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This place is a real treat! Pretty hard to get to, but well worth the visit. The town has kept its original character, but still feels alive. A lot of old towns seem like a run down historical relic, but not Rupit.
There is lots...More
If you ever want to feel like you are living in a city witch is 600 years old... go to rupit.! It is gem.!! Waterfalls going through the city. The architecture and the small passages through the little town are aimplu charming. It is suprisingly...More
Make the effort to wander around this lovely town. There is something to see around every corner and the history is everywhere. There is a lot of up and down and cobblestone streets so make sure that you wear good footwear. I had a couple...More
Small medieval village tucked up amongst mountains and small rivers, Rupit is charming and picturesque with seemingly more tourists than residents. But wander around up to the higher ground where tourists thin out and it’s amazingly peaceful and you take your time to take some...More
What a wonderful place is Rupit. Have to park your car on the outskirts of this scenic medieval village. Fantastic mountain views, quaint streets and good signage to help you find the key places. Interesting wobbly bridge to get into the town. Excellent information in...More
Sorry, I can not answer you, because I do not remember these chairs you comment on. I have not visited this population for many years. My interest is much less than 40 years ago, when it was his splendor, at least for me... More
Sorry, I can not answer you, because I do not remember these chairs you comment on. I have not visited this population for many years. My interest is much less than 40 years ago, when it was his splendor, at least for me. The spiral staircase from the church to the terrace, the restaurants, not many but authentic of a lifetime, the huge sense of tranquility. I do not see the charm I had before. Sorry to explain my opinion.