Centro Storico Ravello
Centro Storico Ravello
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KateP
131 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2022 • Couples
We stayed at Revello for a week in September. The upside; it’s a pretty town, with lovely views of mountains and the sea from many vantage points. Villas Ruffalo and Cimbrone are well worth a visit, as is the Duomo with its beautiful mosaics. If you have a hire car, I’d highly recommend the cheery team at the auditorium Oscar Niemeyer on via del Republica.
The downside; food is extremely expensive for what you get. We found the quality, with a few notable exceptions, to be very average. Some of the wait staff are clearly not suited to their profession and we were on the receiving end of several instances of rude, surly behaviour. Parking is a nightmare so if you’re remotely concerned about handing your hire car back in one piece, we’d would highly recommend the team above. And finally, be aware that Ravello is wedding central, in the week that we were there there was a wedding every single day, with revellers in the square until the early hours, so not the most relaxing experience given the location of our hotel overlooking it.
Written September 17, 2022
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phat_dawg_21
Alpharetta, GA15,050 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2023 • Couples

The center of Revello is pretty, with important landmark buildings and colorful flowers. It is not as busy or packed with tourists as Amalfi or Positano. But still there are lots of cafes and restaurants, shops selling souvenir items and some points of interest.

There are some interesting places where you have views.
Written September 11, 2023
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KatrinaMolini
Corciano, Italy11,109 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Couples
Ravello is a nice little town on the Amalfi coast. It’s listed as UNESCO site since 1997. It was founded in the 5th century and is famous for the iconic cliffside gardens. The 1953 film Beat the Devil, directed by John Huston and starring Humphrey Bogart, Jennifer Jones, and Gina Lollobrigida in her English language debut, was shot in Ravello. You can particularly recognize the locations in the main square with the cathedral and of course the terrace of Villa Cimbrone. Looks amazing in black and white too. Make sure you find time to visit Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone when you are there. Unforgettable views!!!
Written September 11, 2020
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The Chauffeur of Positano
Positano, Italy904 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019
The rural village of Ravello, completely unspoilt by tourism, perched on top of the mountain cliff, situated above Amalfi and Minori, founded in the 6th century A.D. by Roman colonies who arrived on the shores of the coast searching for high ground from where they could defend themselves. Among the Roman Villas, churches, shops and numerous bars and restaurants, Ravello is also famous for its International Music Festival, which starts in April and ends in November.
Written June 6, 2019
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casaecuador
Ajijic, Mexico142 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
We met a couple who had visited Ravello 15 times and we understood why! Ninos has great 🍕 pizza and pasta that reminded me of spagettios but a zillion times better. The real deal with grilled vegetables in it. We took it back to our apartment because we were stuffed after eating the entire pizzas, Well priced and really great. Super kind attention and service. THEY even offered to do half and Half pizzas, but being greedy little piglets each got our own.
Written October 29, 2019
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terrill03
Toronto, Canada592 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2018 • Couples
Ravello lies above the rest of the towns on the Amalfi coast and getting here involves an uphill drive which at one point becomes a single lane. A traffic light manages the one way traffic either up-hill or downhill through this section. We were here in October and so the wait was only 10 minutes however can imagine this could be quite a delay in high season. Once there the village is dominated by a small square just outside Villa Rufolo. It oozes the Italian la dolce vita with cafes, a church and a few stores, wonderful for a short wander after visiting the Villa.
Written October 26, 2018
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vessi80
North Lanarkshire, UK1,128 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2018 • Solo
Ravello is enchanting. Had a lovely day trip here from Maiori.
So many beautiful places to visit without the oppressive crowds in Amalfi or Positano. In fact, if you are time short and have to choose a town to visit, this would be my choice.
Visit early in the morning if you can to enjoy the Villa Rufolo and the Villa Cimbrone gardens uphill. After all the sightseeing, it was a town you could just relax in, have a coffee or lunch and just watch the world go about its business or not.
One minor point.The buses were crowded on my way back. Standing room only and many were left to wait for the next Sita departure. Taxis charge 45 euros to return to Amalfi so make sure you have the bus timetable to hand.
Written May 29, 2018
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bsandrs
Portsmouth, UK22,686 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2017 • Couples
A small group of us had spent the day visiting the Amalfi coastal towns and whilst interesting, the streets and narrow alleyways were fairly swamped by the huge numbers from the cruise ships. It was therefore a treat for us to come to Ravello in the hills when the majority had gone. Yes, there are the tourist shops, but the small square and side streets, plus the gardens offered a more relaxed feel. This is a town steeped in classical music and, if we were to come again, festival time would be perfect.
Written October 14, 2017
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DavidDundonald
Edinburgh, UK876 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Couples
Great views and a really peaceful place to wander around.

You donly need any maps or guidebooks to have a good time in Ravello, just wander about, get lost and enjoy the atmosphere and if you go early enough in the morning, the lack of people.
Written July 16, 2019
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Denise D
Agoura Hills, CA877 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2018 • Couples
Ravello is one of our favorite spots on the Amalfi Coast for it's artistry and relaxed sensibility. It does get a bit overrun with tourists however you can find spots to get away from the maddening crowd with a five minute walk. The locals are quite patient and friendly and the scenic beauty is gorgeous. Worth a visit.
Written September 27, 2018
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