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Visitors to this part of Emilia-Romagna share space with roughly 130,000 local residents.
It lies 170 miles north of Rome, the national capital. It's also approximately 9 miles southeast of Alfonsine.
If you're traveling with children, you'll have to stop by a couple of the area's much-loved family-friendly attractions. Let the kids loose at Mirabilandia, Sala Giochi Hippy and Minigolf Centrale.
Casa delle Farfalle is a terrific place to bring the kids for a fun-filled morning among native and exotic animals. Be sure to ask at the entrance about zookeeper presentations and where to find the zoo's rarer specimens.
If you enjoy fine wine and the craftsmanship behind it, think about arranging a tour of the Fattoria Zerbina or the Vini Ferrucci Winery. There's nothing quite like opening a bottle of the latest vintage to mark a vacation. Cheers!
When the weather is fine, Marina Romea Beach is the best place to be. Enjoy a pleasant walk along the shore and dip your toes in the water.
Pineta di Classe and Pineta di Lido di Classe are magnets for nature enthusiasts. Swing by for a much-needed break from the noise and stress of the modern world.
The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of interesting stories and quirky facts. Enjoy the cool and quiet interior as you check out the unique collections at the Ecomuseum of Marshland Civilization and the International Museum of Ceramics. Also worth considering are the National Museum of Ravenna and the TAMO Museum.
View a great range of scientific artifacts, models and displays as you stroll around the Planetarium Ravenna, the leading science institution.
The collection of specimens and curiosities at the Domus dei Tappeti di Pietra offer a fascinating glimpse into the world of natural science.
If you're wanting to see some art, stop off at the Museo D'Arte della Citta and have a look at their gorgeous pieces.
Take some time to enjoy the fascinating exhibits and examine the historical collections at the Dantes Museum.
Hear the echoes of the past by stopping in at some of the well-preserved heritage sites here. Significant and insightful, the Rocca Brancaleone, Riolo Terme and Torre Civica are all worth a visit.
Monte Battaglia Fortress and Rocca di Riolo Terme are impressive fortified positions that will catch the attention of military history buffs. It's easy to imagine the vital role that they played in the region's past.
Take a peek into the lives of some of the area's most influential people when you visit the marvelous grounds of Palazzo di San Giacomo.
The spiritual side of the region is evidenced at Basilica of San Vitale and Arian Baptistry. Basilica of Sant' Apollinare Nuovo and Baptistry of Neon are two more interesting religious sites.
Public squares are the perfect place to feel the pulse of a city, and Piazza Garibaldi is no different.
Take some time to ponder notable moments in Ravenna's past at its many memorial sites, such as Mausoleum of Galla Placidia and Mausoleum of Theodoric. If you'd like to continue your trip down memory lane, you can also take a look at the Basilica of Sant' Apollinare in Classe and Dante Alighieri's Tomb.
Teatro Comunale Alighieri is one of the most popular places to enjoy live performances. If you're feeling peckish after the show, head off for supper at one of the nearby restaurants or bars and try the local dishes.
Visitors who want to see something a bit different should also swing by Cervia Thermal Baths.