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We came back into the walled city using the Buza gate, just realize that you are several stories higher than the main street so there are several steps to go down which can be challenging if you have knee issues. I took my time and...More
Much smaller than the more famous Pile and Ploce gates, the Buza gate provides a much quieter way to enter the city and to appreciate the residential areas of the walled town before descending down the many steps into the main thoroughfares of Dubrovnik old...More
This one of several gates or entrance ways into the old walled city. Not as well known or perhaps frequented as the neighbouring Pile and Ploce, but impressive nevertheless. You will not doubt come across it as you traverse the city walls and the streets...More
Not as spectacular as Pile or Ploce, however still worth attention. We visited the gate by walking out of Ploce, enjoying the outside of the walls as we walked up a nice gentle slope to Buza gate (which is quite a small opening), there are...More
There are several city gateway's providing access to Dubrovnik's Old Town. The Buza Gate was the smallest on which we saw during our most recent visit to Old Town.
It is simply a deep, arched stone passage through one of the city walls. Other than...More
The whole area was lovely. Old world and made you remember how advanced they were in those days. Amazing how these properties are still standing after so so so long. Full to the brim of touristS. Just expensive here as u would imagine. Take water...More
Not as impressive as pile but also quieter. North wall cooler temperature wise but impressive to look at. We didn't have a beer but heard it's expensive as the views are impressive. Good taxi links on the other side.