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All reviews capri town roman emperor uphill walk interesting ruins paved path lovely walk audio guide stunning views the cliff mountain goats worth the climb follow the signs sorrentine peninsula bring water entrance fee ticket office the main square
It takes stamina to walk up to Villa Jovis but it is worth the climb. It takes about an hour and twenty minutes from the Piazetta to walk the path almost straight up to the ruins but once you are there the views in all...More
A 50 minute walk from the centre of town up-hill to Villa Jovis, but well worth it. The houses all have beautiful gardens and so it is rather like a walk in a botanical garden, lush, green and colourful. We happened to be there the...More
We made the 45mins trek up to Villa Jovis whilst staying on Capri and it was a great place to explore. The ruins are interesting to walk round and the clifftop church offers wonderful panoramic views. It was a little disappointing that there is no...More
The views are excellent but are bettered by those in the park to your right on the way up. There is basically no historical information of any value at the villa which came as a disappointment. There may have been guidebooks but they weren't offered...More
Consider skipping Anacapri and the Blue Grotto and take a more serene (though difficult for those not accustomed to a bit of hiking) walk to ruins where Tiberius spent a number of years in the 1st century AD. You will be away from most of...More
I walked here on a Saturday morning. It's about a mile and a half from Piazza Umberto, all uphill. The walk seems to deter visitors; I asked the fellow who sold me the ticket and he said they get only a few hundred or so...More
Walked from the port up to Villa Jovis. It can be a maze of alley ways if you don't know your way. There were a few people on the way up asking directions. It was a climb up inclined pathways and steps. It's a great...More
The walk up took us (couple in our 70s) a lot longer than 45 minutes. But it is pleasant and truly not too steep. I have a hip replacement and my husband has arthritis in both knees, but we made it! Plenty of places to...More
It is quite a trek up to the Villa Jovis. Take the walk up to burn of a few calories. 6 Euro entrance. To be honest the information available is practically non existent unlike many sites that have notice boards with a lot of history...More
Mostly without cars but on occasion on the way up, it's a mix of sidewalks and streets. And as you'll find out, some large sidewalks are actually roads for tiny cars and motorcycles. Having said that, we saw maybe 5 cars and... More
Mostly without cars but on occasion on the way up, it's a mix of sidewalks and streets. And as you'll find out, some large sidewalks are actually roads for tiny cars and motorcycles. Having said that, we saw maybe 5 cars and 25 people on our walk from the edge of town upward. It's peaceful.