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I’m delighted to have a guest post from Agata Mleczko of Null&Full;, where she talks about her exciting new venture, I Love Ferrara.

Holiday with a Blogger

Although there are hundreds of travel blogs and you are probably a reader of some of them it is not that often you actually can join the bloggers themselves. They tell beautiful stories about the places they visited and their pictures of local food make you hungry. If you wish to join one of them this project is for you!

Agata and her Blog

Meet Agata: she is a traveler, writer and photographer, and one of these people whose pictures make you hungry! She lived in Italy for many years and has traveled around the world. She runs a popular travel blog Null&Full; and she enjoys her travels very much.

Time to Share

Travel gives a lot of pleasure and brings a lot of energy to your life. And it is the best thing on earth if there is someone you can share it with. Thus, Agata thought her idea “Holiday with a blogger” was a perfect combination. So here it is: this September you can join her and spend a week in Ferrara, tasting the best Italian food and wines, and having fun!
Castello Estense, Ferrara
Castello Estense – the castle of the Estense family

Italy at its Best

Italian breakfast
Italian breakfast: fresh brioche and creamy cappuccino
Italy is easy to love! Everyone agrees with that. It is even more true when you have someone who speaks Italian, knows local habits and can guide you through the Italian way of life. Living in Italy made Agata aware of all local particularities so her idea is to give you an opportunity to experience the best parts of it.
Loggia dei Merciai, Ferrara
Little medieval stores along the Duomo walls, the so called Loggia dei Merciai


And this is how the project called iloveFerrara.it was created. An essence of Italy at your fingertips! Join Agata this September and she will guide you through Ferrara, with the best Italian food and wine, and super cool event: Street Dinner.
Campanile of the Duomo, Ferrara
Campanile of the Duomo, seen from the main square
Cooking lesson in Ferrara
Cooking lesson in progress: fresh italian pasta
Italian wine
Excellent Italian wine


Book today and join the party!
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