Rope Street (Strada Sforii) Tours

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Reputedly the narrowest street in Europe and certainly the narrowest in Romania, Rope Street (Strada Sforii) connects Cerbului with Poarta Schei in Braşov’s Old Town. It is 262.5 feet (80 meters) long and just 3.5 to 4.5 feet (1.10–1.35 meters) wide, making it almost impossible for two people to pass each other. It has its origins somewhere around the beginnings of the 17th century and may have been built for access by firefighters into the Old Town. Renovated in 2003, Strada Sforii is signposted from both ends and bears a plaque declaring its dimensions; it’s a favorite photo spot for travelers to the city.

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Strada Sforii. Open 24/7 with no admission charges.
Address: Strada Sforii, Brasov, Romania
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Brasov Old Town Small-Group Walking Tour

Get an introduction to Braşov Old Town with this 2-hour walking tour. Wander down Easten Europe’s narrowest alleyway, see the candy-colored houses of Piata Sfatului Square and get up close to St Nicholas Church, the Black Church and other notable sights. As you stroll, learn about Braşov’s history — from the Middle Ages through to present day — and receive the personalized attention of the guide. Numbers limited to 10 participants on this small-group tour.
  • Duration: 2 hours
$11.51 USD
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  • Duration: 2 hours
$11.51 USD

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