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Bike Tour Discovering Ferrara

Bike Tour Discovering Ferrara - Ferrara, Italy

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Ferrara, Italy

From USD
$58.59

You will find Ferrara's bike-friendly streets and frozen-in-time palazzi relatively unexplored and wonderfully tranquil during this 3-hour bike tour.

A heavyweight Renaissance art city peppered with colossal palaces and still ringed by its intact medieval walls, Ferrara jumps out at you like an absconded Casanova (he once stayed here) on the route between Bologna and Venice.

Two souls vibrate in the city of Ferrara: a medieval one in the south and the a Renaissance one in the north, converging in the Castello Estense.

Start by Viale Cavour-Corso Giovecca, the road axis that represents an ideal bridge between the Middle Ages and Renaissance. We are going to reach the ancient city walls by bike, and we we’ll find out that Ferrara is one of the few Italian cities still walled up, surrounded by as many as 9 km of defensive walls with green paths, viable on foot or by bike.

Then we will continue our guided tour beginning from the mighty Castello Estense ... More info ›

You will find Ferrara's bike-friendly streets and frozen-in-time palazzi relatively unexplored and wonderfully tranquil during this 3-hour bike tour.

A heavyweight Renaissance art city peppered with colossal palaces and still ringed by its intact medieval walls, Ferrara jumps out at you like an absconded Casanova (he once stayed here) on the route between Bologna and Venice.

Two souls vibrate in the city of Ferrara: a medieval one in the south and the a Renaissance one in the north, converging in the Castello Estense.

Start by Viale Cavour-Corso Giovecca, the road axis that represents an ideal bridge between the Middle Ages and Renaissance. We are going to reach the ancient city walls by bike, and we we’ll find out that Ferrara is one of the few Italian cities still walled up, surrounded by as many as 9 km of defensive walls with green paths, viable on foot or by bike.

Then we will continue our guided tour beginning from the mighty Castello Estense. This symbol of the city’s history and power dates from the time of the Este family, the Lords who ruled Ferrara for over 300 years, making it a capital for culture and artistic achievements. See the magnificent façade of St. George Cathedral, all decorated with stone relief like lace and full of statues, with monsters and griffins at the front door. The long side of the cathedral on Piazza Trento & Trieste (once the market square) is also beautiful.

Then we'll go on towards the famous district of 'Addizione Erculea.' Commissioned by Duke Ercole I at the end of the 15th century, it’s the very first European example of integral development plan that earned Ferrara’s inclusion in the UNESCO List in 1995. Here, the most famous building is Palazzo dei Diamanti with 8,500 ashlar stone diamond-shaped blocks.

From Quadrivio Degli Angeli we arrive at Piazza Ariostea dominated by the statue of court poet, Ludovico Ariosto. Not far away is the Monumental Certosa of San Cristoforo, a beautiful religious complex from the 15th century, and the relaxing Ferrara walls too.

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Private Day Tour of Ravenna and Ferrara

Private Day Tour of Ravenna and Ferrara - Ferrara, Italy

Duration: Flexible
Location: Ferrara, Italy

From USD
$373.68

Enjoy a full-day private tour of Ravenna and nearby Ferrara to explore the major attractions in each city. See Ravenna's Basilica of San Vitale, the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Piazza del Popolo, St Francis' Crypt, the tomb of Dante Alighieri, and the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo ... More info ›

Enjoy a full-day private tour of Ravenna and nearby Ferrara to explore the major attractions in each city. See Ravenna's Basilica of San Vitale, the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the Piazza del Popolo, St Francis' Crypt, the tomb of Dante Alighieri, and the Basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo. Then see Ferrara's imposing Castello Estense, the majestic Romanesque cathedral, and the streets of the Medieval and Renaissance historical city center.

Meet your private guide in either Ravenna or Ferrara to begin this full-day tour.

Visit the historic city of Ravenna in the morning. 1600 years ago Ravenna was the capital of the Western Roman Empire, and later the capital of the Kingdom of Italy, a key town in the history of the Western world and beyond. Ravenna retains the lavish testimonials of this glorious past; in fact, the city preserves the richest world heritage of mosaics dating from the 5th and the 6th century AD, kept within its Paleo-Christian and Byzantine religious buildings, all UNESCO World Heritage sites.

