"Fabulous Stay - Look No Further"

This is a family run B&B located just outside the main tourist area in Ravenna. From the moment of our initial contact to our departure we felt welcomed. Ravenna is a small walkable town and this B&B was in a perfect location. Rooms were beautifully decorated and the breakfast was abundant and fabulous! I would not hesitate to stay at Casa Masoli again! Highly recommend.

LorrieRose

Casa Masoli

Casa Masoli

San Vitale

San Vitale

Riccardo Muti lives in Ravenna

Riccardo Muti (Italian: [rikˈkardo ˈmuːti]; born in Naples 28 July 1941) is an Italian conductor. He holds two music directorships: the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and the Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini. Previously he held posts at the Maggio Musicale in Florence, the Philharmonia Orchestra in London, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Teatro alla Scala in Milan and the Salzburg Whitsun Festival. Muti has been a prolific recording artist and has received dozens of honors, titles, awards and prizes. He is particularly associated with the music of Giuseppe Verdi.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riccardo_Muti

Concert – The Roads of Friendship, Ravenna 8 July 2017 9:00 pm Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini Musicians of the Italian Operatic and Symphonic Foundations Orchestras Tehran Symphonic Orchestra and Chorus Chorus of Teatro Municipale di Piacenza conductor Riccardo Muti tenor Piero Pretti baritone Luca Salsi bass Riccardo Zanellato Giuseppe Verdi from “I vespri siciliani”: Symphony and Procida’s aria “O tu Palermo” from “Don Carlos”: duett of Don Carlo and Rodrigo “Dio che nell’alma” from “Simon Boccanegra”: Fiesco’s aria “Il lacerato spirto” and chorus, Gabriele’s aria “Sento avvampar nell’anima” from “Macbeth”: Banco’s aria “Studia il passo, o mio figlio!”, chorus “Patria oppressa”, Macduff’s aria “Ah, la paterna mano”, chorus “La patria tradita”, Macbeth’s aria “Pietà, rispetto, amore”, scene and battle, Victory Hymn – Finale from “La forza del destino”: Symphony

Concert – The Roads of Friendship, Ravenna
8 July 2017
9:00 pm

Orchestra Giovanile Luigi Cherubini
Musicians of the Italian Operatic and Symphonic Foundations Orchestras
Tehran Symphonic Orchestra and Chorus
Chorus of Teatro Municipale di Piacenza

conductor
Riccardo Muti

tenor Piero Pretti
baritone Luca Salsi
bass Riccardo Zanellato

Giuseppe Verdi
from “I vespri siciliani”: Symphony and Procida’s aria “O tu Palermo”
from “Don Carlos”: duett of Don Carlo and Rodrigo “Dio che nell’alma”
from “Simon Boccanegra”: Fiesco’s aria “Il lacerato spirto” and chorus, Gabriele’s aria “Sento avvampar nell’anima”
from “Macbeth”: Banco’s aria “Studia il passo, o mio figlio!”, chorus “Patria oppressa”, Macduff’s aria “Ah, la paterna mano”, chorus “La patria tradita”, Macbeth’s aria “Pietà, rispetto, amore”, scene and battle, Victory Hymn – Finale
from “La forza del destino”: Symphony

1000 Miglia go through Ravenna

THE SPORTING TRADITION

There is an old motto that says fuel rather than blood flows through the veins of the people who come from Brescia.

Brescians innate passion for racing had already come alive in the city by the end of the nineteenth century; from 1895 to 1898 three motor racing competitions had taken place, but by 1899 that number had gone up to a good twenty races.

The first appearance of a racecar in the Brescian territory came about on March 14,1899, during the Verona-Mantua-Brescia-Verona race, when Ettore Bugatti won, driving his Prinetti & Stucchi three-wheeler vehicle.

Although the Brescians were involved in the organization of this Veronese race, they really wanted a race of their own. They therefore decided to organize two races immediately, the first of which took place on September 10, 1899, and the second on the following day.

That Sunday, Brescia held the first-ever "Speed Race", a 6 km automobile race on the ring road of the city, in addition to a motorcycle race. On the following Monday, the Brescia- Mantua-Verona-Brescia 223 km race began.

It was not a coincidence, that in the early twentieth century, six automobile manufacturers were founded in Brescia, another indication of their vocation for motoring.

In 1904, the "Brescian Raceway" was prepared, connecting the northern Italian cities, Brescia-Cremona-Mantua-Brescia. The circuit was 185 kilometers and was to be repeated twice.

The first race took place on September 5, 1904, during a special week in Brescia known as "la Settimana di Brescia".

The following year, this special "week" was repeated and on September 9, 1905, the "Brescian Raceway" held the first Coppa Florio race.

Until after the end of WWI, no further races were organized at which point the Brescians came back with flying colors. Thanks to Arturo Mercanti, an "adopted" Brescian, the city took on the organization of the Italian Grand Prix, which was added to a wide range of events organized under the name of "International Automotive-Air Circuit" in 1921. In addition to the preparation of a race known as "Flying Kilometre", and other races designed for minor categories, greater attention was obviously given to Brescia's new Raceway, known as "Circuito della Fascia d'Oro." The raceway's name "Fascia d'Oro" was taken from the area near Montichiari, a small town near Brescia where the first Italian Grand Prix (Gran Premio d'Italia) was initiated on September 4, 1921.

