The town on the hill: Ravello
The Amalfi Coast has turn into one particular of Italy’s most common tourist destinations more than the previous handful of years, even though it has usually been a common decision for Italians venturing to the coast for the summer time months. International guests have swamped the likes of Positano and Capri, even so there is a great deal additional to the Amalfi Coast beyond these two hot spots (scenic as they are), beginning with one particular of our favourite spots: Ravello.
Ravello is situated on the top rated of a hill, overlooking the Amalfi Coast. Though it may well not have the added bonus of getting a brief stroll to the beach, Ravello definitely holds some of the most effective views on the coast. So scenic in reality, that the town gained UNESCO Globe Heritage status in 1997.
Producing the Most of Ravello
Simply because of its tiny nature, numerous travellers check out Ravello on a day trip from nearby towns like Positano or Sorrento. A terrific way to venture along the coast line and in to the hills is by vespa which can be rented from either of these towns.
There are numerous issues to see in Ravello but if you only have an afternoon to do so, it is probable to see anything in a handful of hours and catch a sunset atop the hill.
Duomo di Ravello – situated at the centre of Ravello facing the primary square.
Villa Rufolo – featuring an unbelievable garden with views that are tough to beat.
Villa Cimbrone – a 5 star hotel that is frequently regarded as one particular of the most prestigious on the coastline.
Babel wine bar – a terrific tiny wine bar with tapas style eats.
L’antica Cartiera – an upscale restaurant with sweeping views of the Amalfi coast.