This might seem like a monotonous region, an area completely flat, in some areas even lower than at sea level. It is also one of the youngest land of Italy, formed over centuries by large deposits of the Po, which extends almost imperceptibly but steadily toward the Adriatic Sea. Yet it is a region rich in tradition whose history is closely linked to that of the Este family who has ruled with wisdom and foresight. It is the province of Ferrara, “earth and water” as stated in its tourism slogan. The protagonist is obviously the Po, the river that runs through it dividing into Po Flywheel (which crosses Ferrara), Primaro Po and Po di Goro, the southernmost of the branches of the river delta. Also running through the province many canals, including the Napoleonic cable, which connects the Po and the Rhine, and the Ferrarese waterway. Heading towards the Adriatic Sea meet then the numerous valleys of brackish water of the Po delta: are lands that, due to the subsidence of the land, are flooded by the waters of the sea. The most important are the valleys of Comacchio, spread over more than 10,000 hectares. We are going to explore this territory starting from Occhiobello, following some great sightseeing tours and gastronomic: the way of the Great River that goes to the discovery of the Po and its flavors, from duck to cutting salama, in succession of orchards, fields of cereals and poplars along the embankments of the mighty Big River. The Way of the Delta that dives into the low lands of the Delta Park, where it opens the world of the Valleys, made of reeds, plants fishing, wooded areas and the flight of thousands of birds that produce DOC wines of the Sands of Bosco eliceo, light and fruity, wine protagonists together eel. The Way of the Courts Este through the capitals of salama da sugo, garlic, rice and asparagus. We will go even beyond the provincial borders to the north in the Natural Park of the Veneto region, in the south to the beautiful art cities of Ravenna and the Romagna d’Este, now known as Romandiola, the part of the Lower Romagna, between the end of fourteenth century and the first half of the fifteenth century came to be part of the domains of the house of Este.