Palace Inn Hotel Ferrara 4 star hotel

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The best way to visit Ferrara? The bicycle rental service at the Palace Inn Hotel

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The Best Western Palace Inn Hotel in Ferrara offers a bicycle rental service through which you can easily reach the center of Ferrara, only 2 km away, and move freely around the city using the bike path that starts directly from our 4 star hotel.

The bikes can be booked directly at the reception free of charge and subject to availability.


Bike routes in Ferrara, try them with Palace Inn Hotel 

The staff at the Palace Inn Hotel in Ferrara will suggest you many routes, starting directly from our 4 stars hotel , thanks to which you can discover beauty of Ferrara that you couldn’t see otherwise.

Some examples?

The walls of Ferrara

The 9 km from the Este Castle walls along the north of the city can be traveled only on foot or by bicycle.

The ramparts and passages testify to the different defensive techniques developed over the centuries, but the walls of Ferrara immersed in the green of a large garden are now a place of rest and meetings.


The Po Delta

The Park of the Po Delta is the largest Italian extension of protected wetlands and is recognized as UNESCO world heritage site.

The many trails through the park are cycling paths and enables you to easily watch towers and hides for bird watching or simply get in touch with the beauty of the park.


The Old Town and the Jewish structures

The symbol of Ferrara is the Este Castle, a fortress built as a fortified palace to protect the Este after a popular uprising, but later converted into a residential dwelling and embellished with richly decorated halls.

In the medieval quarters of the center is also the area of the old ghetto, where you can admire the building with the three synagogues and a museum dedicated to the history of the Jewish community in the nearby neighborhood renaissance is placed instead the Jewish Cemetery, lying in a green area behind the walls of Ferrara.