When is best to go to Ravenna, as well as what weather to expect when you visit Ravenna.
Ravenna is undoubtedly one of the most enchanting cities in Italy of great historic and artistic wealth dating back to multiple eras of ancient history, both national and international. Throughout the centuries, it has been the capital of three kingdoms: it was the beating heart of the last Western Roman Empire, the Ostrogothic Kingdom and the Exarchate of the Byzantine Empire.
In addition to great historic depth, it offers an extremely varied landscape, which goes from the Adriatic Sea to the peaceful plains and gentle slopes of the surrounding countryside. From a meteorological profile, it's worth highlighting Ravenna’s extremely diverse climate: in winter, the area is exposed to strong winds with low temperatures; in summer, temperatures can reach over 35C/96F.
For more detailed information about the weather in Ravenna and the specific weather conditions, and in order to have a precious tool to plan visits and activities in the area, it can be very useful to consult the section of the Avventure Bellissime website dedicated to the climate in Ravenna. Heads up: although it is undoubtedly a beautiful city to explore at any time of the year, the spring and autumn months are probably the best period of the year to uncover the beauties of this place.