Villa Peric Studios

Dalamatankska, Lapad Peninsula, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Dubrovnik Wall Walk

by Luckysailor

What is the cost of self-guided wall walk in US dollars?

Re: Dubrovnik Wall Walk

by Mikebb

Hi, I cannot recall paying anything, if so it must have been next to nothing. The wall is fantastic, give yourself at least 2 hours, have a look at my Dubrovnik pages, the phots of the wall and view are fantastic and if the entry fee is that much it is still worth doing.

Good Luck,

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

A walled city

by acemj

Outside of the city walls, Dubrovnik is no more remarkable than most coastal Croatian towns. I was surprised to learn that its population is only 30,000. After all, it is probably the best known tourist destination in the country (although here on VT there are more Zagreb tips than Dubrovnik ones), but most of what you're likely going to be interested in is located inside the Old Town.

Rising above the Old Town, you'll find Mount Srd and the now empty Fort Imperial, which was built by Napolean's occupying army in 1808. I didn't make it all the way up the hill, but even half-way up, the views are spectacular.

Interesting signs

by acemj

There was a massive earthquake here in 1667, which destroyed much of the city and when it was reconstructed, the government at the time and the subsequent generations preserved a measure of uniformity by making sure that all of the shops had identical doors and windows. That tradition has stuck to this day.

Historic preservation is a great idea and in Dubrovnik, this idea is fully understood. As a result, the stores and restaurants located in the Old Town are not allowed to put whatever kind of sign they choose outside their door. Nope. Instead, they use these little lamps to advertise the business name.

Don't miss Lopud

by marktynernyc

Spend a day on the island of Lopud. A 50 minute Jadrolinija ferry ride (22 kn) from Dubrovnik and then a 20 minute walk to the other side of the island and to the beach Sipan. Sandy beach and sea bottom nestled in a pine tree cove. Be sure to walk around the island - beautiful vistas. Set aside some time to have lunch at one of the restaurants facing the cove in the town. The cove has a wonderful promenade lined with palm trees and a few restaurants with seating along the water's edge - really special.

Pretty handwork

by TheWanderingCamel about Stalls by the harbour

If you've read any of my shopping tips on other pages , you'll know that I love textiles - they make ideal souvenirs - as well as usually being part of a long tradition of local customs, they're unbreakable, functional and often an important source of income for the women of the community.
When I first went to Dubrovnik, nearly 40 years ago, there were women selling their handwork from stalls set up in the shade of the city's walls down near the harbour - I was delighted to see they're still there today.

You'll also find stalls set up along the wall-top walkway.

You should be able to pay in euros and US dollars as well as Croatian kunars. Hand embroidered table linen is the main stock. It's great to see that it is local work, albeit obviously produced in some sort of organized cottage industry - everyone has much the same patterns and prices are pretty well the same, but it's attractively done and fairly priced (an embroideress will know exactly how many hours have gone into it) I paid US$90 for a large table cloth with eight napkins - and more than happy with that price.


by DPando

Dubrovnik is "almost" isolated if this bridge wouldnt exist .. i dont know whether is a branch of sea (i gues it) or a river but its quite wider and looks very beautifull ...its the main entrance to dubrovnik coming from north


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