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“Just do it”

Rope Street - Strada Sforii
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Private Trip to Dracula Castle and Brasov
Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

There are many places in the world with an alley as narrow as this, and much more attractive. But you just have to do it don't you.

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Reviewed 25 June 2018

This would have been just a mediocre narrow alleyway if not for the fact I was on a walking tour, and our immensely entertaining guide told us the significance of this pathway.

It was used as a short cut to from the main street to the back lanes. It was especially useful for the firemen, so that they could reach the back lanes on time to put out a fire.

What is amusing is the fact that some couples like to have their wedding photos taken in this alley - one of the narrowest in Europe. It would cause a congestion, as passers-by would have to edge around/over big wedding gowns (with can can hoops!) to get through to the other side!

Thank fickle_flower
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Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

Rope Street is fun visit for everyone, kids of all ages and such. Slightly wider than 3 feet (a meter) it connects two parallel streets. Unfortunately the grafitti and wall scriblings of all kinds are taking over the beauty of this little street. Nevertheless, not to be missed. Check also the gorgeous Beth Israel Synagogue nearby.

Thank Dimitri L
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Reviewed 13 June 2018

it is one of the narrowest streets in Europe at 1.2 meters wide. There is a street in Amsterdam, that I have been to multiple times, that is much more narrow than Strada Sforii. I liked reading the walls. They were covered with thoughts from people around the world. There is a very small street sign on the main road directing you through a tunnel to the narrow lane.

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Reviewed 13 June 2018 via mobile

The information on the Rope street, calling it a street is a little misleading. Firefighters used it, no wagon could get down it, so maybe a passageway is a better term for it. Walk it fast, as the day we went it was full of trash. Maybe they clean it on other days, but not that day.

Thank Stephanie C
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