The Port of Ravenna’s Cruise Terminal offers two berths for ships up to 330 m in length (LOA) and houses all security, customs and immigration controls during transit calls and homeporting operations.
The “Ravenna Port Hub: Infrastructural works” Project, represents a strategic infrastructural project under which the Cruise Terminal’s quays depth will be brought to -11,50 m.
A former capital of the Roman and Byzantine Empire, Ravenna is distinguished for the stunning 5th and 6th century mosaics of its eight early Christian and Byzantine religious buildings included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Ravenna is also well known for its Ravenna Festival, an international musical event, which features world-renowned artists such as Maestro Riccardo Muti leading his Cherubini Youth Orchestra.
Ravenna’s famous eno-gastronomic delights include the piadina, cappelletti and its first-rate wines.
The Port of Ravenna is the natural gateway to some of the most beautiful destinations in Italy: Bologna, the Motor Valley, San Marino, Faenza, Brisighella, Florence and Milan via high-speed rail.