Milan to Ravenna

Ravenna has one of the most impressive collections of Christian mosaic artwork, deemed of the utmost importance once Ravenna joined the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1996.

From MilanA city of elegance

One of the most popular shopping destinations with Prada, Gucci, and Fendi all in tow, is Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. Named after the kingdom of Italy's first king, this galleria is one of the oldest shopping malls in the world, standing 4 stories tall, adorned in Gothic style, and a unique iron and glass roof. The Galleria connects two of Milan's most famous landmarks: the Teatro Alla Scala and The Duomo. This intricate Duomo took over 600 years to complete and is full of detail including a sundial adorned with astrological signs on the marble floor. After one is done marveling at the duomo, and rubbing your heel for good luck in the galleria, make sure you see some of the many masterpieces Milan has to offer including the infamous painting of the Last Supper at Milan's Santa Maria delle Grazie.

ViaStop to discover these sights

Pavia Monastery

A Most Marvelous Transition

Ponte Coperto

Deal With the Devil

Rivalta Castle

Hauntingly Beautiful

Rocca Sanvitale

The Big Cheese

Ferrari Museum

The Story Behind the Legend

Sanctuary of the Madonna di San Luca

A Beastly Number of Arches

To Ravenna A Mosaic Lover's Dream

Once serving as the capital of the Western Roman Empire, Ravenna has long been a special place for its proximity to the Adriatic and its collection of art. As a capital for several kingdoms, the city kept many of its gems well preserved over the centuries. The intricate designs and lavish features in many of the mosaics have won the heart of many. A major point of interest is the Mausoleum of Galla Placidia, a Roman building filled with mosaics praised by UNESCO experts as the most “artistically perfect”. Basilica di Sant'Apollinare Nuovo and many monuments in Ravenna have been deemed unique and timeless. So much so, in fact, that Ravenna has 8 sites featured on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Although Ravenna is an inland city, it is connected to the Adriatic by the Candiano Canal which has much beauty to offer. The coast of Ravenna has 9 seaside resorts, giving you a perfect place to rest after exploring this ancient city of art.

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