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Private Tour to Dubrovnik from Split
"Start your day early and spend an unforgettable day in the town known as The Pearl of the Adriatic. You will meet your driver/tour guide at the meeting point in Split or in front of your hotel after which all you have to do is sit back relax and enjoy the ride. Keep your eyes open along the way because the road will first take you to Dalmatian hinterland which holds historical facts and legends known only to natives which your guide will share with you. Before you know it you will have a break to freshen up for the rest of the drive. Along the way you will pass through the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina which is why you should have your passport with you. Even this border has history behind it
From EUR632.00
Dubrovnik and Ston Private Tour from Split
"This is a tailor made tour so you are free to change the itinerary according to your wishes just notify us prior to your arrival so we can do the necessary arrangementsITINERARY: Your personal driver will pick you up at the appointed place at 8 am. Then you will be driven towards Dubrovnik - the ride lasts for about 4 hours. Du you can enjoy the many sight of the stunning Dalmatian riviera. Arrive in Dubrovnik at about 12 pm where a local guide awaits you. The walking tour of the city will start shortly.DUBROVNIKThe city made famous by its wonderful Renaissance and Baroque architecturebeautiful red brick roofs and over two kilometer long town walls which have successfully endured attacks from different invaders through centuries
From EUR283.00
Welcome to Dubrovnik Walking Tour
"Welcome to Dubrovnik tour is 2 hr long overview of the Old Town of Dubrovnik; its past and present. You'll be introduced to the most important historical sites (the Sponza Palace the Rector's Palace the Church of St. Blaise the Cathedral Franciscan and Dominican Monastery). On a request it can be extended for additional hour by a walk over the City Walls (2 km long) surrounding the city or visit to some of Dubrovnik Museums like the Cultural Historical Museum the Maritime Museum
From EUR100.00

The main thoroughfare

The most famous street in Dubrovnik is Stradun or Placa street. Stradun is the widest street in the old town, and runs east-west and divides the town in both northern & southern "halves". The...
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Nov 09, 2014

Once upon a time...

There was a channel separating two settlements, in the cliffs descending to the sea. One day the channel was filled, and became Dubrovnik main street, also called Placa. Its origins may be the reason...
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Aug 23, 2014

The main street

It used to be a strecth of sea before it was filled during the 11th century. This is the main street of the town and it goes from Pile gate to Ploce gate. It is a totally walking street (cars come...
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Oct 31, 2013

The main st. in the old town

Stradun or Placa is the main street of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The limestone-paved pedestrian street runs some 300 metres through the Old Town, the historic part of the city surrounded by the Walls of...
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Oct 20, 2013

Placa / Stradun

Originally Dubrovnik's main square, it shrank to a street after more and more buildings were built on it. Therefore the two different names: Placa means square, stradun street. The latter name was...
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Aug 13, 2013


Stradun is the main street of the old town. This street runs from the Pile to the Ploce Gate. It is a wide, sunny street lined with interesting buildings. It can be very crowded. It starts at the Big...
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Aug 07, 2013

The Stradun

The Stradun is also known as Placa, It is the city's main street and runs from the Pile to the Ploce gates. it was originaly paved during the 15th century and mostly redone after an earthquake in the...
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Sep 18, 2012

The Stradun

Placa (Stradun) is the real heart of Dubrovnik, it is the main open urban area and gathrering place for its citizens and visitors. It is the main business street but also the most favoured promenade....
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Aug 06, 2011

The Stradun

The old town's grand main thoroughfare may today be a sea of people fed by dozens of crowded tributaries, but once it was once just a simple marshy channel separating the town from the forested...
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Nov 14, 2010

The Bell Tower

The Bell Tower with the clock was built in 1444 right in the axis of the Stradun. It is 31 m high and is one of the symbols of the free city state. The coloured brass face of the clock with the hand...
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Sep 30, 2010

Stradun (Placa)

The Stradun is the main open urban area in the old town of Dubrovnik and the most favoured promenade and gathering place. It is the main business street of the old city centre. It is lined with shops,...
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Sep 27, 2010

Stradun Placa Short Stroll End to End

It is the main strolling area in the town and at each end the two main entry gates; Ploce and Pile connect. Along the 300 meter street are a number of quality retail shops, some tourist type lower end...
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May 25, 2010
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Things to Do Near Dubrovnik

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Fort Bokar

Protecting the seaward, south-western corner of the city and Pile Gate entrance is the Bokar Fort. The circular fort was built between the 15th and 16th centuries and was designed by the Italian...
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At the western end of the street called Šetalište kralja Zvonimira, there is a small beach. From here there is a footpath that follows the shore in the direction of the Hotel Neptun. This is a lovely...
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Big Onofrije's Fountain

I walked through the Pile Gate and just inside the old town is an interesting fountain. It is called the Large Onofrio fountain. It is one of two Onofrio fountains, the other is the smaller Onofrio...
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Island of Lokrum

For those who stay for a longer time in Dubrovnik, a day trip to Lokrum can be an interesting option. Though the island has no beautiful sand beaches, it has a couple of swimming opportunities, a lot...
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Minceta Fortress

TowerThe Minèeta Tower was built in 1463 at the height of the Turkish threat. The tower dominates the northwestern high part of the city and its walls. The tower became the symbol of the unconquerable...
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Old City

This city was just majestic ! So romantic and beautiful with all these castles . A little expensive comparising the other Croatian cities, But once you visit it, you are gonna love it ! Near to Kotor...
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Getting to Dubrovnik


Stradun or Placa is the main street of Dubrovnik


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