Roman ruins aside, this is Ravenna's oldest intact building, constructed over the site of a former Roman baths in the late 4th century....
Tomba di Dante
A son of Florence, Italy's Sommo Poeta (supreme poet), Dante Alighieri, was expelled from the city of his birth in 1302 for political...
Locanda del Melarancio
A charming 16th-century stone and brick building enlivened with bold red walls forms the backdrop for this smooth, looks-conscious bar.
La Piadina del Melarancio
You’ll notice marked differences between Emilian and Romagnan food, with the latter best known for its local spin on the grilled panini...
Piazza Arcivescovado · interesting places nearby
Museo Arcivescovile information
A museum with a difference, this recently renovated religious gem is on the 2nd floor of the Archiepiscopal Palace. It hides two not-to-be-missed exhibits: an exquisite ivory throne carved for Emperor Maximilian by Byzantium craftsmen in the 6th century (the surviving detail is astounding); and Ravenna's most improbable mosaics displayed in the 5th-century chapel of San Andrea, which has been cleverly incorporated into the museum's plush modern interior.