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Discovering Dante Alighieri and the city of Ravenna

Ravenna - Dante's city celebrates the 700th anniversary of the great poet

Ravenna, a city with 8 Unesco monuments including early Christian and Byzantine mosaics, will celebrate the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri, whose mortal remains rest in the beautiful city he chose as his last refuge. In fact, the supreme poet spent his last and most significant years of his life in Ravenna where he concluded the most celebrated work of Italian literature: the Divine Comedy. Today the city perpetuates the memory of Dante with a rich program of conversations, readings, exhibitions and concerts. Together with Dante's Tomb, the Quadrarco of Braccioforte and the Basilica of San Francesco, the museum is part of the "Zone of Silence", the area that contains Dante's places in Ravenna.

The Hotel Aurelia is an ideal starting point for a visit to Ravenna, the city of Dante.


The offer includes:

  • Overnight stay in your room of choice with a beautiful sea view or on the main street of Milano Marittima
  • Breakfast buffet with sweet and savory options, fresh organic fruit from the Batani Farm, juices and fruit and vegetables extracts.
  • 1 massage per person (50 min) in the Dolce Vita Spa
  • Spa Kit: bathrobe and  slippers
  • High speed Wi-Fi in all of the common areas and in the rooms
  • Guided visit (3h) alla scoperta to discover the bond between Dante and Ravenna (min. 2 persons) – Transfer to Ravenna with your own car, the visit to the city is entirely by foot, we advice you to wear comfortable shoes  and appropriate attire for visting places of worship (churces, chapels)


Add services to your stay:

  • Entrance to the Dolce Vita Spa: steam bath, bio-sauna, emotional shower, ice fountain, heated benches and relaxation area with herbal tea. Spa kit: bathrobe and slippers. 
  • Lunch and/or Dinner in the hotel Restaurant I Glicini, with a 4 course fish or meat or vegetarian menu
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