Villa Flores

Sv. Josipa 5, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia
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August 12,13,14 Dubrovnik VT Meeting :-)

by AyurinHiro


I and my husband Hiro and my mother Takako will be in Dubrovnik from August 11(Monday) till August 15th Friday.

We would love to meet locals or travellers in Zagreb :-)
Why don't you meet up and chat over dinner (or a cup of coffee) together?

Our schedule
August 11th Monday late night, we will arrive at Dubrovnik airport (from Zagreb)
August 15th Friday morning, we will leave Dubrovnik for Zagreb

So, August 12(Tuesday),13(Wednesday),14(Thursday) will be convenient for us.
Let's meet up on one of these dates!

We are really looking forward to hearing from you!

Re: August 12,13,14 Dubrovnik VT Meeting :-)

by loonytoon01

Hi!I'll most likely be in Zagreb at that time and for the most of the day, any day, I'm in a gallery/ internet point. So, as not to advertise on VT :), contact me on my VT mail and we can meet there or wherever else suits you. Although, please check a few days b4 as I am guiding and sometimes tours pop out unexpectedly. Also, if you have any additional questions do not hesitate to ask. Hope you enjoy your trip!

Re: August 12,13,14 Dubrovnik VT Meeting :-)

by AyurinHiro


Thank you very much for your reply :-)
We are looking forward to our Croatia trip!

We really hope we can meet you...
A VT member "CyberCroat" might be able to meet us,too.
(Zagreb Forum)

Yes, I will check whether you are free or not before our trip.
Hope to see you!!!
Thank you!

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

View of bridge from the harbour

by davesut

This is the raod bridge which saves everyone an amazing amount of time. I've no idea how long it has been there but the raod map we bought did not have this on. If you want something spectacular to do there are bungee jumps from this bridge, not for me I'm afraid.

Urban life in Dubrovnik

by karenincalifornia

People do actually live within the city walls of Dubrovnik. Residents on the south side (sea side) have the pleasure of tourists walking along the city wall gawking at their backyards and snapping pictures.

As a gawking tourist, I found this backyard very charming – with its covered patio, laundry drying on the line, fruit trees, outdoor brick oven and satellite dish.

walking the walls

by call_me_rhia

This is a lovely "elevated" walk - in the sense that it takes you all over and around the fortified part of Dubrovnik waking along the old city walls. The walls encircle the entire town: they were built between the 8th and 16th century - and take you past some 6 forts or bastions, 3 round towers and 12 square towers and several rocky beaches. The place to start it is from Pile Gate - from there you can buy the ticket (15 kn) to access the walls. Done this? Then you can start the walking tour - anti-clockwise!

Between Dubrovnik and Cavtat,...

by Kamen_mali

Between Dubrovnik and Cavtat, tourists usually miss visiting Zupa dubrovacka and its picturesque townships KUPARI, SREBRENO, MLINI, SOLINE and PLAT.
For more info contact their tourist office,

You can also visit (or go for a great, but EXPENSIVE meal) in 'KONAVOSKI DVORI'. It is in a valley of Konavle (20 minutes by car from Cavtat), in the lust greenery of the old wood in an ancient mill. You can enjoy smoked cheese kept in oil, young lamb and veal baked under the iron bell, home baked bread ....
Tel: +385/20/791039; 442573
Fax: +385/20/791453

Also, don't miss a trip to those beautiful islands around Dubrovnik (KOLOCEP, SIPAN, LOPUD) and to MLJET (national park).
MLJET has old thick forests, two picturesque salt water lakes (connected with each other and the sea), many sandy and gravel beaches, plentiful fishing grounds. There are remains of Illyrian castles and many ruins from the Roman times. The most valuable monument from the Romanesque period is the monastery on the small island in Veliko Jezero (Big Lake). An island within an island!
If you can visit KORCULA which undoubtedly holds a privileged position among Croatian islands. According to legend, Korcula was established by the Trojan hero Anthenor in the 12 century BC. Ancient Greek and Roman writers speak of the city of Korkyra Melania. The Latin version of the name is Corcyra Nigra, Black Corcyra, because of the thick woods on the island. The island of famous stonemasons, esteemed shipbuilders, sharp merchants and tanacious sea captains is the home of the unequaled explorer and travel writer Marco Polo. In the long history, the town streets, laid out in a regular herring-bone pattern, have seen many battles. Nowdays, each summer they come to life with the old knight's dance of Moreska (the dance evokes the battles with the Moors). In Blato there is another, equally interesting knights' dance called 'Kumpanija'. It symbolises the struggle for freedom.
For more info (airtickets, boat tickets, excursions, private accommodation, currency exchange) contact tourist agencies:
'ASTAREA' - tel: +385/20/478464; 478165
fax: +385/20/478623
'ATLAS' - tel: +385/20/442222
fax: +385/20/411100
'GULLIVER' - tel: +385/20/419109
fax: +385/20/419119
tel/fax: +385/20/419129

Travel agency 'ADRIANA' (from Cavtat) has some interesting trips by boat (if you can, go on a trip by oldtimer 'RODITELJ'; see picture .... it is a unique experience). They organize trips Cavtat-Mlini-Dubrovnik-Cavtat and a trip to Elahphiti, three island cruise (fish picnic).
For more info tel/fax: +385/20/471199
mobile: +385/98/504037

The Border Pass by Bus

by jckim

If you from Kotor, Montenegro to Dubrovnik, Croatia, only one bus from Kotor 13:15pm(6.5euro). some difficult border pass Montenegro between Croatia. because no run direct bus border cross. get off bus before Montenegro border and walking to border office( check passport departure permit ) and walking again, come to Croatia border office( check passport and baggage, admission into a Croatia ) and walking again to first resting place in Croatia, and? just waiting till come to a bus.I think it's take a nearly 40min border pass time.


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Address: Sv. Josipa 5, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia