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Such a gorgeous place but extremely hot and busy. Best time to visit is about 4pm after cruise ships have gone and before evening revellers!! Don’t just stick to main streets, wander down alleys, they all lead back to Main Street so no fear of...More
We visited in August 2018. Very hot in Europe at this time. Dubrovnik is quite spectacular with very impressive walled fortifications surounding the old town and port. We ate in two restaurants - Dubravka at the Pile gate (twice) and another close by. The old...More
There are lots of steps if you visit the area including the climb to the city walls. There are lots of mostly jewelry and tourist shops along the Main Street in the old city. Be sure to take a look at the traditional Croatian jewelry...More
The Old Town is simply gorgeous. We visited on our own before taking part to a Game of Thrones tour and this part of the city looks from a story book. I heavily suggest to go there early in the morning because later in the...More
Wonderfully lovely old town.Entering the Old Town is a great waterfall where you can get drinking water and, if necessary, dip yourself into heat. There are many narrow streets where you can be misled, like in the other world. The small streets have bars /...More
Inside the Pile gate is the entrance to the top of the walls. I suggest doing half the trip by heading seaward and coming down at the Harbour. There is a small charge. On top it is easy walking with wide level pathways. The are...More
It was lovely walking around the old city, but very hot in the Summer. Bring a hat and water! There was a lovely sweet shop which will entice even non sweet eaters, but so expensive😒. Overall a lovely place to go to, but only for...More
the wall walk is about 1.5 hours but there are at least 4 spots where you can exit the wall and leave. (There are also a number of Red Cross stations for those who need a rest). The sea side of the Old Town is more... More
the wall walk is about 1.5 hours but there are at least 4 spots where you can exit the wall and leave. (There are also a number of Red Cross stations for those who need a rest). The sea side of the Old Town is more spectacular than the city side. As you enter the old town the first wall access is to the left and then I suggest that you walk along the sea side.
We have just come back from a week in Dubrovnik. It is a stunning city but it is nice to get away from the bustle and humidity. We used Amico tours (based in the Old Town) for a day trip to Montenegro (Kotor and... More
We have just come back from a week in Dubrovnik. It is a stunning city but it is nice to get away from the bustle and humidity. We used Amico tours (based in the Old Town) for a day trip to Montenegro (Kotor and Perast) and also a boat trip to the Elaphite Islands. The Montenegro trip cast 380kn each (about £48) and the islands 250kn each (about £32 each). Both are full days out and the islands trip also includes lunch on the boat.If you buy the Dubrovnik Card, you can get 10% discount at Amico but be sure to tell them you have the card when booking. You will also need your passports and euros for the Montenegro trip. The short ferry trip to Lokrum (about 15 minutes from the old port) is another good way to escape (costs about 150kn return). I have done separate reviews for all these on the TA website. I hope this helps, David
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Hi :) So I would you recommend actualy two places. To observ the people and enjoy sea food is “Kamenica”. It is oystrice in croation. In this restaurant you can chois any sea food up to your preferences. But first of all... More
Hi :) So I would you recommend actualy two places. To observ the people and enjoy sea food is “Kamenica”. It is oystrice in croation. In this restaurant you can chois any sea food up to your preferences. But first of all oystrices of corse)) All the dishes are very good. The restaurant is situated on a sqaire with small market and nearby cathedral. So market and cathidral are the places where the people are :) But I like personaly the restaurant LANII. This restaurant is on the street which is parallel up the main street. This restaurant is old, you can sit outside and observe the moovement. The service in this restaurant is the best. The waiters work here more then 15 years!!! I like here pasta with tortuffs, my husbend got tuna steak. If you like fish, choise tuna steak medium. Here is the best one. Ask for the vine from this region if you like vine. We were two times in this restaurant. First time ocasionaly for the lunch and second time allready aspecialy for dinning. Both times were perfect! The personal is outstanding! Sorry for my grammar))) Enjoy Dubrovnik.