Ravenna is Italy’s city of mosaics, named by UNESCO world heritage.
Watch the new episode of A Queen In the Kitchen-Estate Italiana and discover one of the most beautiful Italian city and why Ravenna should be included in your next trip to Italy:
Five of these beauties can be visited by purchasing a combination ticket €9.50 (€8.50 for children) , one is free and the remaining two have their own visiting options.
Mosaics are literally everywhere, from the ancient sites to charming little shops and laboratories where to learn the Art of Mosaic. Annafietta is one of them, in the city center of Ravenna,
- Food and Wine
Romagna cuisine is delicious and I highly suggest to have lunch/dinner at Osteria Passatelli. Established in 1962 the city center of Ravenna, Osteria Passatelli is nestled inside an old movie theater. Great food and good selection of wines in a unique location.
- Marina di Ravenna
Founded in the 1930s, Marina di Ravenna is a lively beach town and a very popular tourist destination for families and young ones. This small town offers well-equipped beach establishments, hotels, beach clubs and great seafood restaurants.
- Ravenna Festival
The Ravenna Festival is a summer music and art festival held in Ravenna during the June and July. The most prestigious conductors have appeared in this world-class Festival (Riccardo Muti, Zubin Metha, Lorin Mazel).
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