Hotel Daniela

Via Arginone 198, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy
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Casa Degli Artisti

by jennifer_m

Hi,

I am travelling to Italy next March and was thinking of stopping
for a few days in Ferrara. The problem is that I am alone, on a
budget, and Ferrara apparently has no hostel anymore per the
official hostelling organization. Casa Degli Artisti seems to
be the cheapest hotel (for a single room, not double), has anyone
stayed there? I don't care if the rooms are very small (who goes
to Italy to sit in their hotel room?) or it has no TV or things
like that. I'm just looking for reasonably clean and safe. (I know
Italy is much safer than the US in general but a woman travelling
alone gets nervous)

Thanks,
Jennifer

RE: Casa Degli Artisti

by AngeloRecchi

Hi Jennifer, Ferrara is a very safe city, I'd say the safest in Emilia-Romagna. I don't know exactly where Casa degli Artisti is, anyway the city centre shouldn't give you troubles.

Enjoy Ferrara!

RE: RE: Casa Degli Artisti

by jennifer_m

Grazie! Nice to know it's safe by Italian standards (which I would think are higher than urban USA standards). I'm so excited about my trip and Ferrara looks so gorgeous but this was the only really cheap hotel I could find.

Travel Tips for Ferrara

The Castle as We Know It

by oja

The Estense castle from 13th century was THE castle - or if you want, the Platonic idea of a castle - to me. It had everything fairytales castles have - the mobile bridge, the sunny yard, the massive walls and the water around it. And yes, the dungeons whose doors were only five foot high... brrr.

Signs of greatness

by iandsmith

One of the great facades of Italian churches, the Duomo in Ferrara is done in Romanesque-Gothic style and dates from the 12th century. It was designed by Wiligelmus and finely detailed reliefs depict scenes from the last judgement.

Il Palio di San Giorgio: Cavalieri

by von.otter

“Indeed, though disposed to condole with Ferrara upon the fact of her having become part of modern Italy, I could not deny, on better acquaintance with her, that she was still almost entirely of the past.”
— from “Italian Journeys” 1867 by William Dean Howells

At il Palio di San Giorgio we were well protected by 21st-century knights-of-old.

Chiesa dei Teatini

by aliante1981

A smaller, really funny looking church. I mean, I probably would not have taken it for one had I not known it was a church beforehand. No offence meant, though, because the place's nice.

The church was built in the first half of 17th century according to designs by architect Luca Danesi. The facade's incomplete, and that's why the church looks kind of funny. I read it was to be covered in marble: I wonder how it would have looked then?

The frescoes inside are, by contrast, very much complete, among them the cycles by Clemente Majoli - and these date back to the later part of the 17th century. Also see the "Purificazione della Vergine" (or 'Purification of the Virgin Mary'), by Guercino (year 1634).

Cathedral - façade

by Willettsworld

Ferrara's Cathedral, built in 1135, is a gem of Romanic and Gothic architecture. The outstanding façade, divided into three sections, was begun in Romanesque style, still visible in the lower part. Note the St. George and the scenes from the New Testament above the central door, the work of the sculptor Nicholaus (1135).
The upper part was built some decades later in a Gothic style and besides the numerous small arches and the splayed mullioned windows presents an extraordinary Last Judgment by an unknown sculptor over the central loggia.

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