Villa Rufolo, Ravello
About Villa Rufolo, Ravello
Villa Rufolo, Ravello - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Piazza Duomo, 84010 Ravello SA, Italy
Ticket Price: 5 EUR
Time Required: 00:30 Mins
Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
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Villa Rufolo is the historical and cultural center of Ravello, which happens to be a small town in Italy. For lovers of art and architecture, this is a true paradise built in the 13th century. The beautiful Gardens of the Sea overlooking the coastline are sure to mesmerize one and all with their timeless beauty. A museum and church tower decorated with magnificent murals and paintings, are open to tourist to learn about the rich history of the place. A viewing platform provides a spectacular panoramic view to the entire town and the coastline. Throughout the year, there are a number of music concerts and art exhibitions that are held here and attended by thousands of enthusiasts. A must-see for all who visit the Amalfi!
Villa Rufolo Ticket Prices
- Group visit (15 people and above) - € 4
- Children (under 14 years of age) and seniors (over 65 years of age) - € 3
How To reach Villa Rufolo by Public Transport
- Bus 511002, 511003, 511006 and 511008 to Ravello Station
Restaurants Near Villa Rufolo
- Ristorante Sigilgaida
- Duomo Caffe Ravello Costa di Amalfi
- La Vecchia Cantina
- Figli di Papa
- Al Ristoro del Moro
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Villa Rufolo, Ravello Reviews - Write a Review
The only good thing is the view I have to be honest, I don't think it was worth the 5 Euro admission. I was there in the winter (in January) and everyone said it would be an amazing experience. While it was neat, and obviously the view is stunning - the view is stunning from the rest of the town too...so what's so special about this villa? Well, apparently there is a garden there. I didn't discover any gardens while touring this place. Wrong season? Perhaps. The other thing I noticed while there that I didn't like was that a lot of the sections were off limits do to maintenance. I didn't think that was right or fair considering you still have to pay full admission. The lady that I bought the ticket from though was very friendly, and there's a room they have dedicated to explaining the history with a slideshow of photos and film, sort of like a museum in a way. The grounds were nice, and I was there on a really beautiful day so it's not the fault of the weather - just didn't move me in any way. I would still recommend it if you happen to be in this quaint little village, as it might be worth seeing during the spring or summer. It's small though and I saw everything in less than 20 minutes.
We saw two weddings at the same day in this lovely place. Beautiful church just outside villa, after ceremony they went into villa and taking some photos. Great view from villa❤️
This place is a must see if you get to Ravello, in fact it is a must see if you are in the Amalfi Coast. The iconic photos with the tree and the two domes overlooking the ocean was taken here. Absolutely worth the 5 euro entrance fee. It amazes me that some people come to the Amalfi Coast and are too cheap to pay 5 euros to visit a place like this.
The views are beautiful! A bit too expensive but I guess that's just what the Amalfi Coast is. Anyway, would recommend!
Save your money its only 10€ to get in but you can get the views for free. Great place for concerts. Nice little walked city. Go find the lemoncello factory and sample. Or find one of the hidden restaurants get out of the Sun and enjoy some local wine.