Holiday Inn Express Ferrara North

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Via Eridano 2, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy
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Forum Posts

Convent Corpus Domini - is reconstruction over?

by Barkay

2 years ago I visited Ferrara, but unfortunately the church of the convent Corpus Domini with tombs of d'Este was closed for heavy reconstruction.
I'll stop in Bologna for 2 days this October, and it is not far from Ferrara.
May be somebody knows is the church open already for tourists, or it still under reconstruction?
Thank you in advance.

Re: Convent Corpus Domini - is reconstruction over?

by domenicococozza

Couldn't sweat to it, but I think it re-opened some time in 2009.
The following link gives phone numbers etc., and appears to back up the above.
http://www.ferraraterraeacqua.it/sito?lang=EN&artecultura=1&scheda=21

Ferrara Tourist Office

by microsensazione

It is not so simple to know it because sometimes delays could occur often due to older archaeological sites under the one in reconstruction.
Anyway I suggest you to keep a contact with Ferrara Tourist Office one week before your stay in Bologna on October.
I found these links:

MAIL: infotur@provincia.fe.it
TELEPHONE: +39 0532 599490
FAX: +39 0532 212266
WEB:http://www.ferraraterraeacqua.it/sito?lang=EN

Hope to be helpful!
Welcome in my Country!

Fabrizio

Travel Tips for Ferrara

Ferrara Tourist Office Links

by microsensazione

It is not so simple to know when a tourist site reopen after a reconstruction because sometimes delays could occur often due to older sites under the one existent.
Anyway I suggest you to keep a contact with Ferrara Tourist Office one week before your stay in Bologna on October.
I found these links:

MAIL: infotur@provincia.fe.it
TELEPHONE: +39 0532 599490
FAX: +39 0532 212266
WEB:http://www.ferraraterraeacqua.it/sito?lang=EN

Hope to be helpful!
Welcome in my Country!

Fabrizio

A Lively city

by vysnaite

What I loved about Ferrara was that it's an alive city. With many modern people, youth, movement, energy. It's not a desserted place or a place that would offer few monuments and silence. Nope.. There's something in the air..

Oh good old times!

by oja

Boys in Ferrara like it Medieval... Nooo, I'm joking! Anyway - medieval or not, they're just as open and kind (not to say good-looking!) as elsewhere in Italy. Enjoy their company (if a thing like that has to be said at all ;-))

Easy to find...

by Azhut

of course you need a city map to visit Ferrara. You can find it to the tourist office. But the easiest way to get it is to go to MC Donald's in front of the Cathedral, there you can have very usefull maps.

Tourist Information Office
Castello Estense
44100 FERRARA (FE )
Tel: 0039 0532 209370 / 299303
Fax: 0039 0532 212266
infotur@provincia.fe.it
http://www.provincia.fe.it

A tribute to an old favorite

by emmaryan about Trattoria Da Giacomino

Note: The Trattoria Da Giacomino ceased operations on December 30 1997. It is still listed here because it has served as a paradigm of a genuine trattoria.
Da Giacomino
Located on Via Garibaldi 135, just beyond the Piazza dei Sagrati as one walks away from the center of town. Closed Saturday. The proprietor is Giacomo Rizatti, who has been running the trattoria with Signora Rizatti for over 50 years. He is there to man the bar at lunch time, but the Signora is always there, to recite the menu, take the order, bring the food, and collect the bill at the end. She never makes a mistake. The food is invariably wholesome, sometimes excellent, like roast veal, roast rabbit, and tripe, as well as the cutlets (Milanese, for example, which is tender veal breaded and fried quickly). Sometimes they do their own dessert, with mascarpone and strawberries in season. You can also get the pasta filled with zucca (either pumpkin or squash depending on the biologist you talk to,) a Ferrarese specialty.
(Plagiarised from Dad)

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Address: Via Eridano 2, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy