Ferrara is a beautiful city located in the Italian region called Emilia-Romagna along the Po river.
The centre of Ferrara is an UNESCO classified world heritage.
The Renaissance atmosphere is a typical characteristic of the centre of the city.
Ferrara has uncertain origin: probably was founded by the inhabitants of the nearest lagoon.
The Este family was very important for the economic and cultural development.
Ferrara today count about 132.000 inhabitants.
Your contribution can be useful for other tourists
More Travel Guides in Italy:
Bologna (About 27.3 mi)
More information Italy:
|Bologna - 27.3 mi|
Bologna is located in the northern part of Italy. This city of approximately 374,000 inhabitants, though small, is one of Italy’s premier cultural and commercial hubs.
|Imola - 34 mi|
Imola is a town, commune in the province of Bologna, located on the Santerno River, in the Emilia-Romagna region of north-central Italy. The town is traditionally considered as the...