Boutique & Beach Hotel Villa Wolff

Nika i Meda Pucica 1, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Boutique & Beach Hotel Villa Wolff
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Easter in Dubrovnik

by dermot224

Will be in Dubrovnik next Easter. Just wondering will everywhere be open on Good Friday And Easter Sunday .Thanks Dermot

Re: Easter in Dubrovnik

by aaa3

From this year, in Croatia all stores are closed not just on Easter, but on every sunday except in high season (from 01.06 to 01.10. and in december). On saturdays, most of the stores are working only to 2 pm.
Bars and restaurants are working every day.

Re: Easter in Dubrovnik

by gospar

Hi there,
all shops will be closed on Easter Sunday and Monday..
On friday they will work normally.
Only few restaurants will be open on Sunday and Monday..

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Tell Tale Roofs

by tpal

Photos of jumbled terra-cotta roof lines are nothing new to travelers around the world, specially in Europe. Here in Dubrovnik, however, the tiles tell a different story. There is an uneasy newness to a vast majority of roofs. This, of course, is a result of the almost constant shelling endured by the people of Dubrovnik during the awful war of the 1990's.

From October of 1991 to August 1992 the relentless bombing damaged over 70% of the buildings of Old Town. Today it is still not difficult to find reminders of the war in the scarred masonry and, of course, the hundreds of thousands of new roof tiles.

Intro Photo: This view is from the western wall near the Pile Gate looking down into courtyard of the Convent of St. Claire. It appears that a restaurant is operating within the courtyard.

Photo 2: This view is from a point just beyond the Bokar Fortress looking to the east. In the lower right corner of the photo, the rubble remnants of a destroyed building can be seen.

Photo 3: This photo was taken from a point above the Buža Gate looking south toward the Adriatic. The low dome in the center is the Church of St. Blaize in Luža Square. Beyond can be seen the Katedrala of Dubrovnik silhouetted against the sea.

Photo 4: This view is from a point approaching the Minčeta Tower looking nearly straight down into a hidden garden.

Photo 5: From the Minčeta Tower a spectacular overview of Old Town can be seen with Lokrum Island in the distance.

Marin Drzic Theater

by KristaB

Marin Drzic theater evolved from Bondin theater, established in 1865.
I will try to figure out the number of professional actors per capita in Dubrovnik,
because many Croatian actors originate from here, really interesting ...
It is quite a small stage, but its drama and comedy expand to city streets, and make regular chitchat more passionate.
"Have you seen the public dress rehearsal or the gala premiere? "

During summer months the theater is open for public - I found it revamped into a lovely display of costumes and artifacts. Every loggia was dedicated to one of its prominent actors and his/her most famous role.

Marin Drzic was born in Dubrovnik in 1508. He studied clerical law, but wasn't really keen about such career, so he never finished his education. He began preparing satiric plays for carnival celebrations, written in simple language, making a parody of human imperfections. And there were always plenty of spicy stories around to inspire him.
His plays are still very popular today - to some aspects of human stupidity we will always laugh and never learn.
His death in Venice at the age of 59 was never really explained.

Get out of the city

by Kiwigirlie

The camp ground we were staying at was very discreetly advertised. Just north of the city (7km) and down a short road to the waters edge. The camp ground manager was a very friendly chap who directed us to the head of the inlet to a spot I would say only the locals knew about. It was like someone had craved the ledge out of the rock especially for fishing!! But it was a perfect place for sunbathing & swimming too.
Just inside the inlet is another dock. Made of concrete and position in such a way it was hidden from view. From a tree on the opposite bank was a rope swing. And before you could say "Merry Christmas", Austin had stripped off to his togs (swim wear) and was diving in to have a go. It was sensational! I would say that there a lots of places like this on the Croatian coast but it's just a matter of asking around. The locals know where to go and they don't mind sharing their secrets if you are polite but keen!

The island of Mljet

by croisbeauty

The island of Mljet, situated approx. two hours by ferry from Dubrovnik, is partly a National Park worth of visiting.
Most outstanding natural features are dual salt lakes which are interconnected and also linked with the sea. The lakes are surrounded my magnificent pine forest and in the moddle of Great Lake there is a tiny but captivating Isle of St. Mary.

Great, if only they had a license!

by acemj about Cervantes Tapas Bar

Since it was literally right below my room, I decided to check out this bar. It bills itself as a Spanish Tapas Bar, but because the kitchen is a few centimeters too short to meet the city code and get the proper license, they are unable to serve anything beyond drinks and a cheese, prust and bread plate. They literally only had one Spanish wine (Torres, Sangre de Toro), but I enjoyed sampling some good Croatian vinos. The interior is small, but really warm and cozy.

The bartender on the night I was there was a Canadian guy named Vlaho. His father is from Croatia and Vlaho was studying in an American run university program in Dubrovnik. After hanging out for awhile, a couple older guys wandered in and Vlaho started talking with them. Then, he handed me another glass of wine and said it was from the gentleman on my right. I looked over at him, and Vlaho said, "meet my dad!" We ended up hanging out awhile and had a great time talking about life in both North America and in Croatia.


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