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A day in Dubrovnik

by ernestoamy

Hello all, our cruise will stop in Dubrovnik and we will have about 7-8 hours to do things. What is your reccomendation of things to do/see? What about tranportation from the pier. I am thinking once ther is all walking distances? One person in our party is in her 70's so we try not to have long walks if possible.
Thank you for your input.

Re: A day in Dubrovnik

by grets

You are most likely to be mooring in the port outside Dubrovnik where most of the large cruise ships dock. There is a bus that runs from there right to Pile Gate.

Onde inside the old town, everything is within easy walking distance. There are plenty of cafés and restaurants where you can rest and watch the world go by.

The old town walls are worth a look, you can either walk all the way round or part way, depending on how mobile the 70-year old is. Try to do the wall walk early in the morning or later in the afternoon, as it get very hot in the middle of the day.

Re: A day in Dubrovnik

by peakfrean

Yes, take the buse to Pile Gate. Once you get there, the great thing is that the majority of streets are narrow so you are sheltered from the sun. If the 70 year old person in your party is not up to the Walls (which are a must see if possible) then they may well enjoy the Dominican Monestery if they enjoy art. There are many shady and cool places to visit within the city walls.

Re: A day in Dubrovnik

by Mikebb

Hi, You will be transferred to the Old Town, right on the water. I think the highlight is walking the town walls, great views of ocean,etc, turrets, look back down on the town. If possible just walk a short section it is a great experience, look at photos on my page and you will understand why I say this.

Whena cruise boat arrives it is extremely busy in the old town, people everywhere, walk some of the side streets to avoid crowds, you will see some interesting things and people live here. Then walk to the small harbour area, get an outside table, have something to eat and watch the world go by.

Good Luck,
Mike

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Old city of Dubrovnik. Walk...

by Martin_S.

Old city of Dubrovnik. Walk the wall around the city, some of the sights from the wall are great, especially the view of the roofs and the view to sea on the northern side of the city. When we were in Dubrovnik we visited the old city. When you see those little wooden doors in the walls, try walking through them. We found one that led through the wall and we ended up on a 'beach' outside the wall toward the sea. This beach was a series of stone steps which led directly from the door into the sea.

Literature in Dubrovnik

by karenincalifornia

Dubrovnik is proud of its many poets and playrights. The most famous Dubrovnik poets is Ivan F. Gundulic, who died in 1638. A statue of him was erected in one of the main squares honoring his greatness.

Hard to Find Bar

by Psife

We found, thx to another guest at the hostel, a great little place outside the City Walls of the old town. To get to it you have to pass through the City Wall behind the Jesuit Church.

It's the only opening towards the ocean in the City Wall and marked by s small "Drinks" sign. On the other side on the steep cliffs and small terraces is a small bar.

To sit there and enjoy a beer (Croatian of course) and watch the sun set into the ocean...

Well, just imagine it ;-)

The Pomena bay in evening...

by croisbeauty

The Pomena Bay and the hotel Odisej offers spectacular view in the twilight. It is the time of the day when the small port become very bussy place. Many boats and yachts enters in a bay to spend the night.

By BOAT @ Gruz

by nsbm

Arriving by sea you come to the port of GRUZ only 20 minutes by taxi or frequent local bus to Dubrovnik. Info is easily available as you leave the prot and enter the town.

Good roads link here to the rest of Croatia.

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