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WHEN IN ITALY, ROAM ITS CITIES
Every city in Italy has its on unique flair that make it worth visiting — and in the case of Ravenna, it’s an endless bounty of art and architecture. Ideally located, the port in Ravenna is the perfect location to kickstart an Italian road trip to some of the country’s most beloved cities — either before or after your cruise. Set out for an unforgettable adventure with picturesque views found only in Italy.
Venice is pure magic — and just over 2 hours from Ravenna. Wander through narrow alleyways that lead to breathtaking views of the city’s iconic canals and gondolas. Explore legendary sites like the Bridge of Sighs, Doge’s Palace and Grand Canal. And take a gelato or espresso break at St. Mark’s Square to people watch. Surrounded by stunning works of art and architecture, will have you feeling like you’re in a live painting.
Bologna is one of Italy’s best kept secrets. A quick hour car ride from Ravenna, this charming city delights with ancient towers, gorgeous squares and beautiful porticos — or archways supported by columns. But its Bologna’s foodie scene, that will surely leave a lasting impression. Stroll through Piazza Maggiore and stop at any surrounding restaurants to indulge in Italian specialties — and discover for yourself why Bologna is considered Italy’s culinary capital.
Feeling inspired by the city’s majestic mosaics? Take a workshop at KOKO Mosaico. The local studio offers classes of all levels where you can learn how make your own pieces. Whether you decide to gift your very own mosaic masterpiece or keep it as souvenir, this will be an experience you’ll love to pieces.
Visit the tomb of famous Italian poet, Dante Alighieri — best known for writing The Divine Comedy. The poet was excommunicated from Florence for his controversial works and fled to Ravenna where he died in 1321. Ironically, centuries later, Florence fought for his remains to be sent back to his birthplace, but Ravenna refused to release them.