Valamar Lacroma Resort

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Iva Dulcica, Babin Kuk, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
59%
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Very Good
31%
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Average
6%
32
Poor
1%
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 40% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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Transport to/from Valamar Lacroma Resort

by Anna_369

Hello,

Me and a friend are visiting Dubrovnik in July, and are considering staying at the Valamar Lacroma Resort (located on Iva Dulcica 34), however, we are a little worried about transport to and from the town itself, as the resort appears to be located a fair bit outside of town and we would like to see the town as well during our vacation. :)

So the question is, is there any buses running from this area to central Dubrovnik? How much would they cost and how frequently do they run?

How much, approximately, would it cost to catch a cab for this distance? (It's supposed to be about 6 km, although I'm sure any locals will know better than I whether that is correct or not.)

Any help much appreciated!

/Anna.

Re: Transport to/from Valamar Lacroma Resort

by smb9733

Hi there,

I have stayed twice at a wonderful guesthouse on Iva Dulcica (31 B, specifically) that had a wonderful charm and a very hospitable family that can recommend the best things to do that only locals would know.

I highly recommend it and their house is located right next to the bus station, where the bus would take you right to the old town in 10-15 min. It is worth checking out as they are close to Lapad Beach, Copa Cabanna Beach and restaurants, shopping. Lapad is the new "in" place to stay and that is where I will again be staying this summer.

Check out the link below for details on this guesthouse

http://www.adriatic-home.com/en/Croatia/Holiday-Rentals/Dubrovnik/Rooms/7855

Safe and happy travels!

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Great architecture

by codrutz

All houses are built from a special stone, from the island of Brac. Also the pavement is made from this stone. What is interesting about this stone is the fact that it gets very shiny after years of walking on it. The White House is known to be made of stone from Brac island..like houses in Dubrovnik

Test your manhood

by acemj

Just outside the Franciscan Monastery on the western side of the Old Town (on the main street, Stradun), you'll see this worn, stone gargoyle jutting from the wall at about shin level. I have know idea why, but it has become a tradition for men to test their manhood by standing on the top of this stone, shirts off, facing the wall, with their arms outstretched. The longer the guy can balance on the stone, the more of a man he apparently is. I figured since I had just survived a beating in Split, I had nothing to prove!

Saint Vlahe

by codrutz

Saint Vlahe is the protector of Dubrovnik..and it's said to be also a protector against colds and throat illnes..so I was very confidend I will not catch a cold...but in the last days of the trip I caught a big cold (which I'm trying now to overcome)..so..the legend is nice....:)

Off the REALLY beaten path

by acemj about Get off of Stradun

When you're in the Old Town, make sure you don't spend all of your time on Stradun. Sure, many people have called it the most beautiful street in the world. Sure, it's lined with great cafes and shops. Sure, it begins with a beautiful monastery and ends with a great square with a Venetian-style palace and a beautiful church. But make sure you venture off of Stradun and explore the streets that run parallel to it, particular on the side closest to the water. There are plenty of good shops to keep you busy here.

Getting to Dubrovnik from the UK

by davtheman

Look for a direct flight to anywhere in Croatia and you could be quoted prices anywhere up to £600 return. For the budget traveller it makes more sense to travel to Bari in Southern Italy with Ryanair and catch an overnight Jadrolignia Ferry to Dubrovnik. Bear in mind that there isn't much to do in Bari and that it is impossible to find a restaurant open for a quick dinner before the ferry departs.

Also, prepare for the biggest crush ever trying to get through Bari ferry terminal! The ferries themselves are comfortable enough, have a bar where you can get cheap Croatian wine, and a characterless restaurant for dinner and breakfast. Costs around £50 one way.

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 Valamar Lacroma Resort

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Address: Iva Dulcica, Babin Kuk, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia