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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Great place to visit and stay. It has cute little streets and fantastic places to eat. At the port there are lots of excursions such as boat trips that you can book on to. Restaurants range in price, so you can easily find somewhere to...More

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Fantastic shops, restaurants and souveniers. Good to be with a guide as makes trip more interesting.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Visited with my husband, lovely churches , lots of narrow streets . Beautiful clock tower, lots of eaterys to choose from. If you go to the old towns harbour you can get a 50 minute boat trip for 10 euros

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The old town is lovely to walk around, very quaint and lots of little side streets to walk up, there are churches, museums and a lovely port to walk around. Lots of places to eat. Nice to just stroll around and take in the architecture...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

You must visit this place! Beautiful buildings, churches and numerous bars and shops. Exchange bureaus in the city. Lovely food choices that are reasonably priced. High drink prices!!!

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There is not much to say about the old town in Dubrovnik, it’s just amazing and you should visit it and take a look yourself.

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Reviewed yesterday

First time in Dubrovnik and it won't be the last! That combo of history, past and the present (and of course Game of Thrones atmosphere!) - it's outstanding!

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Reviewed yesterday

Such a beautiful city, and so much to see. I love visiting this place because of it's vibe and historical value. I took a lot of photos which are a great inspiration for me and I can't get enough of this place. If you love...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Step back in history and immerse yourself in the atmosphere of a walled kingdom of the Middle Ages. This is an incredible UNESCO World Heritage site and on every street, around every corner and up every set of stairs is another amazing discovery. A fine...More

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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This area is full of history,charm and plenty of character.there are many shops,monestries where men need to keep shoulders covered and lots of little alley ways full of shops and resturants.beautiful harbour where boat trips are available.be aware toilet cost in dubrovnik is 7 kuna.

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Response from Olexandra1108 | Reviewed this property |
Hi :) So I would you recommend actualy two places. To observ the people and enjoy sea food is “Kamenica”. It is oystrice in croation. In this restaurant you can chois any sea food up to your preferences. But first of all... More
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Sherry D
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Response from Lyn B | Reviewed this property |
Would recommend walking the walls but start early to avoid the crowds. They open from 8am. Wander round the old town and take a boat trip to Lokrum. Get the first boat out at around 9am and you will virtually have the island... More
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Response from JohnHWBirmingham | Reviewed this property |
its a tricky choice as both have good points, though cheaper to stay just out of the old town. However, Dubrovnik old town is so busy with tourist groups from Cruise Liners, it can be daunting, and best to visit early... More
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