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Reviewed December 7, 2014

Stopped here on a cruise trip. Supposedly Marco Polo lived here and you can see his house as well as a couple of shops selling souvenirs. You cannot go into the house.
You can go up the bell tower of the church which is well worth a visit for 3 euros. It's has a very narrow stair case for the first 10 feet and then it opens out but is still narrow. Good views from the top.
Spent about 2 hours here and that included having a coffee, so not very big but we enjoyed the visit.

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Reviewed December 6, 2014

Korcula town, beautiful place to visit, Venetian style architecture and a fabulous place for a water-side relaxed lunch.

3  Thank GoudhurstMike
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Reviewed December 2, 2014

We took a private tour to Korcula and truly enjoyed it. The day we were there it was very quiet in this ancient city which has a long and interesting history of being ruled by many empires from the Romans to the Venetians. Have a meal on the promenade where you can enjoy the views of the harbor.

2  Thank daydreamingduo
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Reviewed December 2, 2014

Croatian guides have 'forgotten' history, perhaps because they are still getting over the civil war of the 1990s... but the guide who escorted us around Korcula had lots of tales to tell. It was great!

1  Thank 9500JMJ
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Reviewed November 29, 2014

I stayed for two nights in Korcula with my son. I know some people visit Korcula by ferry from Dubrovnik but I don't advise that. I think two nights are the minimum you should stay here. There's so much to do in Korcula and it's a really big island. We rented a bike and cycled the whole day. There are lovely beaches in Korcula. We also cycled to the vineyard where the elusive Grk wine is produced. It was lovely eating our lunch of seafood in the restaurant of the vineyard which was just by the sea and sipping Grk wine which according to some reviewers (and quite rightly too) would make champagne appear common and vulgar. There's a weird dance which is only performed in Korcula and although my son wasn't very keen on it at first, we were both quite glad we saw it because of its quaint novelty. A little violent though - we saw some bleeding hands. It's a truly charming island.

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