Why This May Be the Most Festive Italian Town for the Holidays

Dec 18, 2021 240

BY: Silvia Donati

The Renaissance and medieval heart of Ferrara, a Unesco-inscribed town in Emilia-Romagna, comes alive in December with shows, light performances, Christmas villages and Christmas markets, making it an ideal destination to visit with family during this time of the year.   

Cheerful Christmas lights envelop the streets of the city center, decorated with more than 100 km of installations and light strips, taking on a different look for each street and square. Three large Christmas trees have been set up in three different parts of the city (namely Piazza Cattedrale, the main square where the Duomo is located; Piazza XXIV Maggio; and the space between Via San Romano and Piazza del Travaglio; all within walking distance of one another. 

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SOURCE: https://www.italymagazine.com

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