Articles with tag: dubrovnik

I went to Dubrovnik from Herceg Novi by bus. It took an hour and a half. The ticket cost 9 euro (as of 2015) and there was some charge for baggage. At the station, you are attacked by local residents, who offer accommodation. After bargaining, a woman took me to her house in the city center, giving...
Croatian  Dubrovnik , located on the Adriatic coast on the opposite coast from Bari, Italy, was our final stop as part of the cruise. I didn't expect anything interesting from this stop, so I was surprised to see how interesting the city looked. Quiet, small, and pleasant. With an...
We came to the port of  Dubrovnik . Can you see the cat in this photo? It is there... :) Two local (!!!) women were trying to fish here. For their cats, apparently, because they were running after them across the entire harbor :) choosing a new spot for fishing every once in...
Dubrovnik  is absolutely a tourist city! And not because of crowds of tourists per square foot, but because everything there is made for tourists. And it is absolutely useless to look for a local flavor there. We had a quick walk around the city. On one hand, the city is certainly...
After descending from the mountain on the cable car we had a little time so we walked along the  fortress wall . We didn't have enough time to walk across the whole city. However this outing was not free, as in other cities, and cost us 10 euros. The modern city stretches behind the walls...
We were given 2 hours of free time. It's possible to walk through  Dubrovnik  along the fortress wall, or you can climb the mountain by cable car and have a chance to see an unobstructed, 365 degree view of the city from above. We left the walls and headed to the cable car. Steps are...
At 8 am we arrived in  Dubrovnik (Croatia). Here is a closer look: And even closer: And this is a view to the right: We were brought ashore by boat. We didn't have visas and were told to take our passports to put an entry and exit visa on it but no one checked us and put...
Dubrovnik is the most beautiful and my favorite city in Croatia. I don't even know what to write about So I will just show a couple of pictures of my trip there. Author: Sergeydolya Source: sergeydolya.livejournal.com Translated by: Gian Luka