Il Ducato Di Ravello

Address: Piazza Duomo Rampe B. Gambardella, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on Piazza Duomo Rampe B. Gambardella, Ravello, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Duomo.
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Travel Blogs from Ravello

A day out on the Amalfi Coast

A travel blog entry by waynelucas on Jun 04, 2014

6 photos

After a night in a room with windows all at peace, then down for a breakfast fit for a king and queen. Is Don is good. We catch the courtesy transport into Amalfi, we are about five minutes on between it and Minori. The girls see dress shops so we leave them to it whilst we check out the lay of the land down at the harbour. I caught a great pic when one of the multi million floating palaces was heading out of the harbour, a lone figure on ...

Amalfi and Ravello

A travel blog entry by dseals on Sep 18, 2013

5 comments, 78 photos

... and lots of touristy shops around the town square. Legend has it that the Greek demigod Hercules built this coastal town above the place where he buried Melphe, the nymph whom he loved. In 830 CE, Amalfi became one of Italy's 4 Maritime Republics, and which helped transform it into a wealthy trade center. As the town gained notoriety, it became a target for pirates and many locals were forced to vacate their homes. It ...

Ravello Calls Again

A travel blog entry by journey_team on Apr 17, 2013

1 comment, 22 photos

... on another adventure. If we thought it was like a roller coaster riding the bus in the day, at night, it truly is. Before heading down the mountain, it first makes a run higher to Scala on the other side of the valley, where the streets gets even more narrow. Once back on track to Amalfi, we feel better. Just miss our connector, so we walk around for 45 minutes and then get on the last bus (10pm), with only 3 other riders, in the direction of Salerno. Back home, a glass of wine, ...

A charming town on the side of a mountain

A travel blog entry by aj.delacova on Aug 31, 2012

1 comment, 18 photos

... I left the ristorante and arrived back in the piazza. As usual, the tourists and locals were all sitting around chatting and having drinks at the local square caffes. I stopped at Bar Klingsor for some gelati and winded up sitting with one of the owners and his brother, Guiseppe and Mauro. And a few other locals. We chatted and had some vino. We then all went to a local bar down the road for some really good grappa. This grappa is not the stuff you find in the ...

End of the Rally

A travel blog entry by pwassell on Aug 27, 2012

1 photo

... explained through the medium of mine and hand gestures which they seemed to get. They showed us two places on the map but strongly recommended we don't enter those neighbourhoods, not without a lot of people to escort us. They said they could ring a company to come and get it. This was ideal. Surprisingly a short time later a tow truck arrived and Carrie the Carina was loaded ready to be crushed tomorrow. Shame it wasn't ...