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You can walk, drive or take the cable car
We walked from the port to the summit, a bit of a trek but well worth the effort. I strongly recommend sturdy walking shoes for the walk as some of the paths are a bit rugged....More
Take the cable car up, if you don’t want a long uphill walk.
The fort itself is impressive, but the real reason to visit is for the Homeland War museum, describing the civil war in former Yugoslavia from the Croatian perspective. The defence of the...More
Hiked up and then had Lunch at the Fab Restaurant before spending lots of time at the Museum....loved the fact that some of the damage from the siege is left intact...one can get a real sense of the defenders....well worth the effort.
Whether you take the cable car, hike up or drive up, going to Fort Imperial is the perfect way to cap off your visit to Old Town. I do suggest going to Fort Imperial after you have done everything you want to do in Old...More
This trail affords you spectacular views of the old city as well as some of the surrounding islands and mountain range on the Croatian - Bosnian border. At the summit there is Fort Imperial and Panarama Restaurant which also boast of wonderful views. We rewarded...More
Took the minor roads up to the top of the mountain as the main highway was nose to tail traffic & not moving, so was not going to waste time on that. So the minor roads are usable & while tarmaced they aren't that wide...More
When we went the cable car was closed. We took a taxi. The views of Old town and the Korcula island are very nice, and well worth the trip.
It could be better if the local authorities made a viewing platform to make it easier...More
Amazing views, do not miss the view from the roof! (Bearing in mind it was last at war in the 90s), its very much in a bad state so be aware of what you are going up there for before you do. Lots of information...More
Built early in 19th Century during period of French rule, it is situated high above Dubrovnik. The fort could be reached by cable car, but this was not operating on the day we went, so we just hired a taxi. There are exceptional views of...More