Amalfi Coast - Ravello at the Amalfi Coast: The Unesco City of Music

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Ravello at the Amalfi Coast: The Unesco City of Music

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About the tour

I am ready to take all of you to one of my favorite small town of the stunning Amalfi Coast: Ravello. Overlooking the Amalfi Coast, Ravello is the city of music, a medieval village full of winding cobblestone streets, lush gardens, and breathtaking views of the Mediterranean. Ravello is the ideal location for those wishing to relax in the form of delicious seafood meals and luxurious lodgings with restorative sea views. Decreed a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1996, it represents today one of the most famous Italian destinations of international tourism for lovers of beautiful architecture, but also, and above all, the soul place for intellectuals and lovers of art and culture. The beautiful terraces of Villa Rufolo and Cimbrone, from which you can admire a breathtaking view, enchanted for example Wagner, in whose honor it takes place the International Festival of Music, which made Ravello, the city of music on the Amalfi Coast. Under the Marine Republic of Amalfi, Ravello had its social, economic and commercial greatest splendor and became the residence of renowned aristocratic families. Today Ravello is always animated by an intense cultural activity, boasting of an events calendar of shows, exhibitions, concerts, and that involves the city, the local people, lovers and occasional visitors from late spring to summer and then continues to the end December. I will combine local cults, culture, architecture, art and archaeology!

Meet Raffaele- Archaeologist

Raffaele- Archaeologist

Raffaele is a Neapolitan Archaeologist with 13 years of field experience and he's an Official Tour Guide of the Region Campania. He has a BA in Archaeology, a master in Classical Archaeology and a Ph.D in Archeological Heritage. Also he works on archeological excavations in Naples and in March 2021 he discovered a roman villa built outside the ancient Pompeii. Since he was a child, he has always loved the ancient history of Greece and Rome as well as art from the Middle Ages to the 20th (1900s). His company Grand Tour Experience ( runs tours and experiences through all Italy and organizes incentive travels or private events at uncommon and prestigious locations.- The municipality of City of Pompeii has awarded us the Prize for great and honorable guide and we are proud of it! (Oct 2019)- In September 2019 the Nobel Prize for Medicine 2011 Dr. B. Beutler was with us for a tour of Pompeii. He loves to meet new people!

What to expect

Get ready for something special. We’re travelling to Amalfi Coast with no passport, no plane ticket and no luggage. And yet you’ll experience all the sights, sounds and stories with just your laptop, favorite snack and an amazing content creator.

The tour will last about 45 mins and will be live-streamed by your content creator directly from Amalfi Coast. Forget about slideshows or pre-recorded videos, this is a live broadcast and anything can happen!

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