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As the main thoroughfare of the old town, the area is steeped with history and shops hidden within the old stone buildings that line the street. A gem to wander around or rest in one of the street cafes. There are several alleys off the...More
We stayed within the old city so walked this many times. There are crowds so go early to see more. It is very clean and lots of shops line either side- quite pricy though. At night it is lovely and even better after rain when...More
It's something everyone should experience ... but by encourage everyone to see it, that means even more crowds than ever before!
The architecture, the quaintness, the narrow side streets off the main thoroughfare are all part of the experience.
We strolled through this area and learned so much. The history, the great wall, eight hundred steps, Wow!!!! The statue of St. Blaze, and his history, the history museum, the cathedral, so much. My only regret after stopping in several shops and having Kuna, the...More
This is the main street in the old town, running from the Pile Gate to the port. It is a must see because it contains many of Dubrovnik's beautiful churches, fountains, and Orlando's column. It also contains a lot of tourist shops, cafes, restaurants and...More
A great place for a walk on the marbled floor with the old buildings either side and the narrow alleyways with so much history.
We only had drinks at various restaurants and bars because it’s a tourist trap and very very expensive.
Very crowded thoroughfare especially when cruise ship passengers and tours passed through. But very historic with interesting buildings and stairways in the cross streets to explore. My favorite view of this Street was when it was quiet and uncrowded in the early morning when all...More
Dubrovnik Čilipi Airport has the code: DBV (not LIM). assuming that you mean to travel to DBV, as other have said transfers take 30-40 minutes and there are scheduled bus services from the Airport to the town. Of course... More
Dubrovnik Čilipi Airport has the code: DBV (not LIM). assuming that you mean to travel to DBV, as other have said transfers take 30-40 minutes and there are scheduled bus services from the Airport to the town. Of course there are taxis too, but I don't know the prices.
However, Dubrovnik Airport does not handle many flights - I was there at Christmas and the schedule for the day was less than ten flights. So don't expect buses to run every 10 minutes.
Also beware of the Bora wind, which I believe can blow at any time of the year. Because of the high and exposed site of DBV Airport when the Bora wind blows then flights stopped. This happened to us on December 29. British Airways bussed us all the way to Split Airport - that's 4 hours by road and delayed our departure by almost 7 hours.
Much of Croatia is a long thin country bounded by the sea on one side and mountains on the other side. There aren't any motorways in the south and it takes a long time to drive from one part to the next. If your flight lands or takes off from Sarajevo or Split then be prepared for a long slow transfer.
Croatia is a lovely country and Dubrovnik is a "must see" which is worth 2 or 3 days of your time. After that get to Mostar (in Bosnia) and Montenegro.