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Dubrovnik Old Town Walking Tour
"Stroll around the narrow streets of the old town of Dubrovnik and experience the history and culture of this magnificent walled city. On this two-hour walking tour your local guide will show you the city’s finest sights.Your tour begins at Pile Gate; walk along the elegant main street and visit the most important sights along the way. In front of the Pile Gate entrance you'll see the circular Onofrio's Fountain which is connected by aqueduct to a spring 7.5 miles (12 km) from town. Then see the Franciscan Monastery containing a restored sculpture of the Pieta and a gorgeous cloister dating back to the 14th century. Continue walking to Dubrovnik's Renaissance highlight the Sponza Palace which now houses the State Archives. Other highlights on this tour include Orlando`s Column
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Montenegro and Black Mountain Tour from Dubrovnik
"Situated hardly one hour from Dubrovnik Montenegro literally provides incomparable natural beauties and an abundance of historical sites. Our drive takes us through Župa Dubrovačka and Konavle valley up to the first photo stop with a magnificent view of Kotor Bay and island ""Our Lady of the R on our way towards Budva we make a break so you can admire the view of St. Stefan peninsula. The peninsula can be approached but unfortunately it is closed for visitors. Next – Budva. It is a city surrounded by walls and beautiful long beaches. It is the center of tourism in Mon and brings the necessary commotion along with the flattery title. We have a guided tour of the old city followed by free time for lunch beach or both. On the way back we take a different route and shorten the journey by taking a ferry across the Kotor Bay."""
From EUR55.00
 
Mostar and Medjugorje Clash of Cultures Day Tour
"Leaving Dubrovnik along the coast line we pass through picturesque valley of delta Neretva towards a border with Bosnia. Our first stop is a short break in Neum. If you’re a fan an oyster degustation can be arranged. Afterwards we visit Mogorjelo – a first century Roman town. The guide gives a short tour and an explanation of the ruins. Next stop is Međugorje; it is a spiritual place one of the most famous places of pilgrimage in the Catholic world. Since 1981. Virgin Mary has been attracting millions of visitors from all over the world. If you want to take your time in prayer and skip visiting Mostar it is possible to prolong your s the Mosque a typical Turkish house and the old bridge. On our way back we visit Počitelj a beautiful ancient town/fortress built in oriental architecture from 15ct.Included: transfer
From EUR65.00

More Transportation in Cavtat

Boat to Dubrovnik

Boat trips run regularly to Dubrovnik, I doubt you will miss the ticket sellers!It is a lovely journey, about 40 minutes along the coast and arrives right at the edge of the old town in Dubrovnik.Our...
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bonio
Oct 05, 2011

Bus from Dubrovnik

The cheapest way into Cavtat, apart from walking, is bus #10. There are 2 an hour (Sept 2011) and a journey time of around 25 minutes, cost 17Kn.In town it stops at the cable car station but starts...
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bonio
Oct 03, 2011

Dubrovnik

If you are staying in Cavtat, you probably want to go to Dubrovnik. This is easy enough. Just catch the number 10 bus from the car park near the harbour, or further up the hill if you are staying up...
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antistar
Nov 08, 2010

from Montenegro to Cavtat

Cavtat is far 30km from Montenegro, it is about 40 minutes driving (on the border you lose 10-15 minutes). If you wont to come to Cavtat and you are in Herceg Novi, Tivat, Kotor or Budva you can go by...
markoblatko
May 22, 2010

Dubrovnik- do bus and boat!!

Some people take the boat to Dubrovnik for a leisurely day out, some say take the bus its quicker, personally i think a combination of the two is ideal. The tourist bus leaves cavtat at a very...
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averageyorkshirejoe
Nov 19, 2008

Cilipi Airport ~ Closest to Dubrovnik & Cavtat

Cilipi is a modern airport just minutes from both Dubrovnik and Cavtat.Dubrovnik is 20 km way & Cavtat only 5 km If offers a variety of services for passengers such as: duty free shop; coffee...
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starship
Oct 02, 2008
 
 
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Cavtat Transportation

There are boats that leave Cavtat several times a day for Dubrovnik. I think they charge 40 kuna ($7USD), and the ride takes about 45 minutes. Also, bus #10 makes a few runs between Cavtat and...
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isabeau
Jul 04, 2007

Rent a car

Next time in Cavtat I am going to rent a car! There is a frequent bus connection to Dubrovnik, and some buses to other destinations. But a car will give me the opportunity to see the Konavle...
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Rusket
Mar 06, 2007

Beware of some "Ferries"

Ferries are a great way to get around the Dubrovnik area, to and from the Islands etc. However I would advise that you check exactly what you're going to get because some ferries aren't what they...
MichaelBolton64
Aug 17, 2006

Dubrovnik to Cavtat by Local Bus

We caught the local bus #10 from the Gruz terminus at 11:30am, they run every hour and the trip to Cavtat cost Kn 12 per person. You can also catch the bus from outside the Tommy department store in...
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Mikebb
Jun 07, 2006

Bus from Dubrovnik

Local buses leave from Dubrovnik main bus terminal, and most of them stop by the Pile gate of Old Town Dubrovnik. But not no 10 to Cavtat! To get to the nearest bus stop, I was adviced to walk the...
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Rusket
Jun 05, 2006

Getting to Cavtat

Cavtat is a half hour bus ride from Dubrovnik. Just take bus #10 from the main bus station. There are several buses daily. One warning - if it is raining, you will be in for a long and scary ride up...
grkboiler
Dec 06, 2004

Best way to enter Cavtat

The ship made a prefect mooring maneuver, turning like a Marry-go-round. Crew trained to perfection, no shouting, no rushing, like a ballet. They knew we were all breathless with astonishment. They...
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KristaB
Jan 18, 2004

Bus or Boat

It is extremely easy getting to this town from Dubrovnik. Daily buses leave Dubrovnik's main bus station (Bus # 10) continuously throughout the day and night. Just pay on the bus...it cost us 12 KN...
Shafali
Sep 14, 2003

Top Hotels in Cavtat

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Frankopanska 10, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia
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Frana Laureana 22, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia
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Put od Cavtata 15, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia
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Od Zala 2, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia
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Od Zala 1, Tahia Bay, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia
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Vlaha Paljetka 5, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia
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Top Things to Do in Cavtat

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Beaches

The sea in Cavtat is clean and clear to swim in. There are many places to swim. You can swim from a concrete slab beach where you can hire a lounger and umbrella or just off the rocky edge. The water...
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Scenery

Cavtat is a really beautiful village with spectacular coastal scenery. It is a pleasant place to visit and very easy to reach by bus from Dubrovnik. There are plenty of places to go for a swim in...
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Cemetery

I followed signs for the mausoleum of the Racic family and ended up in a beautiful hilltop cemetery with spectacular views. The Racic family seem to have been a family of ship builders. That is as...
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Sculpture

As we wandered around Cavtat we encountered a statue of Baltazar Baldo Bogišic (1834 - 1908) and later in the scenic hilltop cemetery we found his grave. Baltazar Baldo Bogiši? was a scientist and a...
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Churches

In Cavtat we visited a couple of lovely churches. Some are located on the waterfront, others in the centre of Cavtat. Croatia is a Catholic country and has many lovely places of worship. We love to...
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Rusket

"Cavtat was here first!"
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JLBG

"Cavtat, the south of the south in Croatia !"
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starship

"Cavtat"
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novsco61

"Very nice Dalmation city Cavtat"
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KristaB

"CAVTAT"
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