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Discovering San Marino: A UNESCO World Heritage Site
"You will discover the Republic of San Marino the most ancient European Republic founded in the 4th century AD.An enclave situated only 20 km from the Romagna Riviera and 100 km from beautiful Ravenna the Republic sits 700 meters above sea level on Mount Titano located on the Central Apennines Mountains.The historic center of the Republic of San Marino is in every part a living monument inscribed as the World Heritage by UNESCO in 2008.Each year the Republic of San Marino is visited by millions of tourists from all over the world. Throughout the pedestrian island
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Bike Tour Discovering Ferrara
"A heavyweight Renaissance art city peppered with colossal palaces and still ringed by its intact medieval walls Ferrara jumps out at you like an absconded Casanova (he once stayed here) on the route between Bologna and Venice.Two souls vibrate in the city of Ferrara: a medieval one in the south and the a renaissance one in the north converging in the Castello Estense.Let’s start by Viale Cavour-Corso Giovecca road axis that represents an ideal bridge between Middle Agesand Renaissance; we are going to reach the ancient city walls by bike and we we’ll find out that Ferrara is one of the few Italian cities still walled up surrounded by as many as 9 km of defensive walls with green paths viable on foot or by bike.Then we will continue our guided tour beginning from the mighty Castello Estense a symbol of the city’s history and power of the Este family
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Bike Tour Discovering Ferrara
"A heavyweight Renaissance art city peppered with colossal palaces and still ringed by its intact medieval walls Ferrara jumps out at you like an absconded Casanova (he once stayed here) on the route between Bologna and Venice.Two souls vibrate in the city of Ferrara: a medieval one in the south and the a renaissance one in the north converging in the Castello Estense.Let’s start by Viale Cavour-Corso Giovecca road axis that represents an ideal bridge between Middle Agesand Renaissance; we are going to reach the ancient city walls by bike and we we’ll find out that Ferrara is one of the few Italian cities still walled up surrounded by as many as 9 km of defensive walls with green paths viable on foot or by bike.Then we will continue our guided tour beginning from the mighty Castello Estense a symbol of the city’s history and power of the Este family
From EUR49.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Ravenna

TAKE SUN GLASSES, even if...

TAKE SUN GLASSES, even if you're going in winter, sun is prety often. This winter (2001) was really cold, dress up warmly. Another thing - smoking is very into fashion, especially among girls/women,...
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vysnaite
Oct 22, 2003

The only thing that can be...

The only thing that can be dangerous here is ... to do too much shopping in the city centre, because you can find a lot of nice dresses of D&G, Versace and so on. I suggest you to visit the market...
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Aisha
Aug 24, 2002
 
 
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Via IV Novembre 14, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, 48100, Italy
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Via Circonvallazione alla Rotonda 26, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, 48100, Italy
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Via IV Novembre, 41, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, 48100, Italy
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Via Maroncelli 1, Ravenna, 48100, Italy
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Via Mura di San Vitale, 12, Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna, 48100, Italy
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Via Nicolodi 12, Closed Reopens March 1, 2009, Ravenna, 48100, Italy
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Top Things to Do in Ravenna

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Basilica di San Vitale

The third stop on our tour of Ravenna's mosaics was the Basilica of St Vitale (also included in the multi-site ticket we had already purchased.) This was the most lavishly decorated of all the sites...
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Basilica Sant'Apollinare Nuovo

On arrival in Ravenna we went first to this basilica and purchased the ticket that gives admission to 5 of the UNESCO World Heritage sites for €9.50. The church was built in the late 5th or early...
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Dante's Tomb

The poet Dante Alighieri died in Ravenna on the night of 13/14 September 1321 whilst in exile from Florence. The current tomb building was erected in 1780 at the request of Cardinal Legate Luigi...
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Neonian Baptistery - Battistero Neoniano

The Neonian Baptistery is the oldest of Ravenna’s ancient buildings, having been started in the late 4th or early fifth century on the site of a former Roman baths. The mosaics, however, are not...
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Museo Arcivescovile

The Archiepiscopal Museum was the last of the sites included in the multi-site ticket that we visited. It is housed within the bishop’s palace and displays objects from the old Ursiana Basilica (now...
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Mausoleum Galla Placida

Near the basilica of St Vitale is the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, the daughter of Theodosius I. Built in the second quarter of the fifth century it is one of the oldest monuments of its kind, and...
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"Byzantine culture blended with Italian flavour!"
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Bunsch

"Ravenna, City of Mosaics"
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leics

"Finally...the mosaics."
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viddra

"The magic of the mosaics"
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"Ravenna"
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