As others have commented, this is not an attraction for those who are not fit or those with balance issues. You're climbing over 1300 "stairs" - many of which are crumbly and all of which are narrow, uneven and lined by crumbling walls (or not at all). Recommend doing this first thing in the morning before there are too many other people on the paths. The view from the top is well worth it. Don't forget to take a look out the back at the top, a small church can be seen on the other side.
One note: this attraction has many dangerous areas (crumbling paths, possibility of long falls, holes in floors, metal poles sticking out of ceilings). It's nothing overly alarming to the average, alert, adult, but worth mentioning that a heightened degree of alertness is advised - particularly at the fort at the top. Also, we couldn't believe the number of people we passed who were making this climb in flip flops. We both had on running shoes and still felt unstable. Wouldn't recommend flip-flops.
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