Hotel Le Corti

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

Sleep Deprivation

A travel blog entry by magicianactor on Mar 26, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... or 10 hour flight and I was loopy. But we made some good discoveries on Day 2. We toured the University of Bologna a bit, which is Europe's oldest university. Our library tour allowed for no photographs, which is fine. It left more room on my phone for food porn. That's what really matters here.

I also bought toothpaste on this magnificent day, which brings me to my chosen TravelPod title. ...

Day sightseeing in Bologna

A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Feb 23, 2015

Morning started with the MOST delicious breakfast ever. Biggest choice of breakfast goodies ever. We could even had a glass of Prosecco. What more could we ask?? Delightful hotel and really good value. Then off we went to climb up the 90 metre leaning tower. We have included photos to prove that we got to the very top. Interesting construction. The walls must be about 7-8 foot thick at the ...

Bologna

A travel blog entry by tonyjules on Feb 22, 2015

9 photos

... however visit a rather strange museum dedicated to the Etruscans. Sadly not much in English. However clearly they were rather keen on the afterlife. We popped into the main church to find that there was a Scout event going on with about a billion scouts milling around in rather a grand church. Bologna did have quite a few towers built many years ago ( I suspect in the "mine is bigger than yours" sort of way). There are a few still around. Two are notable, one of which is ...

Farewell Rome, we had a great time

A travel blog entry by blain_holidays on Feb 12, 2015

3 photos

This morning Nathan's battle with the infamous Roman traffic started up again. We got away from the apartment at about 10am and missed most of the peak hour traffic so the trip out of the city was relatively smooth. It is great to see how patient the drivers in the cities of Europe seem to be. Double parking, parking on the footpath or on pedestrian crossings are accepted with no ...

Ferrara

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 ...