Sunday, July 24, 2016


French poet André Gide marveled that Ravello is "nearer to the sky than to the shore," a fact that is stunningly demonstrated at theBelvedere of Infinity terrace at Villa Cimbrone. 
The former home of British Lord Grimthorpe, the villa is surrounded by maze-like gardens shaded by lush trees and wisteria-laden pergolas; explore on foot or by bike. 
The annual Ravello Festival continues the town's history of drawing artists, writers and musicians; a beloved tradition is the Concerto all’Alba (“dawn concert”), which starts at 5 a.m.

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