Экскурсии из Лидо Адриано

The heart of the town centre, with the Rocca Estense and the Pavaglione facing each other, has a distinctive eighteenth-century mark. It is built on a well-structured system of squares, which witnesses the evolution of the solid economic and cultural vitality of the city.

What to see

Opposite the Rocca stands the other nucleus of the city: the Pavaglione, a large quadrilateral building Alfonso II d’Este had built in 1570 to house the market of silkworm cocoons. Designed as a closed four-sided portico and housing several workshops, the Pavaglione has been and is still today the heart of economic and cultural exchanges of the town. To this day, the Pavaglione hosts shows, festivals, historical events as the Contesa Estense, food and wine events as Lugolosa, a weekly market, an Antiques and Collectors' Market and the Biennial Fair of the Romagnola meat. Between the Rocca and the Pavaglione stands the imposing monument to Francesco Baracca from Lugo, a hero of the WW1. On the western side of the Pavaglione there is the Teatro Rossini where important prose works, concerts and an opera season of international prestige are staged every year. Lugo is also famous for its charming green area, Parco del Loto, near the Canale dei Mulini, along which a nice cycle path runs in a special nature itinerary.


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Экскурсии из Лидо Адриано

The peculiar name of Bagnacavallo (Bathing horse) is related to an ancient legend telling of a therapeutic source which would have miraculously given restored the strength of Emperor Tiberius’ horse. Thanks to its charming and perfectly preserved old town centre, its artistic heritage, its traditions, its delicious food and its surroundings immersed in greenery, Bagnacavallo is one of the most fascinating and interesting tourist destinations around Ravenna. It is a place to be discovered and rediscovered several times.

What to see

The heart of the town is the square Piazza della Libertà: from here, porticoed streets wind out. Here, there are the medieval buildings of the Palazzo Vecchio (12-13th centuries), the 13th-century Torre Civica (town tower), where the famous highwayman Passator cortese was imprisoned between 1848 and 1849, and elegant buildings built between the end of the 18th century and the first half of the 19th century, such as the neoclassical Palazzo Comunale and the Teatro Goldoni, renowned for its prestigious theatrical season. The symbol of Bagnacavallo cannot be missed: Piazza Nuova. It has a beautiful elliptic structure framed by round-arched porticoes and it was built between 1758 and 1759 to house a covered food market. The Museo Civico delle Cappuccine houses real treasures: The municipal art collections, with works from the 14th to the 19th century, the modern picture-gallery and the Room of Old and Modern Prints, with an interesting collection by the greatest artists of chalcography. Its nature section is linked, for the didactic part, to the Pantaleone farm, a six-hectare area of protected environmental balance, which is located in the immediate vicinity of the old town centre.

Another Tip

From Bagnacavallo towards the Adriatic Sea

Grand Tour through the small artistic towns of Romagna and the oasis of the Po Delta


to the discovery of the Bassa Romagna a feast for your senses at each pedal stroke.
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