Routes and tours
Guided tours (2 hours) to the historic centre of Ferrara. Tours are in Italian (other languages on previous arrangement).
A fascinating journey for visiting places full of spirituality.
A birds-eye of any land- or city-scape is undoubtedly a memorable experience, and even more so when it's from a hot-air balloon.
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.
Born in Bologna into a well-to-do Ferrarese family of Jewish origin, Giorgio Bassani grew up and completed his secondary education in Ferrara, the city in which all his works of fiction are set.
Didactic activities Saturday, September 21st and 28th - 3 pm Snakes and Ladders - Treasure hunt.
Along the ancient Via di San Francesco, the main thoroughfare of the new districts commissioned by Niccolò III and an elegant street in the Medieval city, stand many palazzos, patrician residences and major churches.
Nena is the name of a typical ‘vaporetto’, a motorboat used for transport on the canals of Venice, which has been restored and is now moored at the San Paolo dock of Ferrara.
Special night opening "9 pm - 11 pm" Astronomy night - Late opening and visit to the Lions Tower.
Special night opening 8 pm - 11 pm" Night guided tours starting with an aperitif at the Orange Loggia. Visit to the Lions Tower.
From the Middle Ages to today, the area around the Cathedral has always been the focus of the city life.
Throughout the Middle Ages and almost to the end of the 15th Century, the northern boundary of the city ran along the current road System of Viale Cavour-Corso Giovecca.
The walls, stretching for nine kilometres, surround Ferrara almost entirely, forming one of the most comprehensive and varied routes in Italy.
Until the 12th century, Via Ripagrande was the main branch of the Po that today runs a few kilometres away to the north of the city.
Guided tours by bike and by electric boat. In the afternoon, guided tour to the Land Reclamation Museum of Argenta.
Exploring the 6th Station of the Po Delta Park, to discover the Natural Reserve of Val Campotto and its extraordinary vegetation.
Guided tour on electric Golf Car will explore the paths of the Traversante hygrophile wood.
Guided tours on foot and by bicycle in the Valli di Argenta.
A route down the northern Adriatic Coast between the natural wonders of the Po Delta Park and the cultural cities of Ferrara and Ravenna, passing Chioggia, Comacchio, Cervia and Mesola.
From the Anse Vallive di Ostellato the route goes alongside the reclaimed land of the Mezzano, crosses the Bando Reserve and the Anse vallive di Porto and, after the Oasi Trava, reaches Argenta and its lagoons.
Excursion in the oasis for photography lovers, with the photographer Sergio Stignani.
Excursion through Campotto Oasis on “Pesce di legno” electric boat.
Ravenna and Ferrara are brought together in one pleasing journey. These are two centres of art with UNESCO World Heritage recognition rich in unmissable details: exhibitions, museums, monuments, churches.
This journey links two of the most important natural zones in the whole province of Ferrara, the freshwater lagoons of Argenta and the saltwater ones of Comacchio.
A long journey through the heart of the ancient delta of the Po river, that goes deep into the classic countryside to the south of Ferrara.
Guided tours by bike through the Traversante Wood and Cassa Campotto.
This journey takes from Venice's public transport network as far as Chioggia, crosses the rivers Brenta and Adige, and unwinds southwards through the landscape created by the River Po in its slow progress towards the Adriatic, which gave life to one of the broadest wetland zones of the European Mediterranean: The Po Delta. It arrives in Ferrara along the 'Destra Po' route.
The Destra Po Cycle Path has an outstanding route that follows the Great River for the last 132 km of its journey to the sea.