Getting around Ravenna

On Foot

Walking down the streets is maybe the best way to visit Ravenna.

The city centre features a wide pedestrian area, and it’s easy to lose yourself strolling around all those monuments. Once ancient waterways, the alleys are today charming and welcoming urban places.

On foot, slowly, you will discover a universe of peace and tranquillity. 

By Bike

Visiting Ravenna by bike means discovering both the city and its surroundings, combining sustainability and pleasure.

Thanks to the network of cycle routes departing from the city centre, you can easily visit the historical centre or reach the nine beach towns of the Ravenna coastline.

Along the various itineraries you will have the possibility to admire suggestive places, breathtaking views, landscapes of unblemished nature and historical remains.

Scooter and bike rental

Local Public Transport

The city centre of Ravenna and all the surrounding towns, especially the beach towns, are connected through a widespread network of buses managed by START ROMAGNA.

For real-time information on the routes, check the website at or use WhatsApp +39 331 6566555 (available from Monday to Saturday) or Telegram.

You can buy your tickets on RogerMuverDropTicket® and myCicero®, where you can pay both with phone credit and credit card.


FRECCIA BLU provides routes to easily reach the sea and come back to the city. The service connects Ravenna with: Marina di Ravenna, Punta Marina Terme and Lido Adriano.

ROUTE 60 (Ravenna railway station – Marina di Ravenna): paid daytime bus
ROUTE 75 (Ravenna railway station – Marina di Ravenna) paid night bus
ROUTE 75 (Ravenna railway station – Punta Marina and Lido Adriano): paid night bus


From 8th April to 10th September, free parking and buses on weekends and public holidays from the parkings of via Trieste and via del Marchesato to the beaches of Marina di Ravenna and from the parking of via Trieste to the beaches of Punta Marina Terme.

For all information on the timetable of Navetto Mare click HERE

By car

Ravenna features many parking areas, both paid and free.

Most of the city centre is a Limited Traffic Zone (ZTL in Italian). The circulation of motor vehicles is therefore subject to restrictions, according to specific time frames, and access is monitored by an electronic control system.

If you travel by car, ask your host for information or visit our website to know more about the Limited Traffic Zones in the city.


Ravenna is a destination and stop of many trails and pilgrimage routes that cross the Emilia-Romagna region, such as Cammino di Dante® and Via Romea Germanica.

Cover long distances on foot, as in the past, and rediscover the pleasure of walking, of savouring slowness and enjoying the beauty of nature.