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All reviews great walk steep steps knee problems down hill calf muscles walked down takes about an hour sita bus walking shoes villa cimbrone follow the signs amalfi coast gelato worth the effort gorgeous views the main square knees
The start of this walk and others start behind the Villa Ruffalo it splits off and is sign posted into two paths one to Amalfi (Atrani) the other to Minori which is steep with steps close together.The other to Atrani is more gradual there are...More
If you like walking this is a great one, lots and lots of steep steps which means good excersise for those calf muscles (boy they hurt the next day) but well worth it, I came from atrani to Ravello and was so glad I made...More
What a pleasant walk down...and what a killer ascent! You'll see lemon groves, maybe pick a fig if you're lucky. This is a twisting, beautfiful path which is a breeze to descend, but a bit tough to climb. It's also a bit tricky in Atrani...More
My wife and I are 50 years old and in fairly good shape. We decided to visit Ravello and walk to Atrani then Amalfi.
With all the tourists and busses, we enjoyed some peace and quite along the walk down. We passed a few couples...More
Fabulous and good value way to get from Ravello to Atrani or Amalfi. Great views. There are a *lot* of steps and my calves ached for two days after. Suggest stretching and/or warming up before starting! Map said it would take 75 minutes, it took...More
If you start from the Villa Cimbrone Street the walk has good signage. It is a little less clear if you start from Via Della Republica, but doable if you keep heading right and down! Another option is go head to Minori... More
If you start from the Villa Cimbrone Street the walk has good signage. It is a little less clear if you start from Via Della Republica, but doable if you keep heading right and down! Another option is go head to Minori - if you go Via Torello it is very straightforward. Minori is smaller, much less touristic and has some wonderful bakeries, cafes and restaurants.