Ravello, located at the top of the Dragone Valley, really seems as though it is a town, and a garden, at the same time. Thousands of years of history, an enchanting mountaintop setting on Italy’s most beautiful coastline and views together with examples of traditional architecture that have captivated countless souls, inspired artists and filled hearts with passion.

Some famous artists who have visited Ravello are, Boccaccio, and Wagner, as well as many others.

Ravello has been named the City of Music and is home to the Villa Cimbrone, Villa Rufolo, the striking Oscar Niemeyer Auditorium and a vibrant cultural scene: Ravello Festival, Ravello Concert Society.






"It's not the perfect angle that attracts me, and not even the straight, hard, inflexible man‐made one. What really attracts me is the free and sensual curve. The curve that represents the meeting of the mountains of my homeland, the figure of a beautiful woman, the clouds of the sky and the waves of the sea. The same curves which create the Universe. The curved Universe of Einstein." (Oscar Niemeyer).










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