Ravenna – 50 km
Ravenna is a city of art and culture and stunning mosaics, and is a former capital of both the Western and Byzantine Roman empires. With its dazzling heritage of mosaic-encased monuments, Ravenna is now a UNESCO World Heritage site.
Bologna – 120 km
Bologna has the oldest university in Europe and was European Capital of Culture in 2002. Its marvellous old town, one of the best preserved in Europe, is steeped in art and culture. Its Porticoes are a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The food here is particularly difficult to resist: Bologna is a city of rich flavours.
Ferrara – 155 km
The nine kilometres of walls which enclose the 16th-century city of Ferrara remain amazingly intact today. Right at the heart of the city is the Estense Castle with its richly-evocative Renaissance courtyard. One of its most beautiful sights is Palazzo dei Diamanti. The Renaissance historical centre is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Florence – 165 km
Florence’s artistic heritage makes it the greatest emblematic city of the Renaissance.
A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Venice – 270 km
Magic and unique. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Rome – 325 km
The eternal city, one of the most celebrated cities of all times. A UNESCO World Heritage Site.