The 9 Most Hands-Down, Drop-Dead Gorgeous Photogenic Places In Italy


We don’t throw around the word “resplendent” casually, but the views from this altitudinous (we don’t throw that word around a lot either) Amalfi Coast enclave are just that. The winding, cobbled streets of town are worth a trip alone, but you simply can’t beat the scene at Villa Rufolo, Ravello’s pièce de résistance. This lovingly tended 13th-century villa boasts a gorgeous chapel, unique Arabic-influenced architecture and, best of all, a lush, colorful garden jutting out over the Mediterranean. Between the fragrant blooms and 360-degree views of the sea, it’s sensory overload in the best possible way. (Take as many selfies as you need. No judgement.)