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Via delle Volte

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Via delle Volte

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Via Capo delle Volte Via Coperta, Ferrara Italy
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Transfer with stops: Florence - Venice with stops in Bologna and Ferrara
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Transfer with stops: Florence - Venice with stops in Bologna and Ferrara

In addition to classical transfers we use to propose transfers with stops. This way of travelling is very efficent, because the customers can use this occasion to stop during the trip and visit cities and villages:<br>Don’t mIss the chance to visit Bologna and Ferrara with expert local driver-guide. <br>During your trip between Florence and Venice we will stop twice to admire the beauty of the city of Bologna and the incredible Estensi Castle in Ferrara. <br>Ferrara is a spectacular metropolis of art and culture. It blends medieval and Renaissance for a distinctive combination. Bologna is not just famous for the "tortellini" pasta, the medieval historical centre of the town is famed for its lively student population, impeccable cuisine, theatre, and nightlife.<br>Later we will arrive in Venice in Piazzale Roma where you'll take the public or private boat-taxi for your address destination in Venice.
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keithpI29YF wrote a review Jan 2020
16 contributions18 helpful votes
Unforgettable snippet of history Not to be missed. Off the beaten track. Make it part of visit to bologna or Padua.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Gina M wrote a review Nov 2019
Portland, Oregon3 contributions4 helpful votes
At nighttime, this medieval alley street (part of the Ferrara's historic Jewish Ghetto) transforms from a quiet sidestreet with plenty of old arches (thus, the name) to a magical doorway back to another era. The streetlamps glow and, barring the lack of authentic raw sewage or rotting animal carcases, you could be in the Middle Ages. Most of the old town of Ferrara has been power-washed, steam cleaned and made pretty (which I still enjoyed)... not Via delle Volte; I felt as if I could still sense the thousands of difficult lives who lived in this claustrophobic neighborhood. It was one of my favorite experiences in a recent trip to Italy.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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john b wrote a review Oct 2019
Valparaiso, Indiana754 contributions292 helpful votes
We walked it and then realized we were going back for the Restaurant that evening. Everywhere in old Ferrara is wonderful to walk through but this moe like a back alley...old and a little creepy
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Date of experience: October 2019
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BobandJosie wrote a review May 2019
Reading, United Kingdom991 contributions340 helpful votes
Walking back from the Palazzina Marfisa D'Este we chose to avoid the (somewhat noisy) main street and instead came back via the back streets boardering the other side of the University buildings. This lead us to the delightful Via delle Volte - which is surprisingly quiet and charming.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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Lucie M wrote a review Apr 2019
Vancouver, Canada175 contributions31 helpful votes
This is a wonderfully evocative street - we felt we were back in the 13th Century. And no traffic... Magic.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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