This city is considered the “salotto” of the Amalfi Coast, the most beautiful terrace overlooking the sea and the sky in the world. Walking through its narrow streets, listening to the classical music of the Ravello Festival is a cure for all melancholy, come and discover it with us.
The church is dedicated to San Pantaleone, patron saint of Ravello and to Santa Maria Assunta and the bronze door of the entrance even comes from Constantinople and dates back to 1179.
Admission is free, during religious celebrations it is not possible to visit the church and clothing appropriate to a place of worship is recommended.
It is the Terrace on the Infinite of the Amalfi Coast and it is thanks to an English lord, William Beckett that we can admire this masterpiece: he bought the land and transformed it into a place that blends different styles and eras. The garden is strewn with rare plants and statues and fountains and small temples and everything culminates on the so-called Terrace of the Infinite, for a moving view.
It is open from 9 until sunset and the cost of the ticket is 7 euros
It is an ancient villa, dating back to the mid-1200s, and stands on three floors that reach the apex of beauty on the terrace overlooking the sea where the Wagnerian festival takes place every year, dedicated to the composer who was a guest in this villa in 1880. and who fell in love with it.
Open every day from 9 to 21 while the Museum Tower is open from 10 to 19 The cost of the ticket is 7 euros, reduced by 5 euros
Ravello is a city of culture, the “salotto” of the Amalfi Coast and this role is expressed every year thanks to the Festival that it also hosts within this majestic and at the same time delicate Auditorium created by Oscar Niemeyer. Access to the Auditorium terrace is free, while it is possible to enter the structure during organized events.