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Obodska 10, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Forum Posts

crossing border

by recannie

Hi, I would like to know, if i am travelling from split to dubrovnik, do i require a Visa? or if i am coming into dubrovnik via bari do i still need Visa? thank you.

Re: crossing border

by Redang

I suppose not, but I also suppose that it depends on where you are from, for UE members, no need

Re: crossing border

by leics

Without knowing your citizenship it is impossible to say whether you need a visa to enter Croatia (from any direction).

It is your citizenship which is relevant, not how you enter a country (any country).

You can find Croatian visa requirements for any citizenship here, on the Croatian embassy in the UK homepage:

Re: crossing border

by Dabs

Are you talking about traveling through Bosnia on the way from Split to Dubrovnik? When we did that several years ago via bus, we did not need a visa for Croatia or for traveling through Bosnia with US Citizenship. They did stop the bus and check our passports.

Re: crossing border

by recannie

i'ii be travelling from bari by ferry to dubrovnik, and i am malaysian, what you suggested was i can apply visa when entering croatia?thanks

Re: crossing border

by leics

I do not think visa on arrival is available.

Check the link I gave you, where you will find all Croatia visa requirements listed by country.

It seems that ordinary Malaysian citizens do not need a visa to enter Croatia, but you should contact your nearest Croatian embassy to be certain. Visa requirements can change and even official websites are not always quickly updated.

Re: crossing border

by recannie

thank you so much.

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

City Wall Walking Tour

by jckim

Best make choice of view to old city panorama by City Wall Walking Tour.
view about Minceta tower, Poil tower,
Old city port, Maritime museum, and Seaside.
I was take about 3hours.
don't miss it.
Tip: Keep the walking tour ticket.
four ticket check point.

Vrata Ploèe

by croisbeauty

The eastern entrance to the city, Vrata Ploèe (the Ploèe Gate), is protected by a complex of walls, towers and fortifications. As the detached fortress Revelin is also in front of the city walls, the estern antrance consists of an outer and inner gate. The inner gate is smaller and nuilt in the Romanesque style and is protected by the high tower Kula od Ploèa (Asimon), built in the 24th century. The outer gate is built by Simeone della Cava in mid 15th century. The stone bridge over the defence ditch is also built in mid 15th century.

Amazingly different way to see the Adriatic Coast

by julesmorgan

This is a Dalmatian kayaking tour with a twist. Not only do you get to see the stunning coastline that all the companies offer, but with the traditional boat in support you feel as though you are paddling in a postcard. The tour starts out in Korcula Town, the home of Marco Polo, and finishes in Dubrovnik. Along they way we visit wineries, the oyster farms and have the 'best breakfast in Dalmatia' at Seka's house. The tour is a real adventure - except for the first and last nights in very nice accommodation, the rest of the tour is spent outdoors. You are fully immersed in the local culture and history. All meals, based on the region's marine heritage, are included. The equipment is what makes this expedition memorable. Lifejacket Adventures provides all the kayaking equipment that you would expect. But it is the support boat that is amazing. We used a gajeta falkusa, a traditional fishing boat from Komiza, on Vis Island. They are currently renovating an even larger vessel; a leut. These boats act as the under-stars sleeping platform, kitchen and classroom for lessons on local maritime heritage.


by jacob_m

If you have some extra time in Dubrovnik you can make an excursion to Bosnia-Herzegovina. The town of Mostar is not far from Dubrovnik and there are daily buses to Sarajevo.
As a matter of fact if you go by bus from Zagreb or Split to Dubrovnik you pass through Bosnia-Herzegovina as the country has a small part of the coast. It takes only about 10 mins or less to pass but if you go by bus a policeofficer will board the bus and check passports or, if you are a Croatian citizen, a valid ID-card, the same applies if you go by car.

Same music every night

by biggeorge about Latino Club

Everyone goes here but its always the same ,the D.J is suspicously good lookiing ,i say susipicous because she plays the same cheesy tunes in the same order every night ,a more cynical person than myself would say she was a looker with a CD player.

Was usually busy with any back packers in town but fills up with locals at the weekend , the locals can be a bit moody ,but a bought drink or a comment on the mighty Croatia's expertise in Football ,or Water Polo will give the cultural divide a good kicking. Open till 4ish as well which is always nice. NO ,you can wear flip-flops if you like


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