Villa Konalic

Rozat Donji 47, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia
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Bus Schedule

by caiquedc

Could someone tell me how long does it take a trip from Dubrovnik to Brela, in the Markarska Riviera, by bus?
Where can I take the bus in Dubrovnik and how often does it run?
Will be traveling to Brela on September 22.
Any information on this matter is welcome.
Thanks for your help.

Re: Bus Schedule

by K_V_B

This website has the answers:

Re: Bus Schedule

by TheWanderingCamel

for the timetable for departures from Dubrovnik bus station. You take the bus for Split and get off in Brela. It takes about 4 hours. Dubrovnik's bus station is in the Gruz area next to where the ferries and cruise ships berth, a 15 minute bus ride from the old city centre. Buy your ticket at the booking office and they will tell you which bay to go to. If you have a aprticular time to leave in mind and have time, buy your ticket in advance as the buses can be full. Big pieces of luggage generally go in the lockers under the bus and you have to pay a small amount for each piece. The conductor will give you a ticket for your luggage and will stow it in an appropriate position for your destination. There are several bus companies on the route but there is little difference between them. Sit on the left of the bus going towards Makarska as the view is better.

Re: Bus Schedule

by K_V_B

I travelled on the Dubrovnik - Split bus in May, and the buses were not realy crowded. No problem at all to get a ticket for the first departure. I wouldn't expect buses to be full in September.

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Touch the history

by IngaA

Dubrovnik has a really interesting and somehow atrange history. The old town is saurrounded by the large brick walls, designed to protect city from various tribes during the Middle Age, and actually never used for that purpose. The Republic of Dubrovnik survived many regimes changing one another in europe and was never destroyed. Not because of the big stone walls but due to the outstanding diplomatic efforts, which by the way, were successful. Old Town. The completely preserved area. Medieval "island" inside "Great Croatian Wall", if can say so. I didn't see the Great Chinese Wall but I bet Dubrovnik Wall can compete, at least by its beauty.
And what a strange life it is. Those walls survived several centuries of constant wars all around and finally the city took its most severe destruction caused by the civic war. On the wall there is a map where all the objects are shown, which suffered of bombings. The map is full of those little circles. They destroyed the original roofs and the municipal authorities had to replace them with new ones.
On nthe walls you can see the statue of St. Vlaho (Blaise), the protector of Dubrovnik, surveing the town and greeting us.


by croisbeauty

Which is the tbest time to visit Dubrovnik? Hard to say, I've missed to see Dubrovnik in the winter time only and would like to see the scenery when huge waves touch the city walls. Was here in the spring and early autumn but couldn't avoid the groups of tourists from whole the world. Have spend summer holidays here but instead of city hotels I escaped to nearby Cavtat and Zaton. Strolling around Dubrovnik, in the peak of the summer season, might be nightmare to those who don't feel comfortable in the crowd, on the other hand it might be enjoyable experience meeting around people of all ages, listening so many different languages, watching diversity of colours, cultures, behaviours. Some like it in spring, some in autumn but to me Dubrovnik is the most beautiful in the summer time. I don't care much if it is overcrowded, if there is no free places in restaurants or cafe-bars, if I have to wait more then hour to get to the nearby islands, all of it is just a small price we have to pay when visiting such a beauty. Nothing can be compensated with long bright days under the sun.

Boating in the Adriatic

by acemj

Some people come to Croatia just to sail in the Adriatic Sea. One look at the glistening blue water and the beautiful coastline will tell you why. Island hopping in this area of the world is one of the most pleasurable sports I can think of. Check out this site for some information on a yacht charter in Dubrovnik.

A stroll on the island of Lokrum

by xeberus

Lokrum is a great place to go to get wonderful views of the city of Dubrovnik. As the boat moves away from the town, enjoy the wonderful sight of the old walled city, but also look down at the waters teaming with fish. As you approach the island on a pleasant day, you'll notice the emerald to turquoise coloring of the water. After disembarking you'll see a map of the island. Head to the nearby abandoned Benedictine monastery. It's a lovely serene place, despite the restaurant built in it's walls. Enjoy a stroll through the old olive grove. If you take the hefty walk up hill you'll come to an old abandoned fortress with a view of the city. On a pleasant day, this can be a great place for a picnic. While waiting for a boat back to town, you may want to relax at the cafe near the dock and grab a Ozuljsko beer and sit in the shade of an umbrella. Or you may want to take advantage of Lokrum's bathing ops, either with or without attire.

Friday Night

by dmrtn

Out of season Dubrovnik's nightlife is pretty quiet. Friday night for example was very, very quiet in the centre, Thursday and Saturday were the big nights out. In fact on other nights the Irish bar was the only place with any life at all. And half of the people in there were Irish :-) It wasn't exactly what I was looking for but it was good fun pretty much anything


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