known throughout the world for the richness of the artistic heritage of
early Christian and Byzantine mosaics dating back to the 5th and 6th
From December 1996 it boasts eight monuments included in the UNESCO World Heritage List:
Ravenna also stands out for its museums, such as the MAR, where important art exhibitions are held every year, TAMO, where you can discover all the secrets of the mosaic and the National Museum, where you can retrace the history of the city.
Without forgetting the Zona Dantesca, with the Church of San Francesco, the Tomb of Dante and the beautiful Dante Museum and again the Rasponi Crypt with its Hanging Gardens, the Domus of Stone Carpets, the Archiepiscopal Museum.
The Classis Museum was recently opened and the ancient port was rediscovered in the brand new Archaeological Park of Classe.
The Ravenna beach offers, along its 35 km, stretches of pine forests, spaces rich in history, but also many opportunities to practice sports, taste good Romagna cuisine, have fun and relax.
With its 9 seaside resorts spread over the entire coast it stands out for its great receptivity, in fact each town rises on splendid equipped beaches.
Only 15 km from the historic center of Ravenna there are the Mirabilandia amusement park and the Ravenna Safari Zoo
Mirabilandia is a theme and water theme park with the largest extension in Italy.
Safari Ravenna, is the first completely zero-impact zoo where you can discover, learn and love more than 700 animals of more than 100 different species in the wild!
Unchallenged homeland of sweet salt, the white gold of the ancient Romans, Cervia rises in front of the sea a few km from Ravenna.
The Museum dedicated to the Sale, the MUSA, will introduce you to every phase of the production of this precious food. At the gates of the city, the Saline di Cervia are the southernmost part of the Po Delta Park , a true one paradise for nature lovers along with Pineta di Cervia . From spring to autumn, you can see colonies of flamingos rose, white herons and avocets.
«Le città di Lamone e di Santerno conduce il lïoncel dal nido bianco, che muta parte da la state al verno.»
(Dante Alighieri, Inferno, Canto XXVII).
Located at the entrance of the Vallone del Lamone, Faenza, the ancient Roman Faventia, is one of the world ceramics capitals .
Don't miss the International Ceramics Museum , among the most important and complete in the world.
One of the most beautiful villages in Italy, Brisighella is perfectly preserved in its medieval layout. Dominated by three hills on the rise Clock Tower, the majestic Rocca Manfrediana and the Santuario del Monticino .
In the historic center we find the characteristic Via degli Asini , a curious elevated street among the most photographed in Romagna, whose history is closely connected with the Via del Gesso. The Museum dedicated to Giuseppe Ugonia will allow you to get to know one of the most talented and sensitive artists of the twentieth century in Romagna.
Don't forget to taste the extra virgin olive oil Brisighello D.O.P. , called the green gold of this place.