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If there’s one place you need to visit in Dubrovnik it’s the Old Town. There’s so much for you to do and so many shops, restaurants and bars for you to visit. You can also purchase tickets to walk round the city walls, which is...More
The old city is magnificent and very well kept. The walk on the fortified wall is a must as it shows different aspect and view point of the city. There are a lot of shops, restaurants and souvenir shops everywhere as well as a phenomenal...More
Great city, quirky streets and a restaurant in every nook and cranny! Plenty to see and do, even if you know nothing about Star Wars or Game of Thrones (like me!). Great places to sit with a drink and people watch
This place is unlike any other we’ve been to, usually you can say a place is a bit like Spain because of the mountains and the beaches, or Italy because of the buildings and food. But we can’t compare The Old Town to anything, it...More
The buildings,the architecture, color and the way the town is laid out is amazing. Completely surrounded by high walls, walking on top is possible and is a must. Go early in the morning to beat the crowds...this is by far the best. Restaurants and bars...More
Lovely and wonderful Dubrovnik -- don't miss it! The old town is very charming, although the stores there are mostly very kitchy. Find an outdoor cafe off of the main drag and enjoy. There are wine bars, lovely restaurants, the works. Don't eat on the...More
The Old Town, within the walls, is really interesting. Lots of little alley ways to wander. We had a city guide take us around, which I would highly recommend. The ancient history of the city, as well as the recent war history is quite educational....More
We were on a half day tour with a small group, then had a chance to explore on our own. The weather was perfect, there weren't too many other tourists, so we enjoyed just wandering up and down the hilly and narrow streets, doing a...More
Walking the wall closes I believe either 7 or 7:30pm as you're essentially walking through people's backyards, so they close earlier as the sun sets. They don't close the city walls of Old Town so you can walk in and out... More
Walking the wall closes I believe either 7 or 7:30pm as you're essentially walking through people's backyards, so they close earlier as the sun sets. They don't close the city walls of Old Town so you can walk in and out anytime as there are still residents that live there. It's hard to know what day is a cruise day, but there are plenty of rest areas/breaks along the wall for water, snacks, or shade. Since I'm used to the heat, the high temps weren't bad, but there is very little difference in temperature from 9am to 12pm as it gets warm pretty fast there. There is a nice breeze at the top of the wall so it's not that bad. Have fun!
the wall walk is about 1.5 hours but there are at least 4 spots where you can exit the wall and leave. (There are also a number of Red Cross stations for those who need a rest). The sea side of the Old Town is more... More
the wall walk is about 1.5 hours but there are at least 4 spots where you can exit the wall and leave. (There are also a number of Red Cross stations for those who need a rest). The sea side of the Old Town is more spectacular than the city side. As you enter the old town the first wall access is to the left and then I suggest that you walk along the sea side.