Visiting the historic center on foot or by bicycle is like reliving thousands of years of history. Start from ancient Roman times with Ravenna's early Christian basilicas, through the Renaissance and up to the 19th century, when the city was rediscovered by famous visitors such as Oscar Wilde, Sigmund Freud, Lord Byron, and Gustav Klimt.

In the afternoon, head for the city of Ferrara, a splendid city of art. Enjoy walking its streets to absorb its character. The magnificence of this Renaissance capital is revealed on every corner.

Through its glorious past you can understand the roots of its present. The Este family governed here for three centuries and gave the city the appearance it has today: a uniquely planned city, harmoniously fusing Medieval and Renaissance, Europe's first modern city. It is precisely these characteristics that secured its UNESCO World Heritage status.

This private day tour will allow you to visit these 2 beautiful cities, and is a great introductory tour.

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Historic Tour of Ferrara

Historic Tour of Ferrara - Ferrara, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 18 minutes
Location: Ferrara, Italy

From USD
$45.44

Visit the italian “city of bikes” , declared Unesco World Heritage due to its still intact old town, and admire stunning palaces built by the famous Este family, such as the Estense Castle, now the symbol of the city, and the gorgeous Palazzo dei Diamanti

Meet your guide at the central train Station of Ferrara, where you will pick up your bike and start the tour of the city.

Starting with a look at the Po’s bank, a central point for the growth and development of the town, you will then ride towards the Cathedral of St.George, an amazing Romanesque display with a unique façade raising in front of the City Hall. Here you will be guided through the story of the Estensi, the family who paved the way to the Renaissence in Emilia Romagna.

You’ll visit the Jewish District, a community embraced by the Este family, and ride along Via delle Volte, an ancient cobbled medieval street teeming with porticoes and arches that will give you a glimpse of ancient times.

A stop at the Estense Castle is therefore mandatory: a fortress built to defend the Dukes from public revolts and that stands still surrounded by its moat at the centre of the city.

Afterwards, you will ride to Piazza Aristotea where the oldest Palio of the world is still raced nowadays and arrive at the Monumental Complex of La Certosa, Ferrara’s main graveyard ... More info ›

Visit the italian “city of bikes” , declared Unesco World Heritage due to its still intact old town, and admire stunning palaces built by the famous Este family, such as the Estense Castle, now the symbol of the city, and the gorgeous Palazzo dei Diamanti

Meet your guide at the central train Station of Ferrara, where you will pick up your bike and start the tour of the city.

Starting with a look at the Po’s bank, a central point for the growth and development of the town, you will then ride towards the Cathedral of St.George, an amazing Romanesque display with a unique façade raising in front of the City Hall. Here you will be guided through the story of the Estensi, the family who paved the way to the Renaissence in Emilia Romagna.

You’ll visit the Jewish District, a community embraced by the Este family, and ride along Via delle Volte, an ancient cobbled medieval street teeming with porticoes and arches that will give you a glimpse of ancient times.

A stop at the Estense Castle is therefore mandatory: a fortress built to defend the Dukes from public revolts and that stands still surrounded by its moat at the centre of the city.

Afterwards, you will ride to Piazza Aristotea where the oldest Palio of the world is still raced nowadays and arrive at the Monumental Complex of La Certosa, Ferrara’s main graveyard. You will enjoy cycling on top of the city old walls, perfectly preserved and suitable for cycling. From here you will be able to admire the old city enclosed in its walls and surrounded by its green countryside.

A ride across the famous Corso Ercole I d'Este, boulevard named after the Duke that commisioned the enlargement of the city during the Renaissence and a visit to the outstanding Palazzo dei Diamanti, which stands at the crossing between two main streets of the Addizione Erculea, and which takes its name from its clad of over 8000 pryramid-shaped stones, will complete and end this amazing tour of the city.

