Apartments Kovacec Dubrovnik

Cingrije 10, Vis-a-Vis Hotel Bellevue, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia
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View from Church of St. Ignatius, DubrovnikView from Church of St. Ignatius, Dubrovnik

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Masks and fountain spoutsMasks and fountain spouts

sign at the portsign at the port

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Public transport in and around Dubrovnik

by Kettleman

Looking at a trip in October to Dubrovnik and would like to avoid hiring a car.

Is it feasible to use public transport to get from airport to city and locally? May have hotel in Stikovica Bay?


Cheers.

Re: Public transport in and around Dubrovnik

by tango_jd

Bookmark - I am interested to know about this - especially from nearby resorts

Re: Public transport in and around Dubrovnik

by dino335

Buses meet all incoming flights and go to central bus station 30 minute trip. The town has good local bus service info here: http://www.croatiatraveller.com/southern_dalmatia/Dubrovnik/Travel/Airport.html

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Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Superb fortress..ancient history and nice views

by codrutz

The fortress surrounding the old city, on the peninsula. Almost everything is made from a perfect quality stone that was made on a island named Brac, from houses, churches and pavement (the pavement in years caught a superb brightly shine). The tour of the walls...with the spuerb view of the Adriatic Sea..the islands..the ferries..and the inner protected city

DRINK TO YOUR THIRST

by travelgourmet

It can become quite warm during the summer months in Dubrovnik and it has been that way since the building of the fortress town. The population could enjoy a bit of fresh water upon their lips or to refresh the body with a handful of water behind the neck. That's what I did at one of the many colorful and distinct water fountains found in and around the streets that make up Dubrovnik.

The fountain in the picture may not be the most famous or the largest in the walled city, save that for the Onofrio Fountain, near the west Pile Gate entrance, which was built by the Italian, Onofrio de La Cava in 1440. He brought the water inside the city walls to flow through all the fountains built or to be built within the fortress, so that all could cleanse themselves to prevent disease. Way ahead of his time, Onofrio, to this day, helps to cleanse and refresh the local and tourist at Onofrio's Fountain. Of course, the restaurants help to refresh the tourist as well with a cold bottle of beer.

Cavtat

by TheWanderingCamel

Across the bay from Dubrovnik lies Cavtat, the southern-most seaside town in Croatia. Once a little fishing village, Cavtat's incarnation as a tourist destination dates back to the last years of the Austro-Hungarian Empire. Its proximity to Dubrovnik makes it an ideal place to head for on a day trip from the city. Alternatively, if you're planning to stay a few days in the area, you could make Cavtat your base and make the trip across to Dubrovnik for some sightseeing whilst enjoying the more relaxed atmosphere of Cavtat and its beaches for most of your holiday.

Our visit here was limited to an evening stroll down by the water, a delicious meal in a waterside restaurant and a quick flip back into town in the morning to take a couple of photos. We hadn't intended to stay there at all but a last minute change of plans had taken us south into Montenegro for a day rather than heading north from Dubrovnik as we had intended, with the result that we needed somewhere to spend the night. Maybe next time we're down this way we'll come back and stay for a little longer. Then we could check out those churches (the parish church of Sv Nicholas and the Franciscan monastery church of Our Lady of the Snows), have as swim at one of the numeropus little beaches around the peninsula, walk up to the hilltop cemetery to see the white marble Racic Mausoleum and browse through the shops and galleries that no seaside town here seems to be without. Lunch back at that restaurant ( was it the Konoba Ivan?, I think so) would be good too.

If a day trip is what you want, water taxis make the trip out from Dubrovnik's old harbour ; the journey takes about 40 minutes. The bus takes the same. Going by sea and back by bus or taxi would be the way to do it. The road around the coast is lovely and, being high, affords you classic views of Dubrovnik as you approach the city.

Rupe

by croisbeauty

St. Mary district is the oldest part of Dubrovnik, it is situated to the west of the Jesuit Church towards the fortress of Bokar. It is where the old grain store of Rupe is situated. The Republic gave particular attention to reserves of grain, in case of siege or famine. The city had several grain stores, Rupe (pits) being the largest and the most interesting from the architectural point of view. This granary was built between 1542 and 1590, fifteen deep dry cisterns with a capacity of 150 wagons of grain were bored in the living rock. Nowadays the building houses The Ethnographic Museum of the city.

Beers on tap

by tpk2 about Pub Karaka (Irish Pub)

Karaka is the other of the two Irish pubs in Dubrovnik old town. In addition to Guinness and Kikenny, Karaka serves some Croatian and German(!) beers on tap. Tap beers are around 15-25 kunas (2-4 euros) per pint.

The pub shows all major sporting events (Sky Sport and Setanta Sport) + has some Irish music evenings, especially during the high season (July-August).

Karaka is open from 10 to 24 every day. Happy hour from 15 to 18.

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