Villa Cimbrone GardensCurrently Closed
- Address: Via Santa Chiara, 26, 84010 Ravello SA, Italy
- Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-089857459
- Ticket Price: 7 EUR
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
Villa Cimbrone Gardens - Review
An old farmhouse turned into a magnificent palace is one of the top attractions in Ravello. This place got its transformation with the initiatives taken by Lord Grimthorpe around 20th century. Apart from the villa, presently a luxury hotel, the gardens around it are talk of the town and are frequented by locals and visitors alike.
Well-manicured garden is adorned with various colorful flowers, beautiful sculptures and a couple of lookout points with provide the visitors with the exceptional view of the city and boundless sea. Gardens also play host to various events throughout the year like weddings or a private event. And they are open to public all days of the year.
Villa Cimbrone Gardens Information
- Don’t forget to take your camera along as the views from the garden terrace are breath-taking.
Villa Cimbrone Gardens Ticket Prices
- Discounts are available for group visits and for visitors under 12 years of age. Visitors can also book a guided tour. Call at +39 089 857459.
How To reach Villa Cimbrone Gardens by Public Transport
- Can be explored on foot.
Restaurants Near Villa Cimbrone Gardens
- Ristorante Pizzeria Vittoria
- A Paranza
- Da Salvatore
- Cumpa Cosimo
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Things to Know Before Visiting Villa Cimbrone Gardens
95% of people who visit Ravello include Villa Cimbrone Gardens in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
55.62% of people start their Villa Cimbrone Gardens visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 1 Hr to see Villa Cimbrone Gardens
78.95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Villa Cimbrone Gardens
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Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Ravello Reviews
We didn’t stay at this villa but did a day visit. The place is stunning. The garden is well maintained, the architecture is impressive and the views are stunning. The terrace may look familiar to you as it has been used as movie locations many times. Definitely worth visiting if you look for a leisure slow place day in Ravello.
Absolutely amazing. Wonderful service, incredible food, all served in the most stunningly beautiful atmosphere one could ask for. An absolutely perfect dinner that simply cannot be topped.
If you have time to visit Ravello while you're on the Amalfi Coast, you have to go to Villa Cimbrone. It has an amazing view of the ocean and the coastline. Not to mention the beautiful garden you can walk through too. We went in May when it was still beautiful, but certain flowers like the rose garden were not yet in bloom. There is a hotel there too, but you do not have to be a guest to walk around the most beautiful parts of the villa. The entrance fee is €7 per person, so if you have time and the money, it's a must-see location.
Ravello is quite possibly the most beautiful place I have been to and one of my favourite stops is for lunch at the Villa Cimbrone. The views are spectacular, the food good, the staff friendly. The walk out here is lovely and so is the walk around the famous gardens. The hotel looks like a great spot for a tranquil treat.
This Villa has the most amazing garden & views. First visit 6 years ago so was a little apprehensive that the memory might be better then reality. But was not disappointed still a stunning sight