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The Museum of Marco Polo is about 100m south of the South Gate to old town Korcula on Plokata St. It explores Marco Polo's life through several life-sized dioramas (with accompanying audio): Beginning of the dream, Through the Desert, At Kublai Khan’s Court, Love Story...More
Thought it was a bit overrated, MARKO Polo was Venetian (Italian) as Korcula was under Venetian Rule, he was a great traveller and sacrificed a Hugh part of his family life with his traveling through Asia and other great places. On his return he really...More
In a small town like Korcula having something so interesting and educting as this staged museum is a big bonus.An excellent way to get to learn a lot about Marco Polo and his impressive life in half an hour. Highly recommended.
60 kuna entry fee (approx £8) for which I got an audio set to go round the museum. There were 6 stop points with about 5 mins of audio at each point. Very clear, informative story with opportunity to look round the displays at leisure....More
We knew little about Marco Polo before going to this little museum but after 30minutes listening to the audio we knew much more!
Ok, it’s a little cheesy I suppose but good value and I am glad we went. Inspired us to find out more...More
We got off the boat and specifically looked for the museum as we heard of it. Always thought that Marco Polo was from Italy and only here in Croatia heard that Croatian claim he was actually born and raised in Croatia in Korcula. The museum...More