In 1922, much to Brescia's chagrin, Arturo Mercanti opened the "Monza Circuit" and moved the Italian Gran Prix to this newly constructed raceway in the town of Monza, north of Milan, where it still takes place.

Brescia's great passion for motor vehicles prompted them to set up their own Automobile Club in 1906. However, it remained under the wings of the Milan Automobile Club until 1926, when the official Brescia Automobile Club was established under the new rules of the Royal Automobile Club of Italy. These regulations were then officially instituted by the law-decree of November 14, 1926. This decree granted the establishment of the Brescia Automobile Club, as well as the Public Motor Vehicle Registry (PRA).

On January 18, 1927, official offices opened on Corso Magenta, where the preparation activities for the first Mille Miglia Cup began to take place. From that day on, the name "Mille Miglia" along with "Red Arrow" trademark have remained the inalienable property of the Brescia Automobile Club.

Since its inception, the Brescia Automobile Club has kept its tradition alive of being one of the most important worldwide associations for sports events. Some of the competitions organized by ACI Brescia included: "Circuito di Brescia", "Circuito di Garda", "Brescia-Edolo-Pontedilegno", "Colle S. Eusebio", "Trofeo Lumezzane" and "Cronoscalata del Monte Maddalena". The dedication and passion of the great Renzo Castagneto continues today.

With this dedication and passion in mind, the Brescia Automobile Club is committed to its endeavor and could never veers off its path. Through dedication and diligent hard work, ACI Brescia maintains its unsurpassed wealth of talent and bravery that has written memorable moments in the pages of history.

One of the ACI Brescia's roles is also to preserve Brescia's motor tradition and rich heritage in the world of sports, not only a cultural heritage but a human one as well, which encompasses all the races that that have taken place on Brescian territory from 1899 to today.

Even this year, the Brescia Automobile Club had three important races on its calendar to organize: The "International Rally 1000 Miglia", the timed uphill race known as "Trofeo Vallecamonica - Malegno-Ossimo-Borno" and the "Rally Ronde ACI Brescia".

http://www.1000miglia.it

Casa Masoli's Books

Our new bookcase

Una Meraviglia

La struttura è all'interno di un prestigioso palazzo nobiliare meravigliosamente arredato. Stanza ampia e comodissima con in balconcino che affacciava su un bel giardino. Bagno ampissimo preziosamente rivestito di boiserie e pavimento in parquet, pieno di specchi e di cortesie per gli ospiti, cabina doccia ampia e attrezzata .Grandissima cura dei dettagli. Molto carina la sala della colazione che offre varietà dolci, salate e succhi. Padrona di casa deliziosa

Booking.com

Everybody love Casa Masoli, it doesn't matter where they live !

This is very quiet town, here you can find a very comfortable B&B: Casa Masoli. The owner is gentle, very warm and very friendly. which really feel us like home. We have been most of places owner recommended, all of them are wonderful. 
If next time we have chance to Ravenna, we will definitely recommend this hotel !
Four of us: Sophia, Rachel, Helen, Gary

10 out of 10

Tyronn, (AU)
Everything about Casa Masoli was perfect. I have travelled globally for Business and Leisure for 28 years and have never experienced an Accommodation bundle like this. Room perfect, bed a little harder than I like but therwise perfect, location perfect, restaurant recomendations perfect. All in all a very enjoyable and relaxing experience.
Booking.com April 2016

Casa Masoli B&B Hotel Boutique

It's Such a Beautiful Day

Starts one of the most beautiful moments of the year !
We wait for you.

Casa Masoli B&B Christmas Holiday 2015
Girolamo Rossi

Ravenna Centro

"Un séjour de rêve"

Je venais d'un petit séjour à Venise dans un grand hôtel et j'ai pu apprécier toute la différence avec la chambre d'hôtes ! Là-bas, sourire purement commercial et là hospitalité chaleureuse, toujours à l'écoute du client. Tout y est parfait et je recommande très vivement cet établissement à quiconque se rend à Ravenne et qui apprécie le bon goût, l'esthétique et la qualité du buffet.

Casa Masoli B&B
Girolamo Rossi
Ravenna Centro

The perfect place to experience Ravenna

Absolutely everything. The hosts and charming, friendly and helpful, the building is magnificent and perfectly restored, the room was gorgeous, the location ideal. Breakfast was delicious and served in a beautiful dining room. Simply a magical experience in every way.

Casa Masoli Hotel Boutique
Girolamo Rossi
Ravenna Centro

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“中庭のある古いお屋敷”

駅からは、10分弱かかると思います。途中ほとんど石畳なので、ちょっと歩きにくいかも知れません。ホテルというより、B&Bという感じだと思います。到着するとすぐに、オーナーの主人が親切に町の地理、歴史、観光、食事のことなど、説明して下さいました。私たちが宿泊した部屋は、一番狭い部屋だと思いますが、特に不満はありませんでした。見学させてもらいましたが、天蓋付きのベッドのある豪華な部屋もありますので、家族で泊まることも出来そうです。ただ、民家なので、上階の足音はかなり気になりました。朝食は、ホテル並みとはいきませんが、十分満足いく物でした。個人経営では珍しく、支払いをカードで済ませられたのは、助かりました。

客室選びのポイント: 前もって、希望をリクエストすれば、応えてくれると思います。

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