Splendid mosaics, a wonderful historical, artistic and archaeological heritage, spectacular events and exceptional cultural programs make Ravenna a unique destination in the world. Cervia, the “salt town”, has preserved the many facets of an ancient tradition connected to the sea and to salt, as witnessed by the Magazzini del Sale (the Salt Warehouse), Torre San Michele (San Michele Tower), Borgo dei Pescatori (the village of fishermen) and the Salt Works. A centuries-old tradition makes Faenza the world capital of majolica - celebrated by the International Museum of Ceramics – but also a cultural destination with the old town center, Palazzo Milzetti and Museo Bendandi, as well as the charming Oriolo dei Fichi in the vicinity. Tradition, nature and wellness are a staple of these gentle hills, that unveil fascinating and unique scenarios like the ancient medieval village of Brisighella, the so-called “town of the waters” Riolo Terme and its Sforza Fortress and spa, and the “town of forgotten herbs and fruits” Casola Valsenio. Romagna is a generous land and the Adriatic is a rich sea, as reflected in the rich gastronomic and wine-making tradition: do not miss the chance to taste the mouth-watering local specialties.
Piazza Caduti per la Liberta 2/4
48121 Ravenna - IT
Web site: www.ravennaintorno.it