Ravello is a small and relatively level city, which means you can walk most of it without having to go up or down a ridiculous amount of steps. But there are a few parts of the city that are worth the hike up or down the steps or the steep, curving road. The city is full of beautiful surprises! One day while out exploring, I happened across what surely is the most evocative door I have ever seen. This is the entrance to the Hotel Parsifal, which leads to a terrace with one of Ravello’s justly famous views of the Amalfi Coast. A door like this just begs you to go in!
Anne in Oxfordshire says
Wow what a stunning door way…just look at what is enticing you to enter..fabulous 🙂
Scintilla @ Bell'Avventura says
That would be a nice place to stop for a long coffee.
Chef Chuck says
I totally agree Laura ! Beautiful!
Ciao Anne! Yes… I had trouble pulling myself away from that doorway! 🙂
Ciao Scintilla! Great idea! This summer perhaps??
Ciao Chuck! Grazie!
Two years ago I came down to the Amalfi Coast for just a few hours (we use to spend time in Terracina). I remember we had dinner in Ravello, out on a terrace while light faded. I wil never forget the night.
Ciao Britt! Thank you for leaving a comment and introducing me your your fabulous blogs! And thank you for featuring Ciao Amalfi as a Blog of the Week on Britt-Arnhild’s House in the Woods. You are very sweet! The views from Ravello in the evening light are dramatic and certainly unforgettable. I am always so pleased to hear when people enjoy beautiful moments here. I hope you can come back by this way again!