new year's eve in ferrara

Welcome 2024 between the art of Palazzo Diamanti and the spectacular Fire of the Estense Castle. The package includes:
  • Overnight in the central room & breakfast, with accommodation in a double room and breakfast included in the coffee bar a few steps from the hotel;
  • Guided tour of the exhibition of the Palazzo Diamanti "Achille Funi. A master of the twentieth century between history and myth" (reduced price ticket with MyFe Card) with special opening and visit to the Sala dell'Arengo;
  • Tasting of typical products at the Caffè dei Diamanti, in the beautiful setting of the renovated Palazzo;
  • MyFe Card, cumulative ticket for admission to civic and state museums, valid for 3 days;
  • Medical insurance;
  • And for free, the mini guide pdf to the places of the city that inspired the art of Achille Funi.
From 30th December to 1st January - 3 days and 2 nights
Price per person from € 320,00
Do you want to spend a magical New Year’s Eve in one of the most sought-after destinations in Italy, between art exhibitions, history and a breathtaking fireworks show? The right choice is Ferrara!

We offer you a complete package, thanks to which you will only have to reach the city and have fun!
You will stay a few steps from the beautiful Cathedral and the Old Town.
In the wonderful Palazzo Diamanti you can discover the exhibition "Achille Funi. A master of the twentieth century between history and myth", and taste some of the typical local cuisine.
On the evening of December 31 you will find music in the square and, at the stroke of midnight, the emotion of the Fire of the Estense Castle, which for over twenty years enchants spectators from all over the world, creating an unforgettable atmosphere with the glow of fireworks reflected in the water of the moat.
What better excuse than a New Year’s Eve getaway to discover the historical and cultural richness of our UNESCO World Heritage city, to stroll through markets and illuminations and, last but not least, enjoy the best delicacies of traditional cuisine?