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Slow tourism

There are many interesting places to explore in and around Faenza.
In the city, you can visit the International Museum of Ceramics. It is also nice to walk through the narrow streets of the center, nose up to see many neoclassical murals (as in building Milzetti) and browse in the shops of handicraft ceramics production.
Moreover, not far from the house, you will be able to visit some of the most exciting places in the history of art:
  • Ravenna famous  for its mosaics and Byzantine art;
  • Florence known for its views and its museums;
  • Bologna fabulous for walking kilometers in the arcades;
  • Ferrara for its castles and Renaissance palaces;
  • Padua remembered with its ancient university and spas.