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Old Town

Dubrovnik, Croatia
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  • Very good21%
  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“narrow streets” (312 reviews)
“the main street” (399 reviews)
“beautiful city” (389 reviews)
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Dubrovnik, Croatia
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"narrow streets"
in 312 reviews
"the main street"
in 399 reviews
"beautiful city"
in 389 reviews
"game of thrones"
in 512 reviews
"lots of shops"
in 102 reviews
"every corner"
in 113 reviews
"restaurants and bars"
in 126 reviews
"watch the world"
in 100 reviews
"cruise ship"
in 179 reviews
"walk around"
in 119 reviews
"cable car"
in 274 reviews
"walking tour"
in 131 reviews
"early in the morning"
in 99 reviews
"pile gate"
in 168 reviews
"tourists"
in 905 reviews
"walls"
in 1,740 reviews
"ships"
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Reviewed yesterday

The old town is truly stunning, however, beware cruise ships descend upon it during the day and it can be hot and super crowded. great place for people watching though if you can find shade. At nigh when the cruise ships have gone it is...More

Thank SDTCsolo
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Reviewed yesterday

This is one beautiful place to visit, restaurants and shops everywhere. I think this is probably the most amazing town I have had the pleasure to visit

Thank darkriderTarporley
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Dubrovnik old town is an astoundingly well preserved 13th century city that kept on making me feel like I was wandering the streets of Rome in it's heyday albeit with churches everywhere in stead of temples. The views from the massive city walls are absolutely...More

Thank Eugene S
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The old town is simply amazing! Such a clean and beautiful town. The old port is stunning and the surrounding views are amazing! Make sure you walk the city walls!

Thank Hansianio
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Reviewed yesterday

We took the walking tour and found it interesting. The town itself is average but the walk around the wall was quite unique and picturesque. Many cute restaurants for lunch. The little streets are quaint. Hard to believe that there was a war here in...More

Thank CoopyCobMN
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The old town is like something from a fairytale. The streets are pristine and it’s a warren of small alleyways. Be prepared to climb as there are lots of steps but it’s worth it. There are lots of tourists which means it’s packed but there...More

Thank Jill M
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Reviewed yesterday

History comes alive, you don't need a tour guide but it does help with identifying buildings and their historical importance and then going off on you own to appreciate them at your leisure. it gets very busy but there are quieter side streets to explore....More

Thank steve d
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Reviewed yesterday

Walking through the beautiful cobbled streets of the old city was such a lovely experience. There are some great restaurants, quaint shops (particularly the sweet shop in the main street!) and lots of atmosphere.

Thank VivienKeller
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Reviewed yesterday

Dubrovnik rightly deserves it's title "The Pearl of the Adriatic". The old town is walled on all four sides and the walk round affords spectacular views over the sea, the harbour and the town itself. The walk includes lots of steps and ramps so is...More

Thank David E
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Reviewed yesterday

The city, the life, the commerce, full of small shops and many many restaurants, everything is inside the ruins. It's very funny and pleasant. The city inside the ruins is always very lively.

Thank tinaaPortugal
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Shawne Q
2 April 2018|
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Response from Olexandra1108 | Reviewed this property |
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
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Sherry D
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Response from Lyn B | Reviewed this property |
Would recommend walking the walls but start early to avoid the crowds. They open from 8am. Wander round the old town and take a boat trip to Lokrum. Get the first boat out at around 9am and you will virtually have the island... More
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Linda B
23 September 2017|
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Response from JohnHWBirmingham | Reviewed this property |
its a tricky choice as both have good points, though cheaper to stay just out of the old town. However, Dubrovnik old town is so busy with tourist groups from Cruise Liners, it can be daunting, and best to visit early... More
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