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Mini Market (400 meters from the apartment, with stairs)
Market Despar (3.7 km from the apartment. By car)
A small terrace, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, two showers and four beds
accommodation and pleasant daily walks
(to get an idea of the distance from the apartment to the center of Ravello , in this last picture taken from the Auditorium of Oscar Niemeyer , in the upper right corner you see the profile of the " Tower of the Dream " )
A small terrace to ... 'dream' in the center of the Amalfi coast
Welcome to the Torre del Sogno website.
The terrace ... 'Dream' is open all year round
TORRE DEL SOGNO HISTORY
How to reach 'Torre del Sogno' from GOOGLE map: shorturl.at/alSU4
POSSIBLE ROUTES IN RAVELLO
To live more intensely and pleasantly while staying in Ravello in the Torre del Sogno holiday home, the "Ravello Map & Walking" map is present in the apartment: a map of Ravello with interesting historical-cultural information of the town and a description of the various possible walks/ excursions to Ravello and surroundings with their precise itinerary.
as reported by an article on the online portal of the Amalfi Coast: Vescovado
" in Ravello the charm of the Torre del Sogno
This is the place dedicated to ecstasy. Here you certainly don't need to take refuge in your imagination when you have Heaven at your feet.Among the architectural peculiarities of Ravello capable of arousing wonder, in addition to the most famous and photographed artistic-monumental heritage, there are "minor" but no less significant expressions. The "Torre del Sogno", located at the far end, has always generated curiosity and charm. of the town of Via San Martino. Its atypical battlements immediately capture the attention, dragging the thought into a fantastic and timeless dimension. "
Friends, acquaintances and illustrious guests of my grandfather, future rulers and heads of state appeared from that tower, built in 1924: from Umberto II di Savoia (was Prince of Piedmont from 1904 to 1946, Lieutenant General of the Kingdom of Italy from 1944 to 1946 and last King of Italy from 9 May 1946 to 18 June of the same year), whose signature is reported in the visitor's book of the Benigno house kept at the Avolio Foundation in Rome, to a young Giorgio Napolitano with his wife Clio, guest of my aunt Dr. Elisa Benigno and her husband honorable Giuseppe Avolio, son-in-law of Achille Benigno, former president of the Chamber of Deputies and future President of the Italian Republic.