From the city of art to the sea, Ravenna is ready to welcome also people with disabilities, offering everything they shall need and accessible places to enjoy their stay in Ravenna.
IN THE CITY, monuments and means of public transport are conveniently equipped and feature accessible spaces for every kind of disability.
AT THE SEA, innovative solutions and projects allow people with severe disabilities to spend a pleasant day at the beach in all safety (see Accessible Beaches).
Carta Ospitalità is addressed to all people with disabilities who stay in the city for short periods of time for tourism, study or work purposes.
What does Carta Ospitalità offer?
Carta Ospitalità holders and their carers are granted several benefits, such as: discounts, priority, free admission or reduced tickets for monuments and museums of the city.
Carta Ospitalità is valid for 1 year.
How and where to request Carta Ospitalità?
Tourist Information Office
Piazza San Francesco, 7 – Ravenna
Tel +39 0544 35755 – 35404
People who intend to request Carta Ospitalità must provide:
- Valid ID document;
- Proof of disability documentation;
- Complete and signed application form. Download HERE the application form or request it at the Ravenna Tourist Information Office.
GROUPS must apply for Carta Ospitalità in advance (at least one week before arrival) by writing an email to: email@example.com
Best – The sea within everyone’s reach
More accessible beaches for all is the motto. Signs of reserved parkings, wooden walkways with dedicated tracks and special chairs allow everyone to move freely and bathe in the sea.
Click HERE for more information
Tutti al mare, Nessuno escluso
Since 2018 Punta Marina Terme, with its central position and large number of parking lots, has hosted a facility that is almost unique in Italy and Europe.
Tutti al mare, Nessuno Escluso is a beach establishment that welcomes people with disabilities, their families and even beloved pets.
The project, created thanks to Associazione Insieme a te and supported by the Emilia-Romagna region and the Municipalities of Ravenna and Faenza, allows people with severe disabilities to spend a day at the beach in all safety and in a well-equipped facility. Thanks to the volunteers, they will also have the possibility to bathe in the sea, in a welcoming and peaceful location.
The project is part of Welcome Everybody Emilia-Romagna, with the support of the Italian Prime Minister’s Office – Minister for disabilities.
For more information, see www.insiemeate.org