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It was great to find local free info representative at the city walls answering questions and helping to orient. A lot of interesting history and picture perfect spots. Highly recommend, but after 2pm during summer days.
I'm pretty sure you can eat off the streets. I've never seen a town so very clean. We had heard a lot about this city and were very excited to see it with our own eyes. My husband was most anxious to see the Wall...More
Fun to visit on the days with no or few cruise ship visitors. During busy days and 9a-7p it's a mad house. But I heard they are going to restrict cruise passenger load starting in 2019. Restaurants are pretty expensive, but all have wifi. Also,...More
This place is beautiful! We visited while on our honeymoon. There are gorgeous beaches the closer you get to here from Split. It was very crowded and Costs to get up on the town walls to walk the perimeter. Parking was kind of a madhouse,...More
The old town is in very good condition. The cobblestones may cause problems for some people. There is a lack of toilets unless you use the restaurants. There are some lovely historic buildings. Worthwhile visit.
If you have never been here, add it to your list of places to see. You will be so glad you did.
We arrived here yesterday morning by van from Kotor. When we stopped at a viewpoint above the city, we were amazed by what...More
I’d just go for a day. Have a look, lunch, walk round the walls and backstreets (which are the pretiest and less crowded).
We were there for 3 nights which was way too long. Yes, it’s stunning but it’s just full of tourists. There are...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.