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The Narrowest Alley in Italy

Via Tanursi, 63038 Ripatransone, Italy
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It's narrow

That's basically all there is to say. The town of Ripatransone is worth a visit though. Beautiful... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
Hans B
via mobile

Worth the trip to squeeze into the narrowest street in Italy. Set in a gorgeous hill top hamlet... read more

Reviewed 3 November 2016
Douglas R
Tenterden, United Kingdom
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  • Average14%
  • Poor3%
  • Terrible1%
20 Aug 2017
“It's narrow”
2 Nov 2016
“Fun! ”
Via Tanursi, 63038 Ripatransone, Italy
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Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

That's basically all there is to say. The town of Ripatransone is worth a visit though. Beautiful medieval streets and a good portion of the old city walls are still virtually untouched.

Thank Hans B
Reviewed 3 November 2016 via mobile

Worth the trip to squeeze into the narrowest street in Italy. Set in a gorgeous hill top hamlet with incredible views over stunning scenery.

Thank Douglas R
Reviewed 10 August 2016 via mobile

Ok - what to say, it is a very narrow path between two houses in the very lovely historic town of Ripatransone. The town is well worth a visit , the narrow alley won't take you long to explore;)

Thank thundertriple
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Interesting village in Italy. Ripatransone is a quite place to visit, very characteristic. Interesting is the fact that here there is the narrowest alley in Italy. Worth it!

Thank Marian L
Reviewed 17 July 2016 via mobile

Ripatransone is a very cute little town on a hill of app. 475m high; there are a lot of small/narrow streets in this village. The narrowest alley is special/funny espiacelly for the kids

Thank Karel S
Reviewed 9 December 2014

Actually the alley is very well sign posted. The small walkways and streets are charming themselves. The town offers plenty of restaurants, cafes, accommodation and just enough attraction to make it an evenings stopover or a few hours side trip.

Thank Andrea T
Reviewed 30 July 2014

tough city to drive my car. No wonder the Italians drive such small cars. The local priest helped us with the route. He drove along with us and was very, very friendly.

Thank Eric C
Reviewed 13 June 2014

Makes a good picture, but overall, it's just two buildings built very close to each other with a path/steps in between.

Thank martinlaw17
Reviewed 14 January 2014

Although clearly marked by signage on the walls of the town, this alley is a bit of a search to find, as the signs point in the correct direction but don't guide you step-by-step as some Americans expect. You have to do some searching on...More

Thank Matthew M
Reviewed 10 August 2013

Very interesting and unspoilt village with two distinct squares; untouched corners tucked away, with plenty of scope to explore. The views from the walls outside the town are amongst the most spectacular in Italy

Thank Andrew678
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