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Ferrara wheelchair accessible tours disabled excursions is a splendid city of art to be enjoyed walking through its streets, discovering in every corner of its magnificent Renaissance character and taking from this glorious past the reasons for his present.

The Este Family ruled for three centuries and gave the appearance that still preserves.

Unique urban planning that combines the Middle Ages and Renaissance, and makes it the first modern city in Europe.

Precisely because of this characteristic, it has been recognized by UNESCO World Heritage.

It 'a silent city, on a human scale, to be discover on wheelchair or by bicycle, reliving every step magical atmosphere of the past.

The best times to visit Ferrara wheelchair accessible tours disabled excursions, are spring and autumn.

Especially in May is a month of celebrations, related to the famous Palio di San Giorgio.

In March and September prestigious exhibitions attract many visitors to the Palazzo Diamanti, Ferrara jewel of the Renaissance.

Last week of August street musicians from all over the world gather at the Ferrara Buskers Festival filling of notes evenings of late summer.

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To do not miss, Palazzo Schifanoia with its splendid Salone dei Mesi frescoed in the XV century by the painters of the Officina Ferrarese.

The Estense Castle, former residence of the Dukes of Este.

The harmonious Romanesque-Gothic Cathedral and its Museum with works of great value, including the organ doors depicting the Annunciation and St George slaying the dragon, made by Cosimo Tura (1469), master of the Ferrara School.

On the left side of the Cathedral, overlooking the square, there is the Loggia dei Merciai, occupied by shops and workshops since medieval times.

You can not leave without taking a walk in its picturesque medieval streets and a bike ride on the renaissance walls that have maintained intact their original appearance.

At dusk the medieval streets around the cathedral come alive for the usual aperitif: in one of these narrow streets is also the world's oldest tavern, mentioned by Ludovico Ariosto.

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