As well as being one of the most important oil and gas cities in the Mediterranean, Ravenna is rich of monuments and mosaics from its glorious imperial past, 8 of which are listed as UNESCO world heritage. Nowadays the town is a pleasant quiet place to wander and enjoy the real local feel.
Ravenna Guided Tours are being organised by Ravenna Incoming in the afternoons of 28th - 29th - 30th - 31st March - take this opportunity to discover the beaties of the city.
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Ravenna and the whole Romagna region are ideal for a short break at any time of the year and offer everything necessary to make every leisure and business trip something to remember: sightseeing, nightlife, modern facilities, excellent cuisine.
For centuries Ravenna was the privileged meeting point of East and West, of Byzantium and Rome, continental populations and Mediterranean traditions. The port of Ravenna is still one of the most important at European level, just like it was in Roman times (port of Classe built under Emperor Octavianus Augustus.)
Ravenna province offers culture and business opportunities but also long beaches, bustling bars, modern spa resorts, golf courses, relaxing pinewoods, rolling hills with vineyards and charming small villages. Between the blue of the Adriatic and the green of magnificent pinewoods, you find clean, orderly beaches, fascinating peaceful nature reserves to enjoy the rare and unspoilt beauty of the environment. Ravenna's beaches spread over 35 km. Each of the nine seaside resorts has its own identity but they all have excellent hotel service, good restaurants and beaches with extensive facilities and services.