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Corso Vittorio Emmanuele

| spostare segnalibro messo su MIlano, 89861 Tropea, Italy
+39 389 929 6009
Review Highlights
Very nice place

One of the main streets in Tropea's Old Town. Lot of shops, taverns, restaurants, pasticcerias... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Northern Poland, Poland
perfect place!

This street is central in the city, there are shops and restaurants, a lot of people. We need to... read more

Reviewed 15 August 2016
Sergey R
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4 weeks ago
“Very nice place”
15 Aug 2016
“perfect place!”
| spostare segnalibro messo su MIlano, 89861 Tropea, Italy
+39 389 929 6009
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

One of the main streets in Tropea's Old Town. Lot of shops, taverns, restaurants, pasticcerias. Nice place with a nice atmosphere.

Reviewed 15 August 2016

This street is central in the city, there are shops and restaurants, a lot of people. We need to look necessarily!

Reviewed 30 July 2016

There are lots of shops and some restaurants along this street. It runs from the main outdoor market and train station to the sea. We strolled along it many times. Good memories.

Reviewed 28 July 2016

We like the rest of the people that visit Tropea love to stroll this street with its shops, cafes, gelato places and ends onto a great overlook of the sea and the beach.

Reviewed 28 May 2016

Tropea a wonderful little busy village of great charm that's on the cusp being overly exposed. Were there a more convenient major international airport, it's fate might have been sealed a couple of decades ago. so here I am contributing to its economic exploitation by...More

Reviewed 18 May 2016

What a charming downtown area Tropea enjoys. There are several plaza's just over the beach and sea bellow. They offer wonderful views and lovely breezes. Original shops offer unique goods alongside tee shirts, etc for those in search of souvineers. Bathing suits and colorful wraps...More

Reviewed 26 September 2015

This road is the most important and best known of the town, along this "Corso Vittorio Emanuele" there are the restaurants and most of the souvenir shops. Day walk, but especially in the evening is really nice to admire this beautiful old town street.

Reviewed 7 September 2015

This long street cuts through the middle of Tropea upper town (well above beach level) and is filled with restaurants and cafes. Much better and more interesting than the rather tacky tourist shops in other parts of town - every conceivable type of fridge magnet...More

Reviewed 30 May 2014

This very long street stretches from the tourist-filled area next to the ancient city walls up into the newer areas where residents live. It is filled with restaurants and shops and provides a good overview of the town.

Reviewed 16 October 2013

It is the heart of Tropea. Lots of shops, restaurants and a piazza where concerts often held in the summer time. Historic buildings, yes some old, but not all in bad shape in what I recall. Recommend visit to Don Mottola's house. Ask the tourist...More

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Questions & Answers
Susan H
23 June 2016
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Response from Susan H
Thank you Lolicon for taking the time to answer our question.We have actually returned from our holiday in Calabria. We really enjoyed our visit to Tropea, so much so that we went back a second time. Some shops did close in... More