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You’ll find yourself walking up and down Stradun several times a day as it is the Main Street running through Dubrovnik’s old town.
The street is very wide, full of tourists and can be used to easily access Prijeko and it’s side streets as well...More
During the day a very busy street.
But absolutely wonderful to walk here.
I visited the street during the day but also very early at 5/6 in the morning. It is so nice and quiet then. So if you visit this place between 6 and...More
Fantastic place to walk through does get packed and can be very hot and humid, but you'll enjoy the hustle and bustle feel sorry for folk who live there one said after work impossible to relax because of noise
As our Apartment overlooked the Placa we could see and hear the sounds of the night, during day and early morning.
We strolled thru this main thoroughfare many times and at times it seemed impossible to be amongst such waves of humanity.
Loved the Pile...More
This is the main street of the old town and in between has shops and cafes on both sides. The street is very clean and is paved with limestone. The whole tourist crowd is generally visible here , making walking quite difficult. In fact our...More
This is the Main Street you will walk along after entering from Pile Gate (the main gate). It is wide and beautiful but does get absolutely stuffed with tour groups! At its best in the evening when it is quieter with the swallows swopping overhead....More
This is the widest street in the walled city. The marble blocks it is paved with are buffed by countless footsteps as people walk along its length. Originally this was the site of a canal that bisected the old town. Currently, this vibrant thoroughfare is...More
Dubrovnik Čilipi Airport has the code: DBV (not LIM). assuming that you mean to travel to DBV, as other have said transfers take 30-40 minutes and there are scheduled bus services from the Airport to the town. Of course... More
Dubrovnik Čilipi Airport has the code: DBV (not LIM). assuming that you mean to travel to DBV, as other have said transfers take 30-40 minutes and there are scheduled bus services from the Airport to the town. Of course there are taxis too, but I don't know the prices.
However, Dubrovnik Airport does not handle many flights - I was there at Christmas and the schedule for the day was less than ten flights. So don't expect buses to run every 10 minutes.
Also beware of the Bora wind, which I believe can blow at any time of the year. Because of the high and exposed site of DBV Airport when the Bora wind blows then flights stopped. This happened to us on December 29. British Airways bussed us all the way to Split Airport - that's 4 hours by road and delayed our departure by almost 7 hours.
Much of Croatia is a long thin country bounded by the sea on one side and mountains on the other side. There aren't any motorways in the south and it takes a long time to drive from one part to the next. If your flight lands or takes off from Sarajevo or Split then be prepared for a long slow transfer.
Croatia is a lovely country and Dubrovnik is a "must see" which is worth 2 or 3 days of your time. After that get to Mostar (in Bosnia) and Montenegro.