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All reviews narrow streets the main street beautiful city game of thrones lots of shops restaurants and bars every corner watch the world within the walls walk around cruise ship walking tour pile gate early in the morning cable car tourists ships
Actually went there in 2007 date drop down would not allow me to put correct one in. If you go to the Mediterranean take the time and go to Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik is much better than Split which is still a great place to go.
Old Town Dubrovnik is not only beautiful, but a must both for history buffs and Game of Thrones fans. Though it was heavily damaged in the Croatian war of independence, it has been rebuilt just as it was. We loved strolling the narrow streets and...More
Old Town was very nice. The restored buildings are very well kept. The streets were very clean, A lot of stores and restaurants. The Rector's Palace was very interesting. Enjoyed just walking the streets looking at the church's and historic buildings.
Well, what can I say that was not already said by others, probably nothing.
I am a history buff so to speak, and have a passion for it.
I loved everything in Dubrovnik, the entire old city is just fascinating, the walls, the town, the...More
The shops inside the Old Town bring life to an ancient town. And, if you're a Game of Thrones fan, this is the place to be. The narrow lanes on every corner are worth the time and effort. Take the time to explore every nook...More
I visited as a part of a group for a conference, and a short tour of the old town was organised which was truly amazing. It's almost like going back in time when you pass through the city gate into the old town, with its...More
We got a walk last week when we visit Dubrovnik and the old town is a must see if you visit this city.very beautiful place with those beautiful streets inside the city,make this place unique and unforgettable.
Dubrovnik is more expensive than the rest of Croatia. Walk into the back alleys they are not as bad as anything on the water, or the main walkways. There are plenty of pizza and sandwich type stores that you can grab and... More
Dubrovnik is more expensive than the rest of Croatia. Walk into the back alleys they are not as bad as anything on the water, or the main walkways. There are plenty of pizza and sandwich type stores that you can grab and walk with.
Walking the wall closes I believe either 7 or 7:30pm as you're essentially walking through people's backyards, so they close earlier as the sun sets. They don't close the city walls of Old Town so you can walk in and out... More
Walking the wall closes I believe either 7 or 7:30pm as you're essentially walking through people's backyards, so they close earlier as the sun sets. They don't close the city walls of Old Town so you can walk in and out anytime as there are still residents that live there. It's hard to know what day is a cruise day, but there are plenty of rest areas/breaks along the wall for water, snacks, or shade. Since I'm used to the heat, the high temps weren't bad, but there is very little difference in temperature from 9am to 12pm as it gets warm pretty fast there. There is a nice breeze at the top of the wall so it's not that bad. Have fun!