(Closed) Ravello, Italy

posted 11 years ago in Travel
Post # 3
95 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: April 2008

You will have an AMAZING time.  Palazzo Sasso is gorgeous- we had dinner there at Rosselinis one night!  So delicious! Actually, I think it might have one or two Michelin stars. (We stayed next door at Hotel Caruso for 3 nights).  One night we went down to the town of Amalfi for dinner at La Caravella- I recommend.  Ravello is a quiet village we had fun just strolling through town, eating gelato, etc.  Visits to the Villas (Rufolo and Cimbrone) are great and I believe on some nights in summer Villa Rufolo has classical concerts in the gardens (we missed this).  We mostly ate lunch at our pool but on our last day there before heading out to Positano we had a charming casual lunch at Cumpo Cosimo.  Good food though a tiny bit touristy.  But still I would recommend…

We spent the rest of our honeymoon in Positano and Capri..so we weren’t there too long. But Ravello is definitely gorgeous, quiet and relaxing.

Post # 4
3162 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

I’ve been to the Amalfi coast (not that specific hotel though) and it’s SO gorgeous. This was a long time ago so I don’t remember any specifics but I highly recommend doing some shopping while you’re there. There are some amazing little shops hiding in those alleys!

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