Villa Curic

3.5 out of 5 stars3.5 Stars

Mostarska 2F, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 37% more than similarly rated 3.5 star hotels

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  • Couples92
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Where to stay in Dubrovnik?

by Karahan

Pile, Ploce, Stari Grad, Gruz or Lapad?

Hi everybody,

Me and my friend is visiting Dubrovnik at the beginnig of September. We have limited time and we're going to stay for 2 days in Dubrovnik. (1 and half actually). So we would like to stay somewhere closer to the city and beaches. Which place would you recommend us to stay?

Also are those beaches free for everyone? Or do we have to pay for entering?

I've sent several emails for apartment owners that I could find from the internet. But only a few of them replied back. Don't they use the internet?

Thanks for any help,

Re: Where to stay in Dubrovnik?

by Hrvatica1

Most of the owners advertise on internet, but maybe one night's stay was not interesting for some of them, this is just my opinion.

Re: Where to stay in Dubrovnik?

by call_me_rhia

If you decide to stay in the old city, it's just so easy to find a place to stay.. Just go inside the old city and people will approach you and rent out rooms in their house. Crosscheck the location... thoough those offering rooms outside the old city, usually wait for people at the bus station or at the harbour. Last imte I was there we paid 50 euros for a double, right inside the walls. And the owner of the hosue was the nicest lady we've ever met.

Re: Where to stay in Dubrovnik?

by Karahan

Thanks everybody,

I think we'll stay around Pile or Ploce. We're planning to try that way (using local people who are approaching you) in Hvar cause of higher rates on the island.

Re: Where to stay in Dubrovnik?

by i-wan

Hi! I found Internet very helpful because of many choices of private accommodation advertising on websites.

try this one

it seems to have a very nice choice.

I hope this was helpful.

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Any time of year is good

by acemj

I was in Dubrovnik in the off-season, but even in February it is a beautiful place to visit. The weather is mild and the tourist crowds are absent, although you'll definitely sacrifice some of the ambience that the crowded cafes and improved nightlife in the summer months provides.

In July and August, Dubrovnik hosts a high brow Summer Festival featuring concerts and plays (think Shakespeare, not Broadway) in many of the city's beautiful courtyards and palaces.

Inside Maritime Museum

by jckim

History of Museum about Dubrovnik Port, Ships, Sea and Dubrovnik Fortress. there are variety of things are displayed for Dubrovnik area and local custom. situated by on the City Wall, during the City Wall Walking Tour.

Take a walk in the Austrian Park

by julie_dawson

Take a walk out the Pile Gate to explore this beautiful and quiet park. You can walk up the main road and turn left at Od Graca, but the more scenic way is to walk down to the little harbour (follow the signs for Orhan restaurant), then past Orhan up Od Tabakarije (the entrance to Fort Lovrijenac is just behind Orhan as well). Go up the steps. Slightly to your right you will see a lagr eshell-shocked building with tall spindly palm trees outside. Walk towards it but turn left immediately before you reach it. You will come to a car park and the entrance to Gradac, the park, is just across the road.

The park is a little like Lokrum in minature: wooded and almost abandoned-feeling, with crisscrossing paths, old fountains, pine needles underfoot, and a lovely view out to sea. Just blow the park on the seaward side is the Dance church and nunnery, and sometimes you can see the nuns working in the garden. Apparently they ring the bell to greet passing ships, though we didn't hear this. Would be a perfect early evening walk.


by davesut

The walls around Ston marked the northern edge of th eDubrovnik Republic. Mali Ston nearby has more restaurants and clearly a busier but less picturesqu place. We stopped off on the way to exploring parts of the Peljeclac Penninsula

Local buses

by TheWanderingCamel

Public transport in Dubrovnik is an excellent way to get around the environs of the city. With only two hotels actually inside the city walls, and a limited amount of private accommodation as well, most visitors will find themselves staying at varying distances from both the city and the beaches. No cars are permitted wirhin the city walls - and parking's very limited, so the bus is definitely the way to go.

Bus fares are 12 kuna if you buy your ticket on the bus, or 10 kuna if you buy it from a kiosk or newsstand. There's a main bus stop just outside the Pile Gate, tickets are available from the kiosk there.

The main bus station is in the port area of Gruz.

If you are coming from the airport, the airport bus will stop at the Pile Gate before going on to Gruz. Buses are scheduled to link up with flights arriving and leaving the airport and are much the best option. The fare is 35 kuna (about 5 euro) as opposed to 250 kuna for a taxi, though not all flight arrivals coincide with the bus timetable. For the return trip to the airport, you can catch the bus either at the Pile Gate or the Gruz bus station - allow yourself 2 hours.


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Address: Mostarska 2F, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia