Lovely old town. Did get busy when a couple of cruise ships had docked nearby but other than that a good time of year to visit.
I expected a museum like city but it was thriving with little shops and restaurants... Very interesting and great to walk around. You cannot miss the marina at the end!
Quirky streets with charming buildings, lovely little shops, amazing character and a great atmosphere. The fish restaurant at the Old Town harbour was recommended to us by a local and didn't disappoint. The boat tour was well worth the 75kn each (we went on the Ragusa and were the only ones on it so had a personalised tour with the... More
Old Town Dubrovnik is a must if visiting Croatia or, as we were, just there for a day as part of a cruise. The city is beautiful, full of interesting places to visit, and ancient and more recent history make it a must for anyone interested in the past.
April was an excellent time to visit with nice weather and avoiding the tourist hoards. The city wall walk was brilliant and exceeded my expectations. Lots of good restaurants and if you a seaf food lover you are in for a treat.
Dubrovnik was a one of the most beutifull old town in mediteranian sea. Arihetecture and historical places all arond make him one of the best placeses i ever see.
Lovely. We were really impressed and enjoyed every moment. Excellent restaurants and shops. A place that you cannot forget.
I'd been hearing of Dubrovnik for well over a decade - it was truly fabulous. Like a handful of cities, it just sparkles w/character. City efforts such as medieval soldiers who march at dusk add to the fairytale. Get the citypass - we had a fabulous "insiders" view of the main strada after dark just for having bought the pass.... More
Fortunately we visited Dubrovnik's Old Town in early March before the tourist season got fully underway. Given the number of people here at this time of year, it's hard to imagine what it will look like in a couple of months. This is a great walking town, with lots to see, including the Rector's Palace, a Franciscan Monastery. Lots of... More
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