The province of Ravenna (Italian: provincia di Ravenna Romagnol: Pruvènza ed Ravèna) is a province in the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy. Its capital is the city of Ravenna. As of 2015, it has a population of 391,997 inhabitants over an area of 1,859.44 square kilometres (717.93 sq mi), giving it a population density of 210.81 inhabitants per square kilometre. Its provincial president is Claudio Casadio.
Things to do in Province of Ravenna
4.5 based on 757 reviews
Piccola osteria a conduzione familiare, propone ricette tradizionali e rivisitate della campagna romagnola in un'atmosfera rustico-romantica d'altri tempi.
We went to this restaurant after Reading a positive review in the Italian newspaper La Stampa, and it did not disappoint in any way. From when you enter you are enchanted by the ambience and decor ... a lot of care and attention to detail has been shown in displaying items such as a collection of framed vintage postcards, old railway timetables, kitchen utensils like old coffee grinders and more, all beautifully placed and apparently collected from local flea markets over a number of years. "Binari" means railway tracks which are near the restaurant. The food is excellent, innovative and well presented. Dishes we enjoyed: potato flan filling (no pastry) with gorgonzola, selection of local cheeses with honey, yoghurt and quince paste (in particular we wanted to try Scoparolo, a semi-mature which was delicious), sea-bass fillet baked in foil and risotto with small fresh water crustaceans, chocolate pudding with orange reduction. We drank the local Pignoletto white wine and dessert was accompanied by a glass of Centesimino late harvest red. Total cost 80 Euro which also included excellent bread rolls and breadsticks, crudites with olive oil, one espresso coffee and mineral water. Nicole, the waitress, was attentive and capable. All in all an enjoyable evening and definitely an address to consider for gourmands visiting the area.
4.5 based on 246 reviews
Cantine Antica Grotta: Restaurant, Wine Bar , Enoteca. A historical setting, a craft kitchen, products related to territory passionately sought, 800 wines, 100 beers, 70 distillates
Earlier TA reviews directed us here. And what a superb standard of dining is offered in otherwise unpretentious surroundings. The restaurant uses the best local ingredients, which are deftly prepared by the chef in a spotless kitchen which is visible to diners. Such a small restaurant - about 24 covers - sensibly limits the menu choices, but all the options are interesting and the owner puts his expertise in wine to good effect - separate recommendations are offered by the glass for every course. On Saturday night the place was full, and service inevitably became slow, but the standard of food and wine did not fall. The following Sunday night was more relaxed, with the owner bringing out more of his speciality liqueurs for us to try! Even on a busy Saturday night the restaurant was happy to allow my wife and I to share courses - and even the wine that went with them - without any additional charge. This is a restaurant run by people with a genuine enthusiasm for good food and wine. Don't miss it.
4.5 based on 324 reviews
Let your mind wander from refined, bright and warm atmosphere of our restaurant Cinque Cucchiai, in the shade of our old oak tree: you will taste the delicious fish and meat dishes created for you by our chefs, getting lost in the depths of green lawns, rose Gardens, orchards and hills at the horizon.
Faenza is one of the most sophisticated towns in Romagna, and its splendid 'Museo delle Ceramiche' alone would be worth a detour, if you are in the area. Until a few years ago, there wasn't a proper high-level restaurant in Faenza to celebrate the great gastronomic tradition of Romagna; now the 'Cinque Cucchiai', a name that descends from a typical dessert of the place, bears this honor. It's a very pleasant place near the 'Le Cicogne' and the Golf Club Faenza, which means that you can see the occasional stork flying by and the manicured greens of the golf club are easy on the eyes. Fish is a specialty, but we preferred to order classic 'Tagliatelle alla Bolognese' and 'Tournedos', both excellent and well prepared. The maitre and waiters were all quite nice and the place is well-lit and airy: the bill, at the end, was quite reasonable. The only criticism is that we came there on a Sunday at lunch, the place was packed (a sign of success) and therefore quite noisy, but this is only a minor glitch for a very nice place that deserves a visit anyway.
4.5 based on 525 reviews
What a find! We researched this place on trip advisor whilst planning our Italian motorbike trip. However when we arrived at our hotel were ecstatic when we found out it was on the same street!! The food and service is exceptional. The owner Ale was so friendly and helped us choose what to eat. We could tell he was passionate about his food and it showed! We stopped late afternoon for a snack and ended up going back just before he closed for more! We tried the classic piadina (Italian flatbread) which is a traditional local cuisine and also 2 other variations which were a kind of wrap and a Sandwich of sorts. We even had a desert which was a piadina filled with Nutella! Yummy :) the Parma ham was the best we have ever tasted and all the ingredients were lovely quality and so fresh. This place is a little Gem and a must when visiting this charming town.
4.5 based on 405 reviews
This place is on a really small lake next to the Saline of Cervia. The piadina is home made at the moment of your order and all the ingredients are fresh and tasty.
We had Porchetta and Pecorino, Cotto and Fontina, Porcellum, Sfigorona (or something similar with pepperoni, aubergines,...) and we drank a Salina beer: a beer with the sweet Cervia salt.
Everything perfect. If you have time and they are not busy, have a chat with the staff, helpful and wishing to tell you about touristic attractions and traditions.
4.5 based on 382 reviews
Enjoyed our introduction to piadina. Not really knowing what to expect, we watched Stefano prepare the flatbread after our order, add the fillings, and then finish the cooking. As Stefano finished up we had the revelation that we were basically having an Italian quesadilla. After we received our order, we ate along side the stand in the shade. Nice assortment of fillings and beverages. The stand is located close to the Tomb of Theodric.
4.5 based on 504 reviews
4.5 based on 172 reviews
HomeMade Pasta, fish specialties.
Tre stelle really good place to get everything you want on your vacation. Delicious seafood and grill. Good vine bar as well!!
Get calm and relax? No problem! Want to talk with owner Fabio? It's ok! Fabio is welcome all the time and ready to help in any queston! Guys are english speaking as well!!! Again want to visit them!!!!
5 based on 140 reviews
Quando ho voglia di un buon rotolone farcito come si deve, vado a La Farcita così me ne cavo la voglia!! Buoni anche i crescioni. Si torna sempre volentieri.
4.5 based on 302 reviews
Let’s begin the new season))) since 7 april 2018 until 1 st of may open only for lunch during the week end !!
Well, Zanzibar opinion depends on people taste, because this place means beach, bar, party, restaurant......! Basically I don't know about food and beach, but I like the music! Just forget drink quality. Honestly I suggest you to go there every parties in which play Fabio Ugolini, Dino angioletti, Andrea arcangeli, matte.
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