Ravello is now famous all over the world for being a city of art, always open to shows and cultural events that in this area find the perfect frame. The Infinity Terrace in Villa Cimbrone inspired many artists, from Escher to Wagner, from Toscanini to Mir, from Lawrence to Wolf. The eye looks at the horizon and at the sea, hundreds of metres below; to those who have the fortune to be there, it will really seem like flying. In the same villa you can find also a magnificent Victorian garden, with rare plants and trees, small temples, fountains and statues.
Amalfi was founded as one of the Maritime Republics, the oldest one of the four. Its history is linked to the wealth coming from trade along the coast with ships arriving from all over the Mediterranean Sea. A land of traders and inventors (let's think of Flavio Gioia, to whom we owe the compass invention). Traces of the past can be seen at each corner, in each alley, reaching the Duomo with its steps, the ancient arsenals and the ruins of the paper mills (still today we speak about the Amalfi paper).
Positano is famous all over the world for its fashion and the architectural style of the town, called also 'the vertical town' as its building are one close to the other creating a labyrinth of alleys where it is a pleasure to get lost among colors and scents. The heart of Positano is Spiaggia Grande, 300 metres long beach. It is one of the largest and most popular beaches on the coast, with many actors, artists and VIPs. Many events take place in this extraordinary landscape, from performances to shows and food and wine festivals with the best local products.