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City Harbor

Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

So nice, well preserved. It's cool to see local people acctually use this port. Fishermans, tourist boats and locals make this place acctually so awasome. Spent 3 hours only sitting and watching, admiring of course. Beautiful.

Thank Hrvoje O
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Don't miss if visiting Dubrovnik - the harbour, where an old arsenal (shipyard) had been converted to a restaurant, is a must see.

Thank Tarik D
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Go in the morning when everyone is starting to get things ready. The boats and fisherman getting ready to go out. The restaurants setting up, locals walking and talking with each other. Very special.

Thank Nick B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

we had visited a yacht and the boat to reach the yacht was taken from this place. very romantic place and very neat and clean

Thank vinie2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Get early to the harbour and get a seat in the shade and just watch the world go by. It does get very busy during the day but nice to sit for an hour or so and just chill out.

Thank RnWP
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Escape the bulk of the crowds with a peaceful stroll to the city harbour. Look out to the island of Lokrum or watch the locals go about their daily business. A lovely way to spend an hour.

Thank iain333
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This harbor is just a harbor, there is nothing really extra vaganza here. This place is the meeting point for people to go by boat to other island. There is a lot of restaurant around though, and it is located just below the city wall.

Thank LinoYogya
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Very busy with people and boats so go a little later when the crowds have thinned. Take a boat to Cavtat and you will love it.

Thank Lunchers3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The city harbour is beautiful, however our boat trip left a lot to be desired. We bought it from one of the vendors stalls within the harbour. It was very disappointing. When we bought the boat trip we were told it would be going within...More

Thank wotsoverthere
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Watch the liners and yachts come into the harbour. Great views of the sea. Very clean. Best to view from the bridge.

Thank Christine T
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Beste O
August 15, 2017|
Response from RnWP | Reviewed this property |
The trip costs 40 Kuna. There are regular, daily sailings from Dubrovnik Old Town’s port to the island. They sail to the Island two to four times per hour depending on season. The sailing takes just under 15 minutes.
Rupert C
July 27, 2016|
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Response from kelimale | Reviewed this property |
Old town. I love that
Deborah S
July 15, 2016|
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Response from elenabelloiu | Reviewed this property |
A roundtrip boat ticket to Lokrum is 100 kunas and is coming every 30 min., last boat is 7. 30 pm. ( either sides ). The ride to the island takes 15 min. You must wear good shoes with thick soles , the island paths are rocky... More