Ravenna, its beaches and monuments are ready to start again.
The historical centre of the city, the monuments and the beach towns have not been damaged, and prepare to give a warm welcome to all visitors with their typical hospitality.
Let your heart be your tourist guide, choose Ravenna ❤
The stunning monuments of Ravenna have not been affected by the flood, are perfectly accessible and open their doors to all visitors.
The historical centre of the city is completely reachable, as well as the commercial activities (see webcam).
BEACHES AND BEACH ESTABLISHMENTS
The beaches of Ravenna are perfectly accessible, and the beach establishments on the coast have already reopened.
To see in real time the situation on the beaches of Ravenna, check out the webcam.
Mirabilandia and Safari Ravenna have regularly reopened to the public.
GETTING TO RAVENNA
The city of Ravenna and its beaches are currently completely reachable, but we suggest you to check out the official channels, in order to be updated on possible changes.
BY CAR / BY BUS
The A14 highway, also called Bologna-Taranto or Autostrada Adriatica, is open to traffic on two lanes. For up-to-date information, see Autostrade per l’Italia.
For information on local roads, check out Info Viabilità ANAS.
Ferrovie dello Stato has reopened the Rimini-Ravenna line, the Bologna-Ravenna line (via Faenza) the Faenza-Ravenna line (via Granarolo) and the Ferrara-Ravenna line.
The Castelbolognese-Ravenna (via Lugo) line is currently interrupted. For up-to-date information, check out the Trenitalia website.
All the airports in Emilia-Romagna are open and running and there have been no flight cancellations.
For more information check out the websites of Bologna Airport, Forlì Airport and Rimini Airport.
All the cruises departing from and arriving to the Porto Corsini Cruise Terminal are confirmed.