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Let Me Pass (Pusti me da prodjem) Street

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Norhing special

It's very short, and very narrow, but nothing more. Worth seeing if you're around, but not... read more

Reviewed September 11, 2018
Igor K
via mobile
Really narrow tiny street

Right along the wall of Jupiter Temple is this tiny street that you can cross in couple of steps... read more

Reviewed July 31, 2018
New Delhi
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  • Average43%
  • Poor7%
  • Terrible2%
Sep 11, 2018
“Norhing special”
Jul 31, 2018
“Really narrow tiny street”
Kraj svetog Ivana, Split, Croatia
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Reviewed September 11, 2018 via mobile

It's very short, and very narrow, but nothing more. Worth seeing if you're around, but not something I would especially go to see.

Thank Igor K
Reviewed September 5, 2018

A very very beautiful feeling gets you when you discover this 50-60 cm wide road by the side of the Temple of Jupiter! Just get inside of the Diocletian's palace and you will find it for sure!

Thank Argiris T
Reviewed July 31, 2018

Right along the wall of Jupiter Temple is this tiny street that you can cross in couple of steps. If you didn't know then you wouldn't realize that it is a street, which most probably it truly isn't. Worth going only for a photo op....More

1  Thank Satyabrata
Reviewed June 18, 2018

Our guide led us through this narrow street/passage, otherwise we would not know that it existed. Now I can say, "been there done that".

Thank Dan L
Reviewed June 8, 2018 via mobile

We passed the place couple of times before we understood that one wall of Jupiter's palace is called "let me pass street"...

Thank Satuah
Reviewed December 22, 2017 via mobile

We went during winter when it was less crowded. Can’t imagine during peak season, how did people passed each other using this narrow street.

Thank Erico2709
Reviewed October 15, 2017

I am told that this is the narrowest street in the world, but somehow I doubt that, as when I was there quite a few people managed to and succeeded in passing each other, mostly when I was trying to take photographs. Patience though rewarded...More

Thank June A
Reviewed October 10, 2017

This is the smallest street in the world, where one person can pass at a time. Best to visit early morning or during lunch time when it is less crowded.

Thank _shaparak108
Reviewed August 29, 2017 via mobile

The "street" is so short and narrow, that it is hard to find it. At the end it is just a narrow passage near the Jupiters place.

1  Thank Expedition706695
Reviewed June 13, 2017 via mobile

We were.just walking around and stumbled upon this narrow walkway in amongst the other narrow alleys so didnt really think any different until we read TA about this being an attraction. How funny and very strange. Just near the Temple of Jupiter with the sphinx...More

2  Thank Tweetcoz
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