Ferrara is an unmissable stop for all those who love art, culture, nature and good food.
Moreover, it’s a city with a strong Renaissance character. It is no coincidence that it was one of the culturally founding seigniories of the Renaissance in Italy. Ferrara welcomes every year thousands of visitors from all over the world. To date, the most important monuments have been made accessible to people with disabilities, among the main ones are:
The castle built in 1385. It was built to ensure political and military control and for the defense of the Este family.
It is one of the characteristic monuments of the city of Ferrara. In addition, the castle today is accessible to people with disabilities and reduced mobility. Especially thanks to the use of elevators that allow movement throughout the castle.
At Palazzo Schifanoia thanks to the recovery of rooms and spaces previously closed or used for other purposes, the museum has been made accessible to people with disabilities both in the exhibition spaces of the Piano Nobile and in the spaces dedicated to teaching
Inside the palace known to be one of Ferrara’s famous monuments, there are disabled toilets. Moreover there is a wheelchair available at the ticket office. Moreover a disabled parking spaces is available at the Diamanti Parking Lot in Via Arianuova 21.
Absolutely not to be missed is the visit to the Jewish ghetto of the city which extends from Via Mazzini (the main street of the Jewish ghetto once Via Sabbioni) to Via delle Androne.
In addition thanks to the total absence of height difference, it is possible to visit the ghetto also for those with motor disabilities to enjoy the fantastic buildings and places that have made for better or worse the history of Ferrara.
To discover and visit the fascinating Ferrara, home of the Italian Renaissance along with other important seigniories such as Florence, Mantua and Siena click HERE.
Duration: 5 days / 4 nights
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Duration: 7 days / 6 nights
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Duration: 6 days / 5 nights
Duration: 5 days / 4 nights
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