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Reviewed 24 June 2019

Spent several days visiting Old Town. There is so much to see. Leave your fancy leather shoes at home. Instead, take rubber-soled non-slip shoes. The streets are all paved with ancient stones which, from tons of foot traffic, have become very polished and slippery. Lovely churches, great restaurants, many fine stores for souvenirs. Many Games of Thrones locations. Do not miss this area!

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed 24 June 2019 via mobile

Whole place just a living stage for Game of Thrones shooting.. there are lots of GoT tours can be seen around..

Its amazing that old city like this can still well preserved. Love it.. amazing

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed 24 June 2019

Lovely shops streets and alleyways to explore. Can be a little expensive however great experience. Visit the Aquarium for some interesting displays and the turtle.

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed 24 June 2019 via mobile

I think other travelers and I can agree; this is a must see if you are in Croatia. My family took one of many water ferries directly to Dubrovnik’s port in front of the fort walls from Cavtat, where we were staying. This was easier for us because we didn’t rent a car since we can walk everywhere in Cavtat. Expect to be charged 30-60 kuna per person. Heading up to the fort walls by water was absolutely stunning. Once inside, there were so many places to go!! Since the old town is huge, plan to spend 2-2 1/2 hours here. Though I had my fair share of gift shops, the history was also fascinating, both because of how recent it was and how much there was to learn. There are great museums located inside the fort to learn all about these. There are also some memorials and large photos on the walls as you walk down small alleyways. If you aren’t someone with a good sense of direction, get a map. It’s easy to get lost here. Also, there are big circular structures in the main area with spouts that pour water. These are great to fill your water bottles and splash your face if it’s hot. The water is freezing so on a hot day I would recommend it. While you are exploring, you may find one of two little holes in the wall leading down a staircase. Here is a bar leading right down to the ocean. Cool off with a drink and a swim. I will warn you though, the water can be rough. Not recommended for young children or people who can’t swim well. To get in the water, you have to jump also. You can’t climb down a staircase. At one of them, there is a big walk down to a shaded area. It looks like a bunch of white umbrellas. Here, to get in the water, you will need to pass the bar down to the.lowest level where there are no chairs or tables, turn left, and go all the down the long staircase. This will lead you to the lowest entry point to the water. Lastly, and most importantly to me as a kid, there are hundreds of stray cats. They are all tame, but I wouldn’t recommend touching them. The church there feeds them and is home to most. Overall, this was an amazing experience and a must-see in Croatia.

Date of experience: June 2019
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Reviewed 24 June 2019 via mobile

The old town, and all of Dubrovnik, is absolutely stunning. I kept taking pictures throughout my trip trying to capture the essence of the town and the country but I don’t think you can really appreciate it without visiting. The Old Town is the heart of Dubrovnik, and if you don’t visit the Old Town then I’d suggest you really haven’t visited Dubrovnik at all. The streets, steps and bell towers all add to the magical character. The town is incredibly clean and you feel safe walking around the pedestrian only streets at all hours. You can find everything you need within the walls. The people of Dubrovnik and Croatia are the kindest, most helpful and friendly I have met. Every person that I met in shops, bars and restaurants made sure we had the best experience. Yes it’s expensive, but no more than any other European city tourist hotspot.
However, if you have any mobility issues or are unsteady on your feet you may struggle. There are only so many streets you can walk before facing a very steep set of steps.

Date of experience: June 2019
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