museum, housed on the first floor of the Palazzo Costabili, exhibits the findings of the Etruscan city of Spina which flourished from the 6th to the 3rd century B.C. and survived until the first centuries A.D. After it was submerged by the water of the Po Delta, it became just a legendary n...

Casa Romei Museum


Giovanni Romei became administrator to the lords of Ferrara and married the princess Polissena d’Este. On the Via di San Francesco he had a house built that showed his high ranking. Today’s visitor is immediately struck by the harmonious courtyard of honour, the result of combining me...

The City Walls


For to enter in Ferrara you go throught the city walls, the history of Ferrara begin for here. Nine kilometres of city walls that enclose Ferrara’s old city centre and its precious monuments, which can be enjoyed walking or cycling.  The city walls keep doors, passages and towers th...

Piazza Ariostea


Named after the poet Ludovico Ariosto, whose statue stands in the middle of the piazza on a column.Famous for the Palio of Ferrara hosted yearly every last Sunday in May, Piazza Ariostea is a unique square that is actually oval in shape, named after the poet Ludovico Ariosto, whose statue stands in ...

Nuovo Theatre


The Teatro Nuovo of Ferrara, located in the prestigious and central Piazza Trento Trieste, offers every year a rich season of music, dance, comedy, prose, culture and entertainment. Reopened in 2015 after a complex restructuring phase, thanks to the beauty and big rooms, it can accommodate an aud...

Via delle Volte


This charming medieval street marks the axis along which the so-called linear Ferrara developed between the 7th and 9th centuries A.D. and which greatly influenced the further development of the entire city.In Via delle Volte the architectural solution to development in a third dimension was to crea...

Jewish Ferrara


There is hidden soul to Ferrara, its Jewish one, an important part of the city's community, composed of the Synagogue, the one-time 'Ghetto', the Cemetery in via Vigne, the Little Levantine Cemetery.Through the streets of the GhettoThe area involved in the former Ghetto, institued in the17th Century...

The river Po


The river Po, first Italian river for lenght, extension and capacity, is also the first river that pass for the nord of the province of Ferrara. The river Po traverse Ferrara province from west to east and mark the confines with the province of Rovigo and Veneto region.Until XII century, the first b...

The Este Residences


All the territory of Ferrara has numerous villas, palaces and castles, built for the Lords of Ferrara for leisure and full enjoyment of nature, declared a UNESCO World Heritage in 1999, many of them are falling apart, almost dilapidated, nonetheless the beauty and charm of the best-conserved ones is...

Argenta Valleys


From the ancient Argenta Valleys and Marmorta, only the Valli di Campotto still exist , which today are utilised only during the rivers flood in this area. What remains of the ancient Argenta Valleys is divided in three main sectors: - Oasi di Campotto e Bassarone, which present a serie...

Comacchio


Comacchio is the most original and fascinating historic town in the Po Delta Park. Heir to ancient Spina, fought over by Ferrara and Ravenna, Popes and Emperors for centuries, its origins go far back: it rose up on 13 islets at the dawn of the Middle Ages and founded its urban and eco...

Museo Delta Antico


The new Ancient Delta Museum illustrates the centuries-long evolution of the area and of the human settlements typical of the ancient Po Delta. It is organized into sections corresponding to different historical periods, ranging from the earliest traces of civilizations up to the classical Age. T...

Comacchio Valleys


The Comacchio Lagoons represent the largest wetland complex in Italy and the main attraction of the Po Delta Park.This extraordinary natural site is listed as a Wetland of international importance by the Ramsar Convention, and a Project of Common Interest and Special Protection Area for the conserva...

The Lidos of Comacchio


The perfect destination for holidays at the sea. The 7 lidos of Comacchio are: Volano, Nazioni, Pomposa, Scacchi, Porto Garibaldi, Estensi and Spina. Stretching across 26 km of fine, golden sand facing the calm shallow sea, the seven Comacchio beaches are the perfect destination for family h...

Po Delta Park


The Po Delta Regional Park of Emilia Romagna covers areas that are considered some of the most productive and some of the richest in biodiversity. The park has the broadest extension of protected wetlands in Italy, areas of great ecological value. It is a territory full of natural environments, h...

Po Delta


The mouth of Po represents one of the naturalistic area most important of Europe. The River Po and its Delta tributaries form a unique labyrinth of waterways that include many elements of biodiversity that make it a paradise for naturalists, biologists, birdwatchers and tourists. On board of a...

Pomposa Abbey


A masterpiece of Romanesque art, Pomposa Abbey can be seen from a distance with its towering campanile, which dominates the surrounding countryside like a "lighthouse" in the sea of green that surrounds it. The church was founded in the 6th century A.D. and from the middle of the 9th ce...

Food & Wine in Ferrara


Let’s sit at the table and savour the variety of dishes on offer, with a buffet of flavours from the famous pumpkin Cappellacci, a dish similar to ravioli, to the salama da sugo, a local pork sausage, the Comacchio eels, the Pasticcio ferrarese, or macaroni pie, and let’s finish with the...

Mesola Wood


The Gran Bosco della Mesola covers an area of 1,058 hectares which represent the remains of a woodland complex, once much larger, which originated around the year 1000.One part of the wood is a Full Nature Reserve, an area fully protected and left to its natural evolution, while the rest of the area...

Tresigallo


Of medieval origins, for centuries it was an agrarian village tied to the nearby Formignana. Its present appearance, highly singular, is the result of a transformation effected by a native of the area, Edmondo Rossoni, who rose to the top ranks of government during the Fascist period (he was also a ...





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