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Transportation from Cruise Ship

by canadadel

I will be arriving in dubrovnik by cruise ship on September 10, 2010. How far is it from where the Holland America cruise ships dock and the old city? Are there buses or cabs that can transport me from the dock to the old city? Does anyone know what that might cost?

Re: Transportation from Cruise Ship

by travelgourmet

No problem getting from the cruise ship docks to Old Town Dubrovnik. Not sure of the distance, maybe 3 miles at the most, but it only took about 10 minutes to get there from the cruise ship I was on. Ours docked near the beautiful bridge in Dubrovnik. Buses and taxis are at the docks or out on the street. The taxi price is about $10 for four people. The buses can be local at the street or at the dock, cruise ships run an Old Town back to dock bus, many free of charge. Many of the cruise ships do stay out in the bay with tenders to bring you ashore. The buses go to the Pile Gate entrance and the Old Town is vehicle free, so it makes it nice to walk without fear of cars. Make sure to have a few Kuna but Euros are accepted with many stores closed from 1-4 pm. Walk the little paths to see boutiques and unique stores in the Old Town. I have a few tips and photos on my VT pages: http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/736c8/5ead1/

Re: Transportation from Cruise Ship

by MedChick

Hi there,

Lucky you! You're gonna love Dubrovnik!

Here's a few tips on how to get to the Old Town:

1) Cruise line organized shuttle- usually, there is a charge for it, approx.$10 return per person. The shuttle will drop you off at Pile Gate, which is a gate in the Dubrovnik wall and the point where pedestrians only traffic starts.

2)Taxis- they are available right by the ship gangway, $10 per taxi, one way. If you want to take a taxi back, preferably arrange a pick up time with your taxi driver. Finding a taxi to go back in the afternoon can be real nerve wracking as all the taxis are busy. But if none of these options work, you can always stand in line to use the cruise line organized shuttle (lines can be veeeeeery long).

3. Local buses - a local bus stop is on the main road, right by the Main bus station which is next to the Cruise Terminal. Yo use the local bus, you need to have local money. There is an ATM machine at the Main Bus station.

To find out more about Dubrovnik cruise ship dock and getting downtown, check here: http://www.mediterranean-cruise-ports-easy.com/getting-to-dubrovnik.html

Happy Sailing!

Med Chick

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

A medieval maze

by karenincalifornia

Dubrovnik is a web of narrow streets and alleys converging onto the main promenade, the Stradun or Placa. Some of the streets are made up of stairs like this one and go straight up the hill. Explore these side streets – you’ll find charming restaurants and shops. This street takes you up to the residential part of the old town on the north or hillside part of town, and it's a good workout, too!

Lapad Area

by sandysmith

Lapad peninsula (See map pic 2)is regarded as one of the most beautiful parts of Dubrovnik. Its beach is the largest beach in Dubrovnik and is located in Lapad bay, very close to the Lapad walking Zone and in the near vicinity of several hotels, many restaurants, cafe bars, tennis courts, children playgrounds. Inbetween Lapad nad the Babin Kuk peninsula is Uvula Bay. Unfortunatelt we only got to sail past this area on a boat trip but it did indeed look very pleasant.

Water polo

by canaglic

Dubrovnik's waterpolo "Divlja Liga" (Wild League) games are played on this beach, a traditional amateur league played by teams, each representing one of Dubrovnik beaches. These games are always very interesting and even funny. There are lots of supporters on stands cheering for their beach and atmosphere is better then on official waterpolo games.

Wine Tasting On the Peljesac Peninsula

by Callavetta

One of my Atlas tours was a wine tasting tour of the PeljesacPeninsula. About an hour north of Dubrovnik, along the coast, the Peljesac Peninsula has dozens of small family vineyards, miles and miles of vine covered, rocky hillsides, steep coastal views, and lovely quiet bays.

We stopped at three family wineries were we were given tours and generous tasting opportunities. Naturally we were also given the opportunity to purchase wines (quiet inexpensive and not bad... even to this Northern California wine enthusiast!). We enjoyed a delicious lunch of soup, cheeses, bread and wine at one of the wineries.

Our tour was repeated in English, French and German and the entire group enthusiastically sang the chorus of "In Vino Veritas" on the bus, over, and over, and over, and over, and over.....

But a fun day was had by all.

Can't escape the Irish

by acemj about Pub Karaka (Irish Pub)

There is an Irish pub just off of Stradun in the Old Town that supposedly is a great spot during the tourist season. In February, it's pretty dead, but that gave me a chance to sit and talk with the Croatian bartenders and learn some things about local affairs. I had a pint for 24kn (about 4 USD) and hung out awhile talking sports, girls and travel with these guys. Inside, it definitely has that authentic Irish feel (except for the lack of customers!!). The guys told me that between June and August, it's standing room only and most of the people inside are actually tourists from Ireland!

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