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Villa Cimbrone Gardens

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Villa Cimbrone Gardens

3,939 Reviews
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The Amalfi Coast is one of southern Italy’s most in-demand destinations, and on this full-day tour, enjoy an in-depth journey through the famously scenic region. Don’t worry about charting the narrow, hilly roads yourself: a comfortable, air-conditioned mini-coach \ transports you directly from Sorrento to the villages of Positano, Amalfi, and Ravello, complete with hotel pickup and drop-off for added convenience. A small-group size means plenty of personal attention.
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Rodrigo P wrote a review Oct 2020
Maastricht, The Netherlands356 contributions36 helpful votes
If you are in Ravello and want to take a walk to visit it is a nice plan. Not a mandatory stop to do thought. It is a fantastic place where you can see some nice gardens (noting spectacular), a balcony with a great view (all the views of the seaside in Ravello are great). Note that most people go there for the classical selfie with the statues.... apart from that.... not much content to be honest. The walk from Ravello there is the most interesting thing in my opinion … and if you walk there just continue walking down the path in direction to Amalfi city. Check the photos here and you will get 80% of the idea.... apart from that nothing much more.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Heaven Sent wrote a review Oct 2020
Lichfield, United Kingdom26 contributions5 helpful votes
For the most breathtaking views from Ravello this is a must visit. Great for an afternoon stroll and a drink in the gardens overlooking beautiful Ravello
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Date of experience: October 2020
Abby E wrote a review Sep 2020
London, United Kingdom5 contributions6 helpful votes
If you're in Ravello, don't miss these gardens. An oasis of calm (albeit very beautifully crafted) above the madness of the Amalfi coast highway. The views are spectacular. Just wished i lived there!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Brun066 wrote a review Sep 2020
Florence, Italy9,649 contributions987 helpful votes
What to write about this gorgeous place that hasn't already been written? I don't know if for some visitors the vision of this park inspires a parallel with the Taj Mahal in Agra. For me it was like that. In Agra Shah Jahan, Moghul emperor, builds the white mausoleum in memory of his wife, who died in her fourteenth birth. In Ravello Lord Grimthorpe dedicates himself to Villa Cimbrone, a work of his life, not in memory of his wife but (according to what we read) in any case to get out of the depression that her untimely death had caused him. In both cases there is a woman at the origin of one of the highlights of human creativity. Villa Cimbrone had for Grimthorpe a real function of “Pausilipon” (literally: cessation of pain); and thanks to Grimthorpe, and from him onwards, the villa provides the countless visitors with comparable enjoyment. Enjoyment that doesn't diminish because it must be shared among many; this is precisely the quality that Thomas Aquinas and other medieval theologians attributed to the "summum bonum". We leave this garden with a better attitude towards ourselves and towards humanity.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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John M wrote a review Sep 2020
Monmouth, United Kingdom422 contributions230 helpful votes
10th October 2019. Beautiful gardens, well worth a visit if in Ravello - even in October. Spectacular location with great views from the Terrace of Infinity to houses and road below and the sea beyond. The Avenue of Immensity - a wisteria covered tunnel was also delightful even though the wisteria was not in bloom at the time of course. Well worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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