Villa RufoloCurrently Closed
- Address: Piazza Duomo, 84010 Ravello SA, Italy
- Timings: 09:00 am - 08:00 pm Details
- Phone: +39-089857621
- Ticket Price: 5 EUR
- Time Required: 00:30 Mins
- Tags: Art And Culture, View Point, Family And Kids
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!
- Group visit (15 people and above) - € 4
- Children (under 14 years of age) and seniors (over 65 years of age) - € 3
- Bus 511002, 511003, 511006 and 511008 to Ravello Station
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95% of people who visit Ravello include Villa Rufolo in their plan
09 AM - 10 AM
35.23% of people start their Villa Rufolo visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Villa Rufolo
63.95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Villa Rufolo
Super experience made even more special by the carefully selected music playing in the background. An excellent film showing the life of the Villa from 1932 can be viewed at leisure . Some wonderful images. Gardens very well presented and the most outstanding views over Salerno Bay. A must see venue at the reasonable admission fee of €7. Highly recommend a visit
I would totally recommend to visit this villa! It’s ~10min walking distance from the main city square through lovely narrow streets. We went there in the afternoon so it was quite quiet. The villa is well taken care off, gardens are lovely, and the views are spectacular. We spent approx. 1hour there with a short coffee brake, but would suggest to reserve more time to fully enjoy it.
The most magical place I've ever visited. It's the view over the sea from the gardens that is used in all the pictures promoting the Amalfi coast. It has been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember and it did not disappoint but excelled my expectations. The views, the gardens and the house are all exquisite. I hope to return very soon.
Beautiful scenery with a useful free program/map/guide they provide you at the entrance. Fee is only 7 euros and if you go before 5pm you can go up the tower for free. Highly recommend.
Villa Rufolo has a fantastic view, Garden and a museum. The museum located in the 30 meter high tower from around 1100 and oldest part of the current buildings. The current exhibition was great with videos on the wall filling out old ruin parts. The interior with its glass and metal stairs make the trip to the top enjoyable. At the top they have installed a glass only fence. Amazing. But it was not totally clean and should be better maintained. The height of the glass was too high. The garden and the surrounding trees are just stunning and give u an experience for life. Even Lonley planet print the view on their South Italy edition