Dubrovnik is a beautiful and intricate city in southern Croatia. Tourists from Europe and beyond flock to the city, drawn by its warm location on the Adriatic Sea and its historic Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From the Dubrovnik Travel Guide
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The views are spectacular, the room and facilites were excellent, the host very helpful about everything and the accommodation is 5mins. Walk from bus station on bus 8 best little cake shop opposite the bus stop, supermarket next door, wonderful place, highly recommend. ... more
Marija is a very kind host, we were welcomed with a drink and a bite. The host is very helpful but doesn't ever invade your privacy. Location right outside the Old Town, just 209 steps away. There's a nice terrace with a view of the old city, but daylight in our room was sparse. We recommend this gueshouse. ... more
I had a big disapointment with my stay @ Rooms Vicelic. The room was sub standards, it didnt have any in suite bathroom (As opposed to advertised), the room was super small, hardly enough for a double bed. The ceiling was super low, it felt like a dog' niche. It was also quite expensive for what it was. ... more
Dubrovnik To Athens?
What a wally I iz. Totally organised my september Croatia trip which end in Dubrovnik but then find out that there aren't any flights from there to Athens, and I gotta be there for my flight home to Perth. Anyone know how long to do this overland? I've been quoted $500USD to fly Dub ...
Which hotel in Dubrovnik, Croatia
We are travelling with our 7yr old daughter this summer to Dubrovnik and would like a hotel with a kids clubs. We are stuck between the Dubrovnik Palace Hotel or the Raddison Blue. Does anyone have any recommendations? ...
Departure options from Dubrovnik
So in the middle of our 2 month trip, we are going to find ourselves in Dubrovnik. Currently we ...
Dubrovnik - call it "Pearl of the Adriatic" or whatever you like - a beautiful city in any case! I'm not going to write much about it here, just post some pictures! I spent two days there - the first very sunny, the second partly overcast and rainy. Just a side note, the ancient name of Dubrovnik ...
Posted in Exploring Planet Earth by luzian
& persevered through 28 hours of flying .. (yes. 28 hours) to arrive in super sunny Dubrovnik at, local time, 5pm. Currently sitting in a pizzeria in the Port of Dubrovnik enjoying a beer and a light meal ...
Posted in Euroblogging by patnell