Save 25% purchasing the Pass to the most important historical sites of Amalfi & Ravello: Amalfi Arsenal Museum, Paper Mill Museum, Villa Cimbrone Gardens, Museum of Ravello Cathedral, Archaeological site of the Trinity Convent. Bring your ticket and receive a 7-day 10% discount at selected shops and restaurants. You can buy the ART Pass (€15.00) in Amalfi at Divina Costiera Travel Agency and Altra Costiera Travel Agency and in Ravello, at the Cathedral Museum, at the Archaeological site of the Trinity Convent and at the Tobacco shop in the main square.
Highlight:Ravello Tales Award 2018
When Giuseppe met Jackie by Lesley Synge is the winner of 2018 Ravello Tales Award
It’s August 1962 – the summer that Jackie Kennedy famously takes a vacation in Ravello. Also visiting the medieval village are the reclusive cousins of Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, the famous novelist of Il Gattopardo, from Sicily. The three aristocrats – poet Lucio, botanist Giovanna and photographer Casimiro – are here because Lucio Piccolo di Calanovella has received a commission to translate ‘The Story of a Panic’ by English novelist EM Forster...
Highlight:A Handbook for Travellers
An (almost) exhaustive handbook for travellers in the town and its surroundings
This is an update of the guide the Scottish botanist Sir Nevile Reid wrote during the years he spent in Ravello. Reid’s style is fresh and fascinating: he is like a traveller who is moved by every step he takes. We are sure this will be the case for the readers who will be able to find in this guide the traces to follow to discover a larger and more multicoloured territory than they could ever imagine at first sight.
Published in collaboration with European University Centre for Cultural Heritage
Enjoy the cozy and intimate atmoshere of chamber music performances in some of the most characteristic venues in Ravello.
Next events:Ravello Tales Literary Prize – 2019
promoted by the European University Centre for Cultural Heritage and the Consorzio Ravello Sense, for unpublished short narratives inspired by the history, events, characters or places of Ravello. Closing date for entries is 15th November 2019 =>> Terms and conditions.
Highlight:Ravello Tales Award 2017
The Fire Salamander by Lara Phillips is the winner of 2017 Ravello Tales Award.
It is an oppressive hot summer’s day in Ravello with the fires on the mountains and in the nearby towns in the background. From the multi-coloured swarming crowd of tourists and inhabitants of the town some voices and characters stand out: Margaret, a young British widow, is chasing her literary ghosts, writing in a notebook a possible plot of a possible tale that will never be published...