Ravello

Is a town and comune situated above the Amalfi Coast in the province of Salerno, Campania, southern Italy, with approximately 2,500 inhabitants. Its scenic location makes it a popular tourist destination, and earned it a listing as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997.

Villa Rufolo (1270), built by Nicola Rufolo, one of the richest Patricians of Ravello, on a ledge and it has become a famous attraction for thousands of visitors. The villa was mentioned by Giovanni Boccaccio in his Decameron and it is the place where Richard Wagner in 1880 was inspired for the stage design of his opera Parsifal.  Wikipedia

Video 1 – Strada Provinciale 1 to Duomo di Ravello, Piazza Duomo
Approximately 1.48 km – 0.92 miles

The walk starts in Strada Provinciale 1 – Via Giovanni Boccaccio – Piazza Duomo – Duomo di Ravello, Piazza Duomo

Video 2 – Via Richard Wagner to Piazza Fontana Moresca
Approximately 0,57 km – 0.35 miles

The walk starts in Via Richard Wagner – Gardini del Vescovo – Via Richard Wagner – Via S. Giovanni del Toro – Giardini Principessa di Piemonte – Via S. Giovanni del Toro – Chiesa di San Giovanni del Toro, Via S. Giovanni del Toro -Via Santa Margherita – Piazza Fontana Moresca

Video 3 – Villa Rufolo

Video 4 – Villa Rufolo to Villa Cimbrone
Approximately 0.62 km – 0.39 miles

The walk starts in Piazza Duomo – Via dei Rufolo – Via S. Francesco – Chiesa S.Francesco dei Frati Minori Conventuali, Via S. Francesco – Via S. Francesco – Via Santa Chiara – Villa Cimbrone

Video 5 – Villa Cimbrone