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  • 1 Goldoni Theater

    The "Goldoni Theater" overlooks the main square of the city.

    Built between 1839 and 1845 on a project by the Bolognese architect Filippo Antolini, it was dedicated to "Carlo Goldoni", an illustrious Venetian playwright whose father practiced the profession of doctor led to Bagnacavallo, where he is buried. Today it hosts seasons of prose and musical performances thanks to Accademia Perduta Romagna Teatri.

    Curiosity: the horseshoe-shaped interior is ideal for lyrical representations

  • 2 Civic Museum of the Capuchin

    Walking through the narrow streets of the historic center, around the corner of via Garibaldi, you can admire the former convent of the Capuchin Sisters, a large building complex of sixteenth-century origin, renovated in the eighteenth century, now home to the Civic Museum, the Library and of the Municipal Archives.
    The permanent collections and temporary exhibitions enrich the cultural heritage of the city of Bagnacavallo.

  • 3 Piazza Nuova

    The arcaded oval square was built in 1758 and used as a market, home to butchers, fishmongers and oil shops.
    Always a meeting point for the people of Bagnacavallo, it is to be explored and experienced together with the guys from the Osteria di Piazza Nuova, the Cellar and the artisan shops, here tradition and innovation blend into the present.
    Guess how many arches there are! 24, 30 or 32? The square is just a few steps from our hotel! We went to count them.

  • 4 Giardino dei Semplici

    Walking through the streets of the city, you will be able to see a last example of a botanical garden that exists within the historic center. It is also known as the Garden of Aphorisms for its wrought iron benches with the aphorisms of Leo Longanesi, journalist and writer born right here in Bagnacavallo.
    You will meet the cat Topino, the neighbors and the bright atmosphere of summer evenings.

  • 5 Pieve di S.Pietro in Sylvis

    About 1 km from the historic center of Bagnacavallo, it is one of the best preserved Romanesque churches in the Ravenna area, preserves frescoes dating back to 1320 attributed to the master Pietro da Rimini. It is said that the basilica was probably built near an ancient Roman temple dedicated to Jupiter .......

  • 6 Tipografia Artigiana

    The historic “Tipografia Artigiana” born and always remained in Bagnacavallo in Via Oberdan at n. 6.
    Born in the early 1950s from the union and mastery of Achille Taroni, known as "Chilino" typographer already at the age of 9 and his brother-in-law Eligio Zattoni, it was active until the early 2000s.
    Just 500 meters from the convent, the printing house is still visible thanks to the Tricoli-Taroni family who warmly welcomes groups and schoolchildren, telling them the anecdotes and stories of daily life.
    In addition, in September, during the patron saint's day, this suggestive place comes alive with music, artistic workshops and the convivial atmosphere of friendship and coffee is (re) lived, just as "Chilino" created with the help of his wife Francesca "Cicchina ".

  • 7 Vicolo degli amori

    In the historic center of Bagnacavallo, a narrow alley connects the square of the Carmine church and via Vecchia Darsena. It's up to you to find out where ... love is!

  • 8 Ecomuseo delle Erbe Palustri

    A few minutes by car or by bicycle you can reach the Ecomuseum of Erbe Palustri: thanks to Maria Rosa and Luigi and all the volunteers of the Association, you can admire the uses, customs and traditions of the territory through the recovery and conservation of memory and know-how linked to the community and craftsmanship.
    During the year, in addition to the permanent exhibition of the museum, there are slow tourism projects, initiatives, events and cultural exchanges that safeguard the culture and roots of Lower Romagna.

  • 9 Burson

    It is not just to see, but above all to taste.
    Burson is a native grape variety that carries with it the soul of Romagna: people and their traditions, dialogue and dialect, doing and hospitality. The name derives from the nickname given to the Longanesi family who in the fifties had the merit of believing in the potential of these grapes and saving them from extinction. Currently Bursôn is produced with 100% Longanesi grapes in two versions: Bursôn blue label and Bursôn black label.

  • 10 Ancient Convent of San Francesco

    Could not miss the Ex Convent of San Francesco, home of our hotel.
    The complex dating back to the thirteenth century is the oldest convent building in the city of Bagnacavallo. Today it is a versatile and dynamic accommodation facility. If you are not a guest of the hotel, come and visit us during the events and programming of the evenings "Quel che passa il Convento".