Ravello 2 hours Walking Tour

Ravello 2 hours Walking Tour
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$229.41
Duration: 2 hours
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Description

Ravello is one of the most enchanting places of the Amalfi Coast, dream destination of  intellectuals, artists and musicians of XIX century. It is here that Wagner composed the second act of the Parsifal...
The medieval town is set 365 meters above the Tyrrhenian Sea. You' ll visit the beautiful Villas located in the town such as Villa Rufolo, where every year takes place the international " Ravello Festival", and Villa Cimbrone which is famous for its scenic belvedere named the infinitive Terrace
The Nobel prize winner for literature Andre Gide said: "Ravello is closer to the sky than it is far from the shore"...

In Ravello you can enjoy the most enchanting views of the Amalfi Coast, as you are on a suspended terrace between the cobalt blue Tyrrhenian Sea and the Lattari Mountains. You’ll visit the Cathedral of Saint Pantaleone and, through the splendid access tower, you’ll enter in Villa Rufolo, a wonderful medieval site adorned with enchanting gardens.

You don't want to miss the famous Villa Cimbrone with its romantic gardens and the celebrated terrace of the Infinitive; it is here that in 1938 Greta Garbo and the composer Leopold Stokowski spent wonderful days of love...

Itinerary:
- Meet the guide at Piazza Duomo in Ravello
- Visit of the Cathedral of Saint Poantaleo
- Visit of Villa Rufolo and its gardens
- Visit of Villa Cimbrone and its gardens

Ravello is one of the most enchanting places of the Amalfi Coast, dream destination of  intellectuals, artists and musicians of XIX century. It is here that Wagner composed the second act of the Parsifal...
The medieval town is set 365 meters above the Tyrrhenian Sea. You' ll visit the beautiful Villas located in the town such as Villa Rufolo, where every year takes place the international " Ravello Festival", and Villa Cimbrone which is famous for its scenic belvedere named the infinitive Terrace
The Nobel prize winner for literature Andre Gide said: "Ravello is closer to the sky than it is far from the shore"...