The Province of Ferrara consists of 26 comuni, all of which are part of the Emilia Romagna region. The Ferrara province is situated near the Po River Delta, offering tourists magnificent views of the nature. Ferrara is also close to the sea, many seaside resorts along the coast being visited every year by many and it is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its glorious past of art and history. Among the main tourist attractions of Ferrara, there are the medieval Italian palaces, such as the Palazzo Schifanoia, many museums, entire ancient cities and much more.
The city is surrounded by 9 km of ancient walls, the best preserved Renaissance walls in Italy, along with the walls of Lucca. You won't regret taking a walk along the "Le Mura di Ferrara", the sights are stunningly beautiful.
Ferrara is a cultural and art centre and it is also the headquarter for the prestigious Italian Hermitage Museum, since 2006. The city was also home for the House of Este, the European princely dynasty, so the Castel Estense (or the House of Este) is definitely the main attraction of the city. Located in the centre of Ferrara, the medieval structure surrounded by a moat, looks just like most...