Via dei Tre Lati, 2/X, 48100 Ravenna RA, Italy
About Safari Ravenna
The Ravenna Safari is a safari park in the Savio district of the city of Ravenna in Emilia-Romagna which was owned by the company ALFA 3000. This park allows you to see more than 700 animals of over 100 different species including wild animals up close and without barriers, as you could never do in a normal bio-park.
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A beautiful theme park which was located in the Savio, a frazione of Ravenna. It was one of the biggest park in Italy. It has an area of 30 hectares, with an additional waterworld area of 10 hectares, called Mirabilandia Beach. The most notable attractions are the Katun inverted roller coaster and the iSpeed launched coaster. It has the world's tallest Watercoaster, the "Divertical" with a height of 60 m.
iSpeed is a roller coaster type Launched coaster, located in the amusement park Mirabilandia in Ravenna. It replaced the Sierra Tonante wooden roller coaster in 2009 and was inaugurated on June 20 of that year in the presence of an exceptional guest: the 250 class motorcycling champion Marco Simoncelli. It is the fastest rollercoaster in Italy. It reaches 120 kilometers per hour of speed. It has a total of 2 reversals.
Mirabeach, known as Mirabilandia Beach until 2011, is an aquatic park, a section of the largest Italian theme park Mirabilandia, near Ravenna, within which it is located. Built-in 2003, resulting in a significant extension of Mirabilandia to the north-west, it covers an area of 100,000 m² and consists of beaches, swimming pools, waterslides, green spaces, bars, restaurants, and shops, resembling a paradise island tropical, comparable to a beach in the Red Sea, the Caribbean, the Hawaii or Polyne
The basilica of Sant'Apollinare Nuovo is a basilica of Ravenna. Born as an Arian place of worship, in the 6th century, it was consecrated to San Martino di Tours. The current name of the basilica dates back to the 9th century, a period in which the relics of the proto-bishop Apollinare, due to frequent pirate raids on the Ravenna coast, for safety reasons, were transferred from the basilica of Sant'Apollinare in Classe to the intramural basilica of San Martino which was renamed, in fact, Sant'Ap
The tomb of Dante is the neoclassical tomb of the poet Dante Alighieri erected at the Basilica of San Francesco in the center of Ravenna. The Supreme Poet lived the last years of his existence in the Romagna city, dying there in 1321. The tomb is a national monument and around it, an area of respect and silence called the "Dante area" has been established. The area includes the tomb of the poet, the garden with the Quadrarco, and the Franciscan cloisters, which house the Dante Museum.
The Neonian Baptistery, also known as the Orthodox Baptistery, is located in Ravenna and dates back to the 5th century. It takes its name from the bishop Neone who made it continue construction after his predecessor Orso. The name of the Orthodox should instead be understood according to the meaning of the time, which meant the Christians of the "right" doctrine as opposed to the Arian heresy.
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Emilia-Romagna is a top European tourism destination, welcoming more than 11.5 million visitors annually and generating 50 million overnight stays. Its unique attractions – historical, cultural, artistic, social, industrial and economic – provide visitors with an authentic, all-round experience of the Italian lifestyle.