Best Place to stay at Ravenna

The Casetta Randi 26 Ravenna is just 15 minutes away from the city centre. This hotel has an enduring garden and self-catering accommodation with free WiFi and AC. There is a well-fitted kitchen with a big seating area near the flat-screen. This Hotel has good space and is easy on the pockets too.

Ravenna virtual tour

After stay, you need to make a list of places you should visit while you are at Ravenna. Let us give you a head start that anywhere you go around this place, you are going to soak into its architectural bliss. Let’s do a wordy tour of best places to visit in Ravenna:

1. Neonian Baptistery
You can start your tour with this place. According to geography and history of this place, this baptistery is situated in the heart of the city. This building is octagonal in its structure and is one of the oldest building in Ravenna. This is an important example of Christian baptistery that survives today.

Neonian Baptistery | Image Resource: ravennamosaici.it

2. Mausoleum of Galla Placidia
This place is an intimate after world of Galla Placidia, the sister of Emperor Honorius. It will take you some time to fit in the dim light filtering through the windows of this place.  There are low arches and domes with 5th century mosaics that make the figures look beautiful in the deep blue background.

3. Sant Apollinaire Nuovo
When you walk across this place, you feel like you are transported to the 6th century.

4. Basiilica di San Francesco
This situated between Neonian Baptistery and the Sant Apollinare Nuovo. This is easy to spot because it is 10ft tall. There are more than several reasons to visit this place. You can wade yourself through Italian scripts written on the columns.

5. Museo Arcivescovile
There is a museum with a difference, which is a religious gem situated on the 2nd floor of the Archiepiscopal Palace. When you visit this place you shouldn’t miss the ivory throne carved for Emperor Maximilian in the 6th century and the stunning assortment of mosaics in the 5th century which can be seen on the chapel of San Andrea. All of this is intelligently incorporated in the interiors of the museum.

6. Tomba di Dante
Dante Alighieri, the son of Italy’s poet Florence was expelled from Italy on his birth in the 13th century for political reasons. He was on a run until he sought refuge in Ravenna and died in 1321. Florence still supplies oil to the tomb.

It’s about time to make your complete itinerary from staying at Hotels Casetta Randi Ravenna to visiting these places.

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