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Wants to travel to Medjugorje

by Wernet

Hello I'm traveling to Dubrovnik to attend a convention in April 2009.
I'll be arriving on 18 or 19 April and I want to go visit Medjugorje.
How can you help me,with travel and lodging


Re: Wants to travel to Medjugorje

by TheWanderingCamel

There is just 1 bus a day from Dubrovnik to Medjugorje. It leaves at 1715 from the main bus station.

You may be able to arrange a seat in a minivan run by local taxi company. Contact Tomislav Radulovic

for more information


Re: Wants to travel to Medjugorje

by anteta2

You can also make a private tour with a driver-guide. There are some companies in Dubrovnik that make those excursions. You can contact one of them on e-mail

Re: Wants to travel to Medjugorje

by ragusium

You can take private car with driver and English speaking licensed guide in Dubrovnik.You can contact him-his Email is :

Re: Wants to travel to Medjugorje

by gospar

Best way to visit Medugorje is to hire a car in Dubrovnik and to drive there.
Try with Milenium car rental, they will explain you how to get there and give you road map also...
contact them on or send them e-mail on

Re: Wants to travel to Medjugorje

by mare9051

Maywbe you can hire an English speaking driver like we did last summer. Contact I found them on"hiring
a private driver in Croatia". They were very kind and professional.

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik


by croisbeauty

The area to the west of the city walls is named Pile, after the western entrance to the city. The area right in front of the gate is called Brsalje, which is important crossroad and reception point for day-trip tourists. The small bay of Pile is enchanting place, my favourite part of the entire city of Dubrovnik. There are not too many places on erth which can be compared with the beauty of Pile Bay. One should see it in the winter, under the strong wind called "bura", when high and mighty waves meet the rocks producing thunder and spume.

Hrvatskan (Croatian) Coins

by Martin_S.

The currency is the Kuna and the coins run from 1,5,10, 20, 50 parts of a Kuna
and then there are also coins of
1, 2 and 5 Kuna.

Just got a letter from Zdenka, the most reliable source on Croatia that I know, and she has told me that the coins are called Lipa. She also pointed out that only the coins that are under the denomination of 1Kuna are called Lipa, thanks yet one more time Zdenka !!!. ^O^

Lokrum's FKK (nude) area

by xeberus

Lokrum has a pleasant nude bathing area. It is NOT clothing optional. There is a sign upon entering that explicitely says that wearing swim suits is not acceptable there. The bathing surface is made of of huge rock slabs on which you can stretch out, which is nice because there are no small pebbles in your back and there is no sand in your folds and creases. Because Dubrovnik doesn't have much of a gay life, Lokrum fills in part of this void by acting as a meeting place (cruising ground) for gay men. If this is your thing, this is may be your place. If not, either ignore it or stay away altogether.

Sipan Island...

by coceng

The area of Sipan is 16.5 km2.
The biggest among the 3 islands & the least developed.
If you're after some peace and quiet and gentle hikes, this is one of the best places on the coast.
Ten minutes along the road to Suduradj, we can see the neglected villa on the harbourfront, which boosts a balcony supported by carved lions, and seems to be crying out for restoration.
Suduradj itself - little more than a clump of houses grouped around a bay - is overlooked by an imposing stone tower, all that remains of a summer palace belonging to the 16th century Dubrovnik shipowner Vice Stjpovic Skocibuha.


by croisbeauty about Opening ceremony

The opening ceremony of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival is colourful and joyfull. The town streets and squares are usualy overcrowded with numerous tourists and locals while the "festa" never ends before the dawn.


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