Ravello is one of the villages in the Amalfi Coast that was not built by the sea, and yet it enjoys an enchanting panoramic view of the most beautiful coast of Italy, the Tyrrhenian Sea and the Gulf of Salerno. There are still many stories to discover along its medieval streets, its villas and their gardens and its ancient stone footpaths.

Ravello has been named the city of music and is home to the Ravello Festival and the impressive Oscar Niemeyer Auditorium.

Made a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, today Ravello represents one of the most famous Italian destinations for international tourists and enthusiasts of architectural beauties, and above all, an authentic place for the soul of intellectuals and fans of art and culture.

The gorgeous terraces of Villa Rufolo and Cimbrone allow one to admire the unparalleled panorama that enchanted Wagner, in honor of whom the International Music Festival was born here and made Ravello famous all over the world.

Today Ravello is always animated by intense cultural activities, boasting a calendar of events, shows and concerts involving the whole town, residents, enthusiasts and casual visitors from the late spring-summer season on until the end of December.