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Ravenna, an Italian city located in the Emilia-Romagna region, is famous for its Byzantine and Roman architecture.  Ravenna with its famous mosaics became the centre of Christian Art in the 5th century. The city was a part of the Roman Empire from 402-476. In AD 540, Justinian, the founder of the Byzantine Empire, took control of Ravenna and transformed it into a strong pillar of the Empire. If you are a history or architecture lover, then Ravenna is the right place for you. In 1996, UNESCO added eight monuments of the Christian Era, situated in Ravenna, to the World Heritage Sites List. 

St. Peter’s Basilica
Padova        |        Click by Jan de Boer from Flickr

Ravenna, Italy is the hub for many Basilicas, like the Basilica di San Vitale, Basilica di Sant'Apollinare Nuovo and more. People, even the locals of the city, are ambiguous in relation to the origin of the city's name till date. After the Roman Empire collapsed in 476, Ravenna was taken into the Ostrogothic Kingdom in 540. But later the Byzantine Empire took power in their hands. Ravenna is best known for its historical monuments and the sporting activities that are held in the city often attract the interest of tourists. 

Ancient city walls of Ravenna     |   Click by Richard Mortel from Flickr

Many people are often confused and often think about whether Ravenna, Italy is worth visiting or not. Ravenna is located near the Adriatic Riviera, which is responsible for separating the Balkan Peninsula from the Italian Peninsula. Due to the existence of this water body, the city is full of different kinds of beaches as well as distinctive seafood. However, Ravenna is an inland city and isn't connected to the Adriatic Sea. Ravenna is most famous for its mosaics from the Roman as well as the Byzantine Era. People visit this place because the tour around this historic city can be made into a flexible one. 
Tourists can set their pace in this magnificent town. You can decide as to how you want to explore the place, because if you are a historian or an art-lover, then you will take time to admire the beauty of the mosaics located in and about the city. Hence, if you are looking for an eye-catching city to visit in Italy, Ravenna is the place for you. Ravenna Italian Restaurants are known for their exclusive Pastas. The place is full of beaches, exquisite seafood, mosaics and famous historical buildings, which makes Ravenna a significant city in terms of tourism.

Best Time To Visit Ravenna

Ravenna is a city that can be visited at any time of the year because of its pleasant climatic conditions that stay the same all around the year. In the summers, the temperature in the city can go up to 31°C (88°F), whereas in the winter season, the city can get as cold as 3°C (37°F). If you are a day person and don't like to travel during the nighttime, then August is the ideal month for you to visit the historic town. So, if you are visiting Ravenna, choose your travel month very carefully. 

However, if you are someone who likes to avoid crowds and people, then you should consider visiting the city in the months of June-July. During these months, tourists rarely visit the city and it would comparatively cost you less to tour during these months. The weather is a bit warm during this time but it is the appropriate month if you wish to steer clear of crowds and enjoy the serenity of the town.

Ravenna is a great city with amazing travel options for everyone. The most famous travel option in the city is its bus transportation system. You can easily explore the whole city in a span of two days, and to ease your travel, you can even book a taxi to roam about the whole town. But, if you wish to visit and rejoice at the seaside, then you should stay there for some more days. 

The transfer system in Ravenna is acclaimed to be one of the best transport systems in the whole world. Ravenna is very popular for its tourist and commercial port systems. Ravenna has an independent airport of its own and the city's railway system operates in cities like Rimini, Lecce, Milan, Ferrara, Bologna, Verona and Parma. Ravenna also offers many freeways that can take you to the different routes of the town. 

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Ravenna is a huge city covering 652.8 km² and this is the reason why people choose to take a bus in order to tour the city. A bus ride takes tourists to all places of significance in the town, and also, at a very reasonable price. Ravenna offers a public bus transportation system that runs according to a fixed schedule. Buses allow tourists to travel from the city centre to the adjacent places with ease. 

You can easily buy bus tickets from the tobacco shops or from the newsstands, which are usually located in proximity to each other. The city has upto 20 intercity connections and supports international connections to Warsaw, Krakow and to many more cities in Poland. 

 
Cruise Port, Ravenna        |        Click by e Kat from Flickr

Cruise
The city has an impeccable commercial and transport system and waterways are one of the most significant options for travelling in and around Ravenna. Ravenna, Italy Cruise Port is one of the most popular ports in Europe. However, a cruise costs a lot. The cost for ship transfer can range from €290 - €375. However, port transfer isn't the only option that you can go for while in Ravenna. You can even go by a train, a bus or even a taxi. You can book your taxis from Rydeu, which promises customer satisfaction and is known for comfortable rides across the city and beyond.

Now that you've reached the destination of your dreams, you would like to have a comfortable and affordable option to reach your hotel or home. Thankfully, Ravenna offers multiple transfer services from the airport, like a bus, taxi, minivans and more. You can pick whatever suits your needs the best. 

Battery Bus
   Taxi, Ravenna     |       Click by Luca Sartoni from Flickr

Taking a train from the Airport to the City Centre, will save you both money as well as time. If you are coming from the Bologna Airport to the Ravenna City Centre then you will be able to find a train service easily. The train will cost you approximately €14-€65. You will reach your destination in a span of two hours. Hence, we can state that trains are a good option to consider while choosing our airport transfers. In addition to this, if you wish to know as to how far is it from Bologna Airport to (BLQ) to Ravenna, then here is your answer: 87.5 kilometres. 

However, if you are not comfortable with a train, then you can even book a personal taxi or a private transfer from the airport. A taxi, Ravenna, can take you to Ravenna City Centre in about an hour, but the cost of the taxi service would be slightly higher than that of a train. This price distinction occurs because the trains are run for the public, whereas for a taxi, it is your own, personal taxi. The taxi price can range from €137-€175. This might look like a large amount of money, but trust us when we say this, taxis are the safest when it comes to travelling in Ravenna. Moreover, taxis are cost-effective and worth the money.

Ravenna is a city known for its rich cultural as well as historical heritage. Ravenna presents an impeccable example of the Roman and Byzantine architectures. Eight buildings, situated in Ravenna, have been included in UNESCO's list of World Heritage Sites. The impressive mosaics of the city are bound to leave anyone speechless. Now, we will be covering some of the best places that are located in and near the city. These places will act as an itinerary for you and are included in the list of must-visits!

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