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I think I would have given this place an extra star had the space not been overtaken by seating in the open courtyard for some entertainment. But the bones of the building were gorgeous and one can just close your eyes and imagine days gone...More
In Capri it is difficult to avoid the crowds on a summer day and if you want to enjoy the breathtaking views you will share it with many others. But not many seem to visit the Certosa which was a monastery built in a very...More
There is really nothing to see apart from lots of cement and some cheap art. Daring to charge an entrance fee but I guess the monastery needs the money. Walk to the entrance and then back to the garden of Augustus.
First recommendation buy the ticket combined with the Augustus Garden in the gardens and you will save 2 Euro. Second recommendation go to the garden in the back of the Abbey as it is so quiet and has great views. The rest of the complex...More
We walked here spur of the moment after looking at the posted Capri maps filled with attractions - they make it look gorgeous! It was expensive to enter - 6 euros per person and they failed to mention the gardens were closed for a private...More
It cost 6 euros and, honestly, even 1 euro would be too much. Completely boring buiidngs which have been restored with cement and concrete. If you like lots of terrible artwork, this is the place for you. Take the right-hand fork in the road and...More
Well worth a visit - really interesting warren of buildings and cloisters, with old frescos and modern art (we'd never heard of Diefenbach but very interesting); and make sure you find your way to the garden for the lovely coastal views.
This impressive structure, apparently the oldest on the island, built in the second half of the 14th century on a land donated to a local noble by the Queen of the Epoch, currently houses a secondary school (Liceo) and a museum that collects the works...More