The Leonardo Ferry is a special type of hand-ferry which takes its name from its alleged inventor, Leonardo da Vinci. This only example that still works combines the river currents of Imbersago (Lecco) and Villa d'Adda (Bergamo) requiring no motorized power. Despite the name, there is no certainty that the real inventor was Leonardo but the design follows his drawings of a ferry equal in all respects to the existing one still in use at Imbersago. The ferry can carry up to 100 people and 5 cars. The cost of the crossing is just 50 euro cents, which, combined with the landscape of the Adda Nord Park, makes the place a popular tourist destination.