Ravello has been named City of Music and is home to Villa Cimbrone, Villa Rufolo, the stunning Oscar Niemeyer Auditorium and a vibrant cultural scene: the Ravello Festival, the Ravello Concert Society.
Thousands of years of history, a charming mountain setting on Italy’s most beautiful coast and views that have captivated countless souls, inspired artists and passionate hearts, but this is only the beginning of what you will find in this charming village on the Amalfi Coast.
The 3 Best Hotels to stay in Ravello
1.Belmond Hotel Caruso ⭐ ⭐ ⭐
Exquisite hotel in an 11th century palace with an infinity pool overlooking the sea, complimentary breakfast, several dining options including a piano bar, an outdoor gym and first class concierge service.Located a 5 minute walk (400m) from Villa Rufolo, rooms feature ocean or city views and antique frescoes on the walls, and complimentary boat tours are available in season.
2.Hotel Parsifal ⭐ ⭐
The former convent on the hill has been converted into a boutique hotel with an on-site restaurant and bar and a free buffet breakfast every day.all rooms have private bathrooms, some rooms have balconies overlooking the Amalfi coast and Villa Rufolo (650 m, 9 minutes walk), restaurants and cafes are 10 minutes walk away (1 km).
3.Villa Casale Residence ⭐⭐
This establishment, located a few steps from Villa Rufolo (130m, 2 minutes walk) and Ravello Cathedral (110m, 2 minutes walk), has an outdoor swimming pool and panoramic views of the Amalfi coast.The apartment type rooms include a full kitchen, private bathroom and balconies or patios.
What to do in Ravello
3 things to do in Ravello
The most beautiful and spectacular views of Ravello:
A must see in Ravello is the cathedral in piazza del Vescovado, built in 1087 and which houses one of the most important bronze doors in Italy as well as a splendid marble portal with three arches.