About the property
- Apartment355 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 nights
A stone's throw from the most important tourist spots
With exquisite furnishing details and completely overlooking the ancient garden of the building.
Ideal for couples or families with modern and refined taste.
Of 33 square meters. walkable, but very spacious and with divided environments.
One bedroom (with double bed), living room with double sofa bed and independent kitchen.
Independent heating, air conditioning and TV in the room, modern kitchen, with the possibility to cook and stay at home.
On the ground floor with free Wi-Fi.
- Response rate:
- Response time:
- within one hour
- english, german, spanish, italian
- Calendar last updated:
- May 23, 2018
Local Services & Businesses
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Cosy appartment in the heart of Ferrara
We spent one week in Enrico's appartement and had a perfect stay. The appartment is located directly in the historical center of Ferrara, midway between the Castello Estense and the Palazzo dei Diamanti. The appartment is newly renovated and very well equipped. The windows look to the nice green courtyard, so the appartement is very quiet. The place can be reached easily from Ferrara train station in a 5 minute bus ride, and busses run frequently. Enrico is a very nice host. He met us personally when we arrived and gave us many useful hints what to see and where to go. He also provided us with two bicycles to explore the city. We recommend the appartment and would love to come back.
Appartamento nuovo e pulito ottimo per visitare il centro di Ferrara, Zona molto tranquilla
ho passato 3 giorni in questo appartamento appena ristrutturato pulito e funzionante, esso è situato in zona vicina al centro di Ferrara in una zona tranquilla, mi sento di consigliare questo appartamento senza ombra di smentita. Antonio Riccardo.
Ferrara is the heir of an important cultural heritage of the Renaissance, a time when it was the capital of an independent duchy under the rule of the Este family, and had developed into an artistic and academic center of Europe, where they lived personalities like poets Ludovico Ariosto and Torquato Tasso, scientists Nicolaus Copernicus and Paracelsus, the Andrea Mantegna and Titian artists, writers Giovanni Pico della Mirandola and Pietro Bembo.
It is also a city of great urbanistic interest as during the Renaissance there the first great urban designs of modern European history took place, the most notable of which is the Herculean Addition, commissioned in 1484 by the Duke Ercole d'Este architect Biagio Rossetti. The new part of town is called Arianuova, both for its location outside the old axis of the medieval castle, and because it connoted to the end of the nineteenth century by large green areas with no buildings, called "orchards and gardens", the new internal mighty rossettiane walls. Through this architectural Ferrara it is considered by scholars to the first modern city in Europe.
UNESCO gives it the title of World Heritage for the first time in 1995 as the city of the Renaissance and later, in 1999, received further recognition for the Po Delta and the Este delights. Ferrara is also one of the four provincial capitals (along with Bergamo, Lucca and Grosseto), whose old town is almost completely surrounded by walls which, in turn, have maintained intact their original appearance over the centuries. Ferrara, Pisa and Ravenna, is also one of the first cities in the aforementioned silence in Laudi of Gabriele D'Annunzio.
Ferrara's oldest university (University of Ferrara) and archbishopric Studies (Archdiocese of Ferrara-Comacchio). Hosts important cultural centers: the National Art Gallery of Palazzo dei Diamanti, the National Archaeological Museum, the Museum of the Risorgimento and the Resistance, the museum of modern art and contemporary Filippo de Pisis, the museum of the Cathedral, the museum Giovanni Boldini, the museum Italian Judaism and the Shoah and many other museums.