We spent a few hours wandering through the labyrinths of the narrow streets, enjoying the atmosphere. We didn't expect to see the laundry hanging out to dry... just like in Venice. Charming... In some of the narrow streets there were restaurant tables laid out where you can sit and relax in a shade, have a meal or just a nice cup of coffe. And again the stairs, the steep steps leading to the main street called Stradun (or Placa) with its marble pavement and Venetian-style palaces.
There was a small market in the square that day with lots of everything: fruits and vegetables, dried figs, orange peels, some other snacks. The prices were listed both in Kuna and Euro.
A walk along the walls is a must-do as the views from the top are fabulous. On our visit (beginning of october) it was not crowded at all, and we were able to walk around without feeling rushed.
We had a nice seafood meal at a restaurant by the harbor, wasn't cheap but very good.
The Old Town is compact, but there is still plenty to explore: from history, monasteries, churches, fountains, beautiful architecture to small galleries selling their work from stalls. No matter how many times I walk back and forth the same streets I'll always find something I haven't seen like 10 minutes ago. Maybe it'is not just me but an endless charm of the city that makes you see things new?