Province of Ravenna
Marina di Romea is a seaside town in the Province of Ravenna. It has a history that can be traced back to the 1950s. It was a woodland that was primarily a source of lumber.
The history gets interesting because it is said that the wooden area... continue
Situated facing the glorious Adriatic Sea in Lido di Savio, a seaside resort in Italy’s northern Emilia-Romagna region, Hotel Caesar offers travellers a pine forest and seaside paradise for a truly quiet and rejuvenating holiday.
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Hotel Caesar is a family owned hotel situated at Lido di Savio, near Lido Ravennate beach, making it easy to swim along the sea shore and have one of the best beach experiences while on holiday at Hotel Caesar. This location is strategically... continue
While not as famous as cities such as Rome, Florence or Milan, smaller Italian towns are still home to many masterpieces of art and architecture. Located in the northern region of Emilia-Romagna, Ravenna is one of these towns. Conquered first by the... continue
Nature, Wellness and Relaxation.
It is the slogan for which the city of Cervia is renowned , just a short stay in the Adriatic sea to see that slogan was never more true.
A Cervia of Nature - Not just beaches and sea. Cervia is also a pearl... continue
Ravenna has also an excellent network of bike sharing, so, if you forget your bike, you can always take a loan in an exchange point of the historic city center. In Ravenna you can walk between bell-towers and monastic cloisters, from Romanesque to... continue
The center of Ravenna is very favorable for a visit especially in spring, since the whole city is easily traveled by bicycle and only few kilometers away from the seaside resorts of the Adriatic coast. The Basilica of St. Apollinaris Nuovo in... continue
Ravenna is renowned worldwide for being the city of mosaics, even if the Office of Tourism told me that this art was not born here but has been imported by the Byzantines. Surely one of the most fascinating shows that I saw during my trip to Emilia... continue
The last place we went to during our daytrip to Ravenna was the Basilica di Sant'Apollinare Nuovo which also houses amazing mosaics. This basilica fits the more conventional appearances of a church being a more rectangular shape than circular. It... continue
From the train station it wasn't very far to get to the center of the town. It was such a gorgeous day and Ravenna is a very quiet, picturesque town that it made for a really great trip. Ravenna is famous for its churches filled with mosaics. My... continue
The Mausoleum of Galla Placidia is one of the eight structures in Ravenna inscribed on the World Heritage List in 1996. As it was built in 425-430, it’s the earliest mosaic monument. Its cupola is completely covered with mosaics, representing 8... continue
The Battistero degli Ortodossi is the most ancient of Ravenna's monuments, dating from the late 4th to early 5th centuries. The dome of the baptistery has fantastic mosaics depicting Christ being baptized by John the Baptist, the group of apostles... continue
This basilica was originally built in 6th century Byzantine style under the influence of oriental trends of that time in this region. Ravenna was capital of ostrogoths (eastern Goths under the rule of Theodoric) and the influence from... continue
The wide beach extended from the mouth of the pristine Bevano to that of Savio and the beautiful natural environment is one of the many attractions of this beach.The beach is divided from Lido di Classe by the river Savio, it is set north of Milano... continue
Milano Marittima s a very elegant resort and it has preserved its charming and exclusive atmosphere over the years, capturing the attention of the most exigent clients. With more than 2000 bathing establishments, all equipped and managed modernly,... continue
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