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Villas Rufolo and Cimbroni are the two must gardens to visit during your stay at Ravello.
Both gardens offer fantastic views and they are do not cost very much to get in. Depending on the time of season you are visiting, both gardens offer a...More
The views are stunning, the entrance fee is minimal and you could spend as long as you like here. Pic nics not allowed, which is a shame but perhaps a good thing as people can be very inconsiderate at some of the prime spots. The...More
The gardens are lovely, as are the views and we were fortunate to be visiting during the concert period. If you want the iconic Ravello photo of the tree, twin church towers and water, you must come here!
In my opinion, the gardens here are less impressive than at Cimbroni. Younger visitors might be attracted by the bell tower that provides views over the villa and gardens, but you don't really see any more from up there than you do generally in Ravello....More
Since we stayed in Ravello, it was just natural for us to consider to go to this place, and we were so happy with our decision to go there. While we already seen great views looking down the see from other places in Ravello (including...More
There is much made about how this villa has been restored but it doesn't look like they have done much, most of it is ruins, and much closed to the public. The tower has an awful glass stairwell that couldn't be less sympathetic to the...More
It's 3 euros. The view is amazing. The gardens are nice enough. If you are walking around Ravello, I don't see how you can really complain about the price/value equation. So go, take in the view, wander the gardens a little. Worth it.
The magnificence of this Chateau and gardens on the backdrop of one of the most magnificent views over the Tyrrhenian Sea ( Mediterrean) can surely make up for any downside in the standard of gardening. Not all gardens need to be in pristine shape, as,...More