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All reviews narrow streets the main street beautiful city game of thrones lots of shops every corner restaurants and bars watch the world within the walls cruise ship walk around walking tour pile gate early in the morning cable car tourists ships
The Taxis at Dubrovnik are very expensive and all the day and night action takes place within or nearby the Old Town, within the walls, so, if you book a hotel there, you will save a lot of taxi extra money.Also, if you drink, you...More
Old Town is a must see on any visit to Dubrovnik, Croatia. Just be prepared for crowds. We went in October, which is typically a bit slower season for travelers, and I was surprised at how many people were there. It detracts from the beauty...More
We booked a tour through the Viator App and thought this would be a great way to get our bearings.
We had a wonderful guide called Ivana who not only was able to show us the sites where Game of Thrones is filmed but also...More
This city has been so well preserved and the damage from the war now fully restored that you can hardly see its effects.
A visit in winter means far less crowds but also less shops open, but have less people makes it far more enjoyable....More
Dubrovnik Old Town is a fantastic, well preserved walled city, one of the best in the world. Sure it has really become a huge tourist attraction .... so one must look beyond that and enjoy this historic old town. We visited at the beginning of...More
I had a hard time parking and wished I had taken the bus all the way down instead of walk with my luggage! I loved the feel of it and bought a card pass for all the tourist attractions so saw many for free.
If you'd like to experience an old town without the large tourist crowd, then visit Dubrovnik in winter. It's still sunny with blue skies, some of the shops/ restaurants are closed but it's still wonderful to sit outside with a coffee and really soak the...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... 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.