Hotels Ravenna, Guesthouses Ravenna and Inns Ravenna

There are nine beaches on the Ravenna Coast and they are perfect for a peaceful and relaxing holiday. Each beach has specific characteristics, making them suitable for different types of tourists. The hotels located on the Ravenna coast are equipped with modern facilities for your comfort. Continue reading...

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An outstanding artistic city, Ravenna attracts thousands of tourists all year round, who flock here to enjoy its inestimable historic and cultural heritage and the lively atmosphere of its lidos. Those flocking to Ravenna will have the opportunity to admire marvellous mosaics which bear witness to the vicissitudes the city experienced when it was the capital of the Western Empire.

During summer, Ravenna is livened up by plenty of absorbing shows and events which give visitors the possibility to explore the old town while walking across traditional clubs, glamorous shops and ancient monuments. The city gathers a remarkably wide array of accommodation facilities, such as 3-star guesthouses and 4-star hotels which are situated in the charming streets of the old town. Not to be missed are budget hotels and intimate bed and breakfasts which give guests the possibility to visit the city while staying here at reasonable prices. Those interested in spending pleasant seaside holidays can stay at well-equipped accommodation facilities which are connected with the main lidos of Ravenna, while those looking for regenerating thermal holidays will have the opportunity to stay at charming hotels provided with beauty centre in Ravenna .

Tourists will have the possibility to take advantage of well-groomed bathing establishments and public beaches surrounded by lush pinewood forests, thus enjoying a closer touch with nature.
After they spent some time lying down on the beach, tourists will have the opportunity to visit the old town, the latter being scattered with sumptuous Byzantine buildings dating back to the V and VI century AD, the period when the city was the capital of the Western Empire. Among the most representative monuments are the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia and the nearby Basilica of St. Vitale, the Neonian Baptistry, the Arian Baptistry, Sant’Apollinare Nuovo and Sant’Apollinare in Classe. The latter stands in Classe, which is situated five kilometres south of Ravenna halfway between Lido di Classe and Lido di Dante. A short distance from Ravenna's city centre is the Mausoleum of Theodoric, an impressive polygonal building which was commissioned by the Goth King to become his mausoleum.
Not to be missed are further impressive buildinsg which were realized in the following centuries, such as the Romanesque Church of St. Francesco, the Duomo, which was erected in the V century but subsequently remodelled in the Baroque style in the 18th century, the sumptuous stately homes of the city centre, the small temple which hosts the Tomb of Dante and the late Renaissance Church of Santa Maria in Porto, which is flanked by Ravenna's Academy of Art and the Municipal Art Gallery, the latter cherishing inestimable works of art.
Apart from outstanding historic and artistic beauties, Ravenna gathers glamorous shopping avenues, charming squares surrounded by picturesque cafés and intimate restaurants serving traditional specialities from Romagna. Ravenna regularly stages absorbing  cultural and artistic shows and events. Furthermore, it gives tourists the possibility to experience utmost fun and enjoy thrilling emotions in the wonderful theme park of Mirabilandia, which is situated a short distance from the city and is easily accessible by public means of transport.