Pagliarulo Complex by

Via Marmorata 15, Ravello, Amalfi Coast, Campania, 84010, Italy | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Via Marmorata 15, Ravello, is near Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Villa Rufolo, Mamma Agata - Cooking Class, and Duomo.
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    Travel Blogs from Ravello

    Wednesday June 4th: Ravello, Amalfi, Positano,

    A travel blog entry by mortimer-travel on Jun 04, 2014

    22 photos

    ... He finished at 1pm so we had to pay him but we could sit for as long as we liked.

    Amalfi Coast - Between xyz and abc. I couldn't write notes as the road was a bit too windy to write notes.
    - These roads were made before engines had been invented let alone when buses were designed!

    The beach in Positano - It was worth the walk down the steps and as an added bonus I found a toilet I could use which was free.


    Pompeii & Revello

    A travel blog entry by madcats359 on Oct 04, 2013

    46 photos

    ... mostly destroyed and buried under 4 to 6 m (13 to 20 ft) of ash and pumice in the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 AD. Researchers believe that the town was founded in the seventh or sixth century BC and was captured by the Romans in 80 BC. By the time of its destruction, 160 years later, its population was probably approximately 20,000. The eruption was cataclysmic for the town. The site was lost for about 1500 years until its ...

    Ravello Calls Again

    A travel blog entry by journey_team on Apr 17, 2013

    1 comment, 22 photos

    ... with the beauty and bought the place. Earnest William Beckett, Lord Grimthorpe set about restoring the Villa to grandeur and adding English gardens. The villa is now hotel, but most of the grounds are open as a park. Several nice areas with statutes of Mercury, Ceres, Bacchus, Eve, David & Goliath. The Temple of Bacchas has a nice view and is very peaceful as intended by the Lord Grimthorpe, as it became his final resting place. The prime area to see is the Terrace of Infinity, ...

    A charming town on the side of a mountain

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

    1 comment, 18 photos

    ... was discovered at the end of the 19th century by an English traveler, Ernest William Beckett, Lord Grimthorpe. He bought it in 1904 and brought it back to life in a happy combination of English and Italian landscaped gardens with fountains, nymphs, temples and statues. It sits atop a steep rocky mountain overlooking the coast. The annual Ravello Festival is coming to an end here, but there are still musicians and orchestras scheduled to play in different areas, ...

    Naples, Pompeii and Sorrento

    A travel blog entry by novaceks on Jun 04, 2012

    19 photos

    ... spots such as the Victory Square, and the 1km long public gardens which are populated by many statues. The original statues, created in the 1800’s, are now housed in the Museum of Naples. The city is also constructed on volcanic stone, which is not surprising since it is Mount Vesuvius that overlooks the city of Naples, and the nearby ancient city of Pompeii.

    Originally Mount Vesuvius was a single peaked volcano, until ...