Villa Saraca

N. Bozidarevica 10, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia

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Forum Posts

Dubrovnik to Split?

by schmechi

Which public transport would you recommend to get from Split to dubrovnik (or vice versa)? How long will this journey take and what about the price?

Or do you think that renting a car is the best way to get from Split to Dubrovnik?

Re: Dubrovnik to Split?

by CyberCroat

Take a bus, more than a dozen of daily departures Split to Dubrovnik. It is a 4 hrs or so ride.

Split bus station departures:
http://www.ak-split.hr/EN/vozni.red/VozniRedOdlazaka.aspx

Re: Dubrovnik to Split?

by TheWanderingCamel

Bus is the only public transport on this route. It takes about 5 hours, and is very scenic, especially if you sit on the seaward side of the bus. There are several buses every day.
Hiring a car is expensive in Croatia. Unless you want a car at either end, and have somewhere to park it, I'd go for the bus and sit back and enjoy the scenery. It's a busy, winding road road and parking in Dubrovnik can be a nightmare.
leyle

Re: Dubrovnik to Split?

by mirliya

you can take a bus.it is the best way in Croatia .it was Euros 15-25.
between Plitvitckha,Zagrep,Dubrovnik,Split and Mostar,Saraybosnia...

Travel Tips for Dubrovnik

Old Town

by kiona

Dubrovnik is rich in cultural and historical monuments and is included in UNESCO World Heritage List.
The very favourable geographical position of Dubrovnik made its development based on maritime and merchant activities very successful through its history. From the entrance to the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is the first port protected by islands on the maritime route to the West, and by way of the Neretva Valley, it has the fastest connection with its hinterland. New archaelogical excavations in the foundations of the present City prove that a settlement existed in the 6th century or even earlier.

Football

by biggeorge

Football is everywhere in Croatia and especially in Dubrovnik. We were there for the Croatia v Italy world cup game ( 2-1) and you could the roar of hundreds of individual people shouting at T.V's echoing off the mountain and down the narrow streets. A contraversial disallowed Italian goal got Croatia a 2-1 win and the whole town went mental.
Processions of cars drove by ,beeping horns and waving flags out of the windows , the schoolkids marched round the old city with banners ,the horns were still going well into the evening.

The celebrations finished around 4 a.m but even as we staggered back up the vertical incline to our flat people were going by shouting " Hrvatska ".

Tourist free !

by JLBG

Even in the core of the old town, it is always possible to find places where few tourists go. Take a map of the city and walk towards the places were the map shows nothing that mesmerizes the tourist : no monument, no historical building. There, you will find only locals and may be a single lost tourist !

Korcula Town

by davesut

Korcula was a good trip. Ferry from Orebic but check the time first. The ferry was full at 11am and we just got on with a large queue behind. The return journeys ended at 7pm so planning is needed. Even worse I got a parking ticket at Lumbarda for parking illegally outside, you guessed it, the police station!

Airport

by sandysmith

Arrivals into Dubrovnik will normally be at the Dunbrovnik Airport a kew kilometres away from the resort of Cavtat. Its presently small and efficiently run. Our transfer time from getting off the plane to collecting our luggage and setting off on our coach transfer was only about 30 minutes - pretty good I thought! The airport is currently expanding its terminal (Oct 2005) to cope with the expected increase in tourism. We enjoyed a lovlely flight following the croatian coastline down all the way from Istrian region.
Tip: the cafes in the arrivals lounge and shops are slightly cheaper than the ones once you have passed passport control.

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