The new dock is located at the Porto Corsini waterfront, between the yacht marina, the beaches and the pine forest. A beautiful natural setting that perfectly matches with the cheerful and vibrant atmosphere of Marinara, the biggest yacht marina of the Adriatic sea. Next to the cruise ship dock you will find a beautiful beach and a small town. During siesta (1pm-4pm) the town however closes completely. If you take the small ferry (1 euro) from Porto Corsini to Marina di Ravenna you can visit the Marina and a few fish restaurants.
The port is at least a 20 minute drive from Ravenna.
Shuttle (sometimes free) buses are run between the port and the city. Taxis are around 20 euro one way. A few taxis are available.
You will be able to walk to the beach from the dock.
Printable map to take along.
Watch a destination video.
The international heritage of Ravenna, city of mosaics, has been recognized by UNESCO. Eight monuments built over a period of 1500 years have been added to the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Located at the Via Galla Placidia, the Galla Placidia Mausoleum is a must-see. It is in the heart of city center.
The tourist office.
Ravenna itself is a walker's paradise. Nice city to wander around, sit at an outdoor cafe and see museums.
Take the self guided tour of the churches adorned with the mosaics. There are 6 churches in the ticket price for around $9 euros.
It pays to compare your cruise line shore excursions here.
Other attractions are within easy reach, including the museums of Ferrari, Lamborghini and Ducati; San Marino, the oldest and smallest republic in the world; and Bologna and Florence. Cruise organized tours are your best bet here.
An open market called Mercantino is a popular place to buy designer clothing and shoes at bargain prices.
Stylish fashions from all over Italy are available in the small boutique style shops. You won't find big stores here as you would in Milan or Rome, but there is a small town charm to them.
Many WiFi cafes.
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At the little terminal annex security check building there is a small office where the shuttle tickets are being sold. After around 11am this office turns into a free WiFi spot with excellent connections.
If you want to do any shopping, be aware that the shops in Ravenna observe a siesta from about 12:30 to around 4pm when the only things open are small bookshops and cafes. Sunday openings are rare.
January 1 (New Year's Day)
January 6 (Epiphany)
Pasquetta (Easter Monday)
April 25 (Liberation Day)
May 1 (Labour Day)
August 15 ( Ferragosto ; Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary)
November 1 ( Ognissanti ; All Souls Day)
December 8 ( Immaccolata ; Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary)
December 25 ( Natale ; Christmas)
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