Port of Ravenna
The Port of Ravenna (Italian: Porto di Ravenna) is an Italian seaport on the North Adriatic Sea in Ravenna, Italy. It is one of the top twenty Italian ports and top forty European ports.
The port of Ravenna is the main port of Emilia-Romagna. The European Commission has appointed the Ravenna seaport "Core port" of the TEN-T Networks.
The docks are mainly on a canal that connects the town centre of Ravenna (which is inland) to the sea which is 12 km away. The offshore breakwaters are in the little towns of Porto Corsini and Marina di Ravenna.
It hosts shipyards, multipurpose terminals, bulk cargo terminals and a containerized cargo terminal. There are also a big passenger and cruise lines terminal and the biggest marinas of the Adriatic Sea.
There are regular ferry lines to Catania, Brindisi, Igoumenitsa.