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Cimitero della Certosa

Via Borso d'Este 50, Ferrara, Italy
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Stunning architecture

Very tranquil, stunning Reinassance architecture, the locals call this 'countryside inside the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Terry C
Chiang Mai, Thailand
The countryside inside the city

The people of Ferrara call this area the countryside inside the.city. A definition.which... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2016
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3 weeks ago
“Stunning architecture”
19 Aug 2016
“The countryside inside the city”
Via Borso d'Este 50, Ferrara, Italy

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Very tranquil, stunning Reinassance architecture, the locals call this 'countryside inside the city' and you can understand why, such a beautiful setting

Thank Terry C
Reviewed 20 August 2016 via mobile

The people of Ferrara call this area the countryside inside the.city. A definition.which is.perfect.for a space which is just a few steps.away from the.main historical buildings but at the same.time seems so.distant in terms of atmosphere. I strongly suggest to.visit not.only the cemetery but also...More

Thank ulino1988
Reviewed 28 July 2016

A mystic place where appreciate Reinassance Architecuture and Urbanistic Developement! Perfect symmetry, geometric division of the spaces, incredible armony...

Thank giovibucci
Reviewed 24 June 2016

I stumbled across this on one of the self directed walking tours about town. A beautiful public cemetery set on acres of gardens. I spent some time wandering around. Very nicely laid out. Filled with tombs, memorials and graves. Very beautiful and peaceful. Unfortunately the...More

Thank octoplaits
Reviewed 23 May 2016

This is a beautiful, tranquil place with stunning architecture. However, it is a cemetery, a place of respect, were locals come to honour their loved ones, so don't expect ice-cream parlours and people having picnics on the grass.

Thank FTMDave
Reviewed 28 November 2015

While I was unable to locate any markers or graves of my ancestors, this is a beautiful and quiet place to spend sometime wandering and gain insight into the history of Ferrara's people.

Thank Patrick S
Reviewed 11 May 2014

The peace and beauty of this place (including the gardens and green spaces) is breathtaking. The architecture (by Rosetti) is so well proportioned and harmonious that it lifts the spirit. We went there on bicycles and had the place to ourselves. Only downside was that...More

Thank Caravanserai
Reviewed 22 April 2014

We appreciate the atmosphere and the garden. 15min by walk from the castle. If you are visiting Ferrara, I suggest to recover for half an hour here, then continue to visit this nice city.

Thank Gabriele G
Reviewed 10 September 2013

The outside of the Certosa is anot as elaborate as the Certosa in Milan. The church as being cleaned so the inside was stripped bare for cleaning. We went to the cemetery because distant family member is buried there. Out side is very pleasant

Thank pensione2013
Reviewed 15 July 2013

We ended up here by chance, and what a surprise! This place is totally worth a visit. We were there on a sunday afternoon in july, Ferrara was almost empty and somehow magic.

Thank Veloma
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