Ravenna is the gateway to Central Italy, to the Emilia-Romagna region, the Republic of San Marino, Bologna, Florence and Venice cities. It is the only port in the Mediterranean sea which grants easy and quick access to both Florence and Venice. Ravenna is located in the middle of the most fuel efficient routes including Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Montenegro, Albania and Greece.
How to reach us?
From Ravenna railway station take the dedicated shuttle bus leaving from Viale Farini, located only 3 min walking distance along the avenue straight ahead as you get out of the station.
From the A14 motorway (from West) take the Ravenna exit and follow the signs to “LIDI NORD – Via Baiona” and “Marina Romea – Porto Corsini”.
From the SS309/Romea (from North) pass the Casalborsetti roundabout and at the next roundabout take the second exit towards Marina Romea and then follow the signs to Porto Corsini.
From the SS16 (from South) keep the direction to Ravenna, follow the E55 route/SS309 and take the exit towards “Ravenna Centro” – “Porto” – “Zona Industriale”. Then follow the signs to “LIDI NORD – Via Baiona” and “Marina Romea – Porto Corsini”. Dedicated signage to the “Cruise Terminal” is also easily visible.
The Ravenna cruise terminal is 90 km away from the Bologna “Guglielmo Marconi” International Airport. Once arrived at the airport you can take a taxi, rent a car, or travel to Bologna Centrale railway station to take a train to Ravenna, which is 1 hour and 20 minutes away.