Bagnacavallo is part of the province of Ravenna, Emilia-Romagna.
The city hides two small pearls that must be visited:
1. Piazza Nuova
It was built in 1758 to house the market and the shops. The square is surrounded by a portico (formed by 30 arches) and is the most characteristic monument of the city.
2. Vicolo degli Amori
It is a very narrow street, illuminated by lanterns, called in this way because it allowed lovers to exchange a little kiss.