Ravello perches 365 metres up on the Amalfi Coast, looking out over the Tyrrhenian Sea. The resort town has sparked a lot of creativity throughout its history, inspiring Richard Wagner, D. H. Lawrence and plenty of writers, musicians and artists with its stunning scenery and stylish cafés.

    Just as the town has influenced a lot of people, Ravello has also been influenced by a lot of people. The Cathedral of Ravello combines baroque and Romanesque styles while the Villa Rufolo is distinctly Moorish in design. Try to time your visit with the Ravello Festival to see the town at its most lively.

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