Departure calendar Ravenna

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61 cruises

Mediterranean: Italy, Croatia, Montenegro

Ravenna Itinerary Mediterranean
from $1,844.15
price per person Taxes included
3 reservations in 72 hours
Duration: 10 nights
Departure from: Ravenna Landing: Civitavecchia
Itinerary:
1. Ravenna,
2. Trieste,
3. navigation,
4. Dubrovnik,
5. Dubrovnik,
6. Split,
7. Zadar,
8. Kotor,
9. navigation,
10. Amalfi,
11. Civitavecchia

Greek islands: Italy, Greece

Ravenna Itinerary Greek islands
from $2,043.80
price per person Taxes included
8 reservations in 36 hours
Explorer Of The Seas | Jun. 1, 2024
Duration: 7 nights
Departure from: Ravenna Landing: Ravenna
Itinerary:
1. Ravenna,
2. navigation,
3. Santorini,
4. Athens,
5. Mykonos,
6. Argostoli,
7. navigation,
8. Ravenna

Mediterranean: Italy, France, Spain

Ravenna Itinerary Mediterranean
from $3,285.94
price per person Taxes included
5 reservations in 48 hours
Voyager Of The Seas | Jun. 3, 2024
Duration: 7 nights
Departure from: Ravenna Landing: Barcelona
Itinerary:
1. Ravenna,
2. navigation,
3. Messina,
4. Civitavecchia,
5. Livorno,
6. Nice,
7. navigation,
8. Barcelona

Mediterranean: Italy, Croatia, Montenegro

Ravenna Itinerary Mediterranean
from $18,462.83
price per person Taxes included
4 reservations in 72 hours
Celebrity Constellation | Jun. 14, 2024
Duration: 11 nights
Departure from: Ravenna Landing: Civitavecchia
Itinerary:
1. Ravenna,
2. Zadar,
3. Dubrovnik,
4. Split,
5. Kotor,
6. navigation,
7. Messina,
8. Naples,
9. navigation,
10. La Spezia,
11. La Spezia,
12. Civitavecchia
61 cruises
Ravenna lies on a plain near the confluence of the rivers Ronco and Montone, 10 km inland from the Adriatic Sea, with which it is connected by a canal. Ravenna was important in history as the capital of the Western Roman Empire in the 6th century AD. Nothing remains of Ravenna's ancient Roman structures or its port of Classis. Instead, Ravenna's fame is based on the quality and quantity of its 6th-18th century Christian monuments. It was the capital of the Western Roman Empire for 250 years and an important port of entry for the Eastern (Byzantine) Empire. Ravenna reflects in its art and architecture a fusion of Roman architectural forms with Byzantine mosaics and other decorations.

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