Hotel Le Corti

Address: Via Traversagno 32, Ferrara, Emilia-Romagna, 44100, Italy | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ferrara


A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Dec 12, 2014

... a week ago they had just started hanging Christmas lights up which was beautiful. We tried to cram a lot into two full days of sight seeing and two half days. It was really nice and except for the mornings of the last 2 days it didn't rain that much on us. God has relly blessed us with great weather for sight seeing on this trip. Karly and I have started to really be ready to come home in ...


A travel blog entry by hippler on Dec 03, 2014

1 comment, 53 photos

... was rainy each day we were there. But who cares? We're in Bologna! And, most of their streets in the center have arcades that cover the sidewalks. They are the arched, covered walkways that cool you off in the summer heat and keep you dry when it rains.

We got an apartment with a central location. The guy spent a lot of time with us telling us where to eat great food for reasonable prices. We owe him for ...


A travel blog entry by ckp on Nov 19, 2014

16 photos

... breakfast buffet comes with the room
Cakes, croissants, meats, eggs, fruit, cereal, juices
We choose "multivitamen juice"
And coffee - take your pick
Americano, Cappuccino
As many as you want
Next, to the train station
Adorable Spanish student
Strikes up a conversation, practice English
Very important
We manage to get tickets for "domani (tomorrow) on the 13:20
To Florence then to Siena (or so we thought :-))

Halfway done.

A travel blog entry by wwooftrip2014 on Nov 07, 2014

4 photos

... day when we went to see Pompei and she was very nice, it was good to be with another American. When we finally arrived at our new farm ************e spoke English except for another woofer from Spain, she saved us! The little town called Montagnana we are near is very nice and quiant, I really like it, it also has very good gelato shops. :) there is a huge midieval wall around the main town and they said it is possibly the oldest in Italy. From sorting ...


A travel blog entry by heidif on Jul 18, 2013

12 photos

When the d'Este family was ruling their ducal lands, they lived in a castello that remains in the old city center of Ferrara. It is still surrounded by a moat. While imposing, it appears smaller than perhaps it's real size. It sits not so far away from the rest of the city with buildings all around and a small park on one side. My train journey here is only 30 minutes as Ferrara is quite close to Bologna. I've been to this train station several times to change trains ...