Le Ville di Ravello
Le Ville di Ravello
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SiobhanGalos
Perth, Australia21 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2023
A gorgeous town that we have raved about to anyone who will listen since our first trip in 2014. We loved it so much that we recently stayed there again (June 2023). Unfortunately our experience was not as good as the first time and, whilst I would recommend a visit, I would not recommend staying here at the moment. Currently the road from Ravello to Amalfi is closed due to large buses due to a tragic accident that occurred earlier in the year. The town has put on a small shuttle bus which is able to use the direct route (and takes 15 to 20 mins) but it seats only around 25 passengers and there are always double of triple this number of people wanting to get on the bus (and it only runs about 5 times a day). Once it did not turn up at all as the bus has broken down. If you aren't able to get on the small bus (in 4 days we were only able to get on it once) you have to take the large bus which has to drive the long way around and takes between 1hour to 1 hour & 40 mins. This means it is very difficult to plan your day as you never know what time you will get to Amalfi to catch connecting buses or ferries and you never know what time you'll get back to Ravello for dinner reservations. It also means that you spend 2 - 3 hours a day just getting up and back to Amalfi! There is more to the story but suffice to say that the bus situation was a nightmare and I would strongly recommend not staying in Ravello until the road is fixed!
Written June 29, 2023
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Ikouzolele
Brussels, Belgium141 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2019
The whole of Ravello is breathtaking, and the gardens of Villa Ruffolo are no exception. A must-see if you're in the area. Even if you are not, Ravello is definitely worth an excursion! From Villa Cimbrone,the view is. just. unbelievable. Do not walk, run there!
Written January 14, 2020
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li
Province of Modena, Italy15 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2023 • Friends
Very nice town, great to walk around, helpful and friendly locals. We have walked from Amalfi, passing by Atrani. We loved the views and the cozy environment. Also, nice places to grab a bite and relax after the walk
Written May 21, 2023
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Liefhebber
Breda, The Netherlands8,606 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2019
Ravello is a must see at the Amalfi Coast. Lovely gardens and views everywhere. We had lunch at Villa Maria, wonderfull view!! Just walk around and you will discover another new beautiful view around the corner. Visit Villa Cimbrone, amazing!!
Written March 2, 2020
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Sapengro
Southampton113 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2018 • Family
There's no doubt it's a beautiful place, but if you have limited time in Ravello then I think Villa Cimbrone is a better bet.
Written September 3, 2018
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Nicholas Y
Guatemala City, Guatemala108 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2016 • Couples
If you want the feeling of walking into an Italian fairytale then you must visit Ravello.

Located 7km from the hustle and bustle of Amalfi, Ravello is a much quieter town set in the mountains.

Known as the City of Music, there are concerts that are frequently conducted here under a backdrop of Roman ruins and terraced citrus gardens.

Getting here can be tricky for those inexperienced with driving on Italian roads. I would highly recommend catching the SITA bus for €2.70 or the open top tour bus for €5 from the Amalfi bus stop near the main piazza and harbour.

The drivers are excellent at navigating the winding mountain roads and you won't have to worry about parking. Bus services are frequent enough half hourly until about 10pm when they stop.

The highlight of Ravello would have to be Villa Rufolo and Villa Cimbrone Gardens for the scenery. These gardens are absolutely stunning and will make you feel as if you have been transported to a palace in ancient Rome.

The food and drinks around the area attract tourist prices but the quality of food was excellent.

Overall Ravello proved to be an unforgettable experience and I would highly recommend anyone touring the Amalfi area to stop off for at least a few hours at this paradise hidden in the mountains.
Written October 16, 2016
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Alexandra T
Murrieta, CA1,865 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2016 • Couples
We visited Ravello on our last day in Amalfi. The road leading up to the town is very winding and narrow. At one point there is not enough room for two cars and they stop traffic and take turns. The town is quite walkable with a main square and many small streets. We noticed that trucks can't make it through a lot of these streets, so the merchandise is transferred to smaller carts. The steps on one half of a street has been filled in to make a ramp to accommodate these carts and wheelchairs. They are also roughened and graded so they don't become slippery when wet. This is just one of the ways ancient small towns like Ravello have changed to keep up with the times.
There is a huge music festival here every summer that draws artists from all over the world. We were not able to stay for any performances but we noticed that Ravello has a very active arts council. This is a very beautiful little town and I would highly recommend a visit.
Written July 21, 2016
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IvarLine
Firenze102 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2015 • Couples
If you are going to the Amalfi coast you have to drive. These fantastic, but narrow roads through Positano, Sorrento and up to Ravello. Breathtaking view and maybe some of the most beautiful places in Italy
Written March 29, 2016
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midask17
Brisbane, Australia51 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Sep 2014 • Family
This was on my Italian Bucket list and it did not disappoint. The views are spectacular and the grounds of the villas wonderful. To top it off we had a great meal in an unassuming restaurant slightly off the central plaza. A trip to Ravello should be high on everyone's list.
Written November 12, 2014
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Della C
Pontardawe, UK50 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2019
The whole town of Ravello, with it's vllas and winding streets, is a wonderful place to lose yourself and fully enjoy the special experience of being in the Amalfi area.
Written August 30, 2019
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