Walking around the ancient city walls of Old town kind f bringing you back to the past. So much to imagine what had happened back then. So many stories went by and all are gone ,only the ancient city walls remain.
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The benefits of traveling off season include no crowds and cooler temperatures. Dubrovnik was a port of call on our Grand Circle tour of the Adriatic trip. The city is beautiful and magical. I am sure that my friends and family will not believe that...More
Of all the trips in Dubrovnik this has to be the one you do above all others. The walls are about 1.5 miles long and it is likely to take you 2 hours. The ticket also entitles you, on the same day, to visit Lovrijenac...More
Earlier this year (May-June 2017), the hubby & I packed our bags & jetted off for a month long trip to Croatia, France, & Italy. For this review, I will be pouring out my heart for our weeklong visit to Dubrovnik. So, the question we...More
There is no way we could visit this amazing city without doing the city walls walk. With a little prior planning you can ensure a more enjoyable experience. During the cooler months try to vist on a sunny day (better for photos) and we couldn't...More
An amazing walled city with a full history and current cultural importance due to Game of Thrones. Would be more fun but it is extremely crowded depending on how many cruise ships are docked. Still very interesting. Go in main gate(Pile Gate) and explore.
A must for Game of Thrones fans, and equally obligatory for appreciating the beauty of the Adriatic. Dubrovnik, an ancient wall "town" with a character that defies it's diminutive scale. The population has long since burst through it's boundaries, and now occupy the mountains overlooking...More
My wife and I visited the city walls but only walked along for a very short way because with the throngs of people there you could hardly put your hands in your own pockets. There is a one way system and whilst you get marginally...More
It is a bit expensive but you shouldn't pass it up. During tourist season June-August, it can get very busy and hard to move, so I recommend you get there just as it opens. The views inside the town are just as interesting as the...More
This is a must thing to do when you come to Dubrovnik. Strolling along to wall you will find amazing views of all the buildings inside the Old city. The wall is 2 km long and it will take about an hour to do the...More