Ferrara

Is a town and comune in Emilia-Romagna, northern Italy, capital of the Province of Ferrara. As of 2016 it had 132,009 inhabitants.It is situated 44 kilometres northeast of Bologna, on the Po di Volano, a branch channel of the main stream of the Po River, located 5 km north. The town has broad streets and numerous palaces dating from the Renaissance, when it hosted the court of the House of Este. For its beauty and cultural importance, it has been designated by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The town of Ferrara lies on the southern shores of the Po river, and the territory of the municipality, entirely part of the Padanplain, is overwhelmingly flat, situated on average just 9 metres (30 ft.) above sea-level. The Palio of St. George is a medieval-themed horse race held every last Sunday of May. Established in 1279, it is probably the oldest such competition in the world. The Ferrara Buskers Festival is a non-competitive parade of street musicians from all over the world. At the 2017 edition, more than 1,000 artists from 35 different nations took part in the festival, including dancers, clowns, equilibrists, jugglers and other original performers. Additionally, the town hosts the yearly Ferrara Balloons Festival, a large hot-air balloon show. Wikipedia

Video 1 – Via Darsena to Stazione, Via S. Giacomo
Approximately 4.16 km – 2.58  miles

The walk starts in Via Darsena – Via Pola – Via Giuseppe Agnelli – Viale dei Mille – Acquedotto Monumentale, Piazza XXIV Maggio – Corso Vittorio Veneto – Via Arturo Cassoli – Via Giuseppe Garibaldi – Piazza della Repubblica – Piazzetta del Castello – Largo Castello – Castello Estense di Ferrara, Largo Castello – Piazza Torquato Tasso – Chiesa del Gesù – Via Borgo dei Leoni – Giardini Estensi, Corso Porta Mare – Orto botanico dell’Università di Ferrara, Corso Porta Mare – Palazzo dei Diamanti, Corso Ercole I d’Este – Corso Porta Mare – Chiesa Di San Benedetto, Corso Porta Po – Corso Porta Po – Viale della Costituzione – Stazione, Via S. Giacomo

Video 2 – Corso Ercole I d’Este to Corso Martiri della Libertà
Approximately 2.51 km – 1.56 miles

The walk starts in Corso Ercole I d’Este – Viale della Certosa – Via Borso – Chiesa di San Cristoforo alla Certosa, Via Borso – Via Borso – Piazza Ariostea – Via Palestro – Via Bersaglieri del Po – Via Canonica – Piazza Trento – Trieste – Via Giuseppe Mazzini – Piazza Trento – Piazza della Cattedrale – Piazza del Municipio – Corso Martiri della Libertà

Video 3 – The Historical Procession of the Palio of Ferrara