Passengers will enjoy a beautiful and panoramic drive, up from the harbour in Amalfi to Ravello, one of the most famous and popular locations on the Amalfi coast. As you enter the main square, you will see the “Duomo“. The very linear facade conserves from the original Romanesque outline three “oculi” and the “window” with two lights above the entrance portal, decorated with a classical marble cornice, it has a valuable bronze door made in 1179 by Barissano da Trani. On the right-hand side of the church, you will find the bell tower, built in the 13th century. When the “Duomo” is open guests will be able to take a peep inside at the majestic marble pulpit, richly cased with mosaics friezes and columns, supported by six slim spiral posts resting on marble lions. Guests will visit Villa Rufolo, a spectacular complex formed by the main “palazzo”, built in the second half of the 13th century, and various buildings in Arabian-Sicilian style on a wide terrace facing the gulf. After entering the smaller 14th-century tower, guests will continue along a small avenue flanked by cypresses and then reach the Moorish courtyard, decorated with friezes and arabesques, in front of the palazzo, which can only be visited in part. Having passed the knights room, the picturesque “Belvedere” opens up, a luxurious garden with pines cypresses and exotic plants. From here it is possible to descend to the lower terrace, also bright with flowers and exotic plants. The spectacular nature of the gardens particularly struck Richard Wagner and saw in them the materialisation of the magic garden or Klingsor in his Parsifal. Some free time will be given to browse and shop around, among the incredibly friendly inhabitants of Ravello. You are advised to have a taste of the local wine, one of the best produced in the region, thanks to the optimal climate conditions.