Ferrara

Ferrara

Ferrara, earth and water

Photos alone aren't enough to capture the atmosphere of Ferrara.The best way to savour its beauty is to stroll or pedal around, and believe us – at the end of the day, aching though your feet may be, your eyes will still be asking for more! If you don’t believe us, take it from Unesco: the entire area enclosed by the city walls is on the World Heritage list. The Po delta, too, is really spectacular. There is no other place like this in Europe - a maze of ancient lagoons and floodplains, where seawater mingles with the river Po and tiny islands rise to the surface in lace-like formations. If you want to make the most of this extraordinary place, hire a bike, pedal leisurely along one of the cycle paths running along the river bank and strike up a conversation with one of the many other cycling tourists you will meet on the way.

Info

Tourist Information Centre
Ferrara - Castello Estense
Tel +39 0532 209370 / 299303
Fax +39 0532 212266
Mail infotur@provincia.fe.it 

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Getting around

By train: Ferrara Station is served by the Bologna-Padova line, and is the terminus for the Ferrara-Codigoro, Suzzara-Ferrara and Ferrara-Ravenna-Rimini lines. Trenitalia
By car:  The A13 Bologna-Padova Autostrada (motorway or highway) with its 'Ferrara Nord' and 'Ferrara Sud' exits. The SS16 Adriatica from Ravenna (70 km). Highways
By bus: Suburban buses from Bologna (atc 354/356 line) and Modena (atc 551/552 line). From Bologna airport  is available the shuttle "Ferrara Bus & Fly".. Atc - Ferrara bus&fly
By plane: The nearest airports to Ferrara are the "Marconi" of Bologna, the "Marco Polo" of Venice, the "Ridolfi" of Forlì, the "Catullo" of Verona and the "Fellini" Rimini

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