You will then slowly ride back to the train station in order to leave your bike at the end of the tour

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Private Historical Bike Tour of Ferrara

Private Historical Bike Tour of Ferrara - Ferrara, Italy

Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Location: Ferrara, Italy

From USD
$227.20

Ferrara, known as “the city of bikes”, is one of the cities with the highest number of bicycles in the world: in fact, two wheels are the perfect way of discovering all the secrets offered by this pearl of the Renaissance. Submerged in the green Valley of the Po river, Ferrara has been declared a Unesco World Heritage due to its still intact old town ... More info ›

Ferrara, known as “the city of bikes”, is one of the cities with the highest number of bicycles in the world: in fact, two wheels are the perfect way of discovering all the secrets offered by this pearl of the Renaissance. Submerged in the green Valley of the Po river, Ferrara has been declared a Unesco World Heritage due to its still intact old town. You will admire stunning palaces built by the famous Este family, such as the Estense Castle, now the symbol of the city, and the gorgeous Palazzo dei Diamanti. You won’t want to miss a ride on its ancient walls, now completely suitable for cycling.

Meet your guide at the central train Station of Ferrara, where you will pick up your bike and start the tour of the city. Starting with a look at the Po’s bank, a central point for the growth and development of the town, you will then ride towards the Cathedral of St.George, an amazing Romanesque display with a unique façade raising in front of the City Hall. Here you will be guided through the story of the Estensi, the family who paved the way to the Renaissence in Emilia Romagna.

You’ll visit the Jewish District, a community embraced by the Este family, and ride along Via delle Volte, an ancient cobbled medieval street teeming with porticoes and arches that will give you a glimpse of ancient times. A stop at the Estense Castle is therefore mandatory: a fortress built to defend the Dukes from public revolts and that stands still surrounded by its moat at the centre of the city.

Afterwards, you will ride to Piazza Aristotea where the oldest Palio of the world is still raced nowadays and arrive at the Monumental Complex of La Certosa, Ferrara’s main graveyard. You will enjoy cycling on top of the city old walls, perfectly preserved and suitable for cycling. From here you will be able to admire the old city enclosed in its walls and surrounded by its green countryside. A ride across the famous Corso Ercole I d'Este, boulevard named after the Duke that commisioned the enlargement of the city during the Renaissence and a visit to the outstanding Palazzo dei Diamanti, which stands at the crossing between two main streets of the Addizione Erculea, and which takes its name from its clad of over 8000 pryramid-shaped stones, will complete and end this amazing tour of the city. 

You will then slowly ride back to the train station in order to leave your bike at the end of the tour.

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Private walking tour of Ferrara with a local guide

Private walking tour of Ferrara with a local guide - Ferrara, Italy

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Ferrara, Italy

From USD
$322.86

Explore Ferrara on this private walking tour and enjoy a splendid city of art with a strong "Renaissance character", revealed in every corner. Walk though the streets of this UNESCO World Heritage site and see its wonders, like the famous Estense Castle!

Ferrara is a splendid city of art, ideal to be enjoyed walking through its streets and discovering its "Renaissance character", revealed on every corner. The famous Este family governed here for three centuries and gave the city the appearance it has today: a uniquely planned city, which harmoniously fuses the Mediaeval and Renaissance styles and that can represent Europe's first modern city ... More info ›

Explore Ferrara on this private walking tour and enjoy a splendid city of art with a strong "Renaissance character", revealed in every corner. Walk though the streets of this UNESCO World Heritage site and see its wonders, like the famous Estense Castle!

Ferrara is a splendid city of art, ideal to be enjoyed walking through its streets and discovering its "Renaissance character", revealed on every corner. The famous Este family governed here for three centuries and gave the city the appearance it has today: a uniquely planned city, which harmoniously fuses the Mediaeval and Renaissance styles and that can represent Europe's first modern city. Thanks to these characteristics, Ferrara gained its UNESCO World Heritage status.

Through this guided walking tour, lead by your private guide, you'll get to see the main and most important sites in town, like the famous Castello Estense (the castle of the historic Este family), Piazza Savonarola, Palazzo Arcivescovile, the harmonious Romanesque and Gothic Cathedral of Ferrara, Palazzo Marchionale, the particular Jewish ghetto (the region's largest and oldest, which prevailed from 1627 until 1859) and Via delle Volte.

Get ready to take great pictures of this hidden Italian gem!

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