My boyfriend and I are going for our first holiday together this June and we are staying Dubrovnik's Old Town. We are going for a week and I was wondering how much money we would need for this time? We have accommodation, this money would be for food and activities.
Also, can anyone recommend anything for us to do in our time there?
What's a good club to visit tonight Sat-4/10, where the crowd isn't too young in Dubrovnik?
For walking the walls of Dubrovnik, on April 20th, what time do they close? Are they on winter or summer hours? Thank you.
I will spend 3 days in Dubrovnik June 14-17. I am looking at Hotel Adria in Gruz.
I would like to stay in Dubrovnik old town, but most interesing apts are sold out.
Is there public transport/bus easy and reliable from Dubrovnik to Adria hotel? Even late at night?
If I choose to stay elsewhere, is Babin Kuk or Lapad an interesting place? Same question regarding the bus.
I am traveling to Dubrovnik, Croatia, on a Holland Cruise. How far is Banja Beach from our port and what is the best mode of transportation to get to the beach. We arrive at 10am and depart 11:59pm. Thanks!
What is the best way to travel to and from Dubrovnik to kotor. There will be three of us travelling
Hello VTers, I am travelling soon to the Balkans and I arrive in Dubrovnik at about 10.20am. Can you please advise me about a bus or train transfer from the airport to the city.
Tomorrow, 31.08. we're arriving to Dubrovnik airport @ 13:10 and would like to share a ride from there towards Montenegro, Ulcinj preferably, but anywhere down south is also fine. Our destination is Vlore in Albania, with stops at Skhoder and Tirana. It's two of us, me (Croatian) and my Finnish girlfriend. Also, we're going back from Vlore next Sunday 07.09. to Dubrovnik (airport). So, if anyone is going down that route, wants some good company and maybe share a ride feel free to contact me here in inbox or @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
Me and my girlfriend are planning to take a private sailing trip from Dubrovnik to Korcula tomorrow (Saturday 30th) or Sunday, taking in some islands along the way.
We're looking for some people to join us on the trip, any ages fine. We're both 30ish, from Australia.
The boat is 450 euros per day/night, but I think we can negotiate this down. Looking to spend two days (one night) on board most likely.
Respond here if you're interested, or PM me.
Hi, I will have two entire days at Dubrovnik.
The first day, I am planning to do the basic touristic stuff: city walls, lots of walking, cable car etc.
But, on the second day, I would like to visit good beaches around the city. I saw some post about Lokrum, Mljet, Lapad, Elafiti etc. I don't mind taking a boat as long it takes me to a beautiful beach...
We will arrive to Dubrovnik airport then we have a reservation at an hotel called Lafodia... The transfer via the hotel is very expensive... Any idea about the best cheapest way to go from the airport to Lafodia hotel ??
Is there a restaurant you can reccomend for a good seafood sdinner that would not be too expensive? We are staying at the Lacroma hotel , down closer to the water. thanks maggiefoss
We'd like to spend a week of our 3 weeks in Croatia in a place right next to the sea where we can hear the waves outside. It doesn't matter what sort of accommodation it is as long as it's quiet and of course clean. Would anybody have a recommendation for a place in, or very near to, Dubrovnik which would fulfil this requirement?
Thanks a million.
There is a Byzantine crown in Dubrovnik. Where is it located and can you send me a picture? Thank you.
Hi, I have enjoyed reading the travel pages and see that we are warned about huge crowds, especially from the cruise ships.
I wondered if there was any way to get advance warning of these? Or, are there some days that are less crowded than others because of cruise itineraries etc?
Also, I note that there are many island ferries - or organised trips available.
I would like to do Dubrovnik - Lokrum - Cavtat - Dubrovnik one day. Is that feasible?
Any tips or trick from recent visitors would be most welcome!
We go out on 15th July.
We're off to Dubrovnik for a week in July and prefer not to drive when on holiday. I know some of the major towns and popular destinations are quite a distance from Dubrovnik so was wondering if anyone had suggestions for picturesque, interesting places to visit by bus within an hour or so distance?
I would love to see some more of the country but don't want to spend a lot of my week doing the actual travelling to and fro.
Anyone has info on cheap hotel apartement in Dubrovnik .
Arr Dubrov Oct 16. Really dislike cruise ships
Should we rent an apartment outside of old town?
How much englsih money will i need to change up for a weekend in dubrovnik we are planning on the normal, eating and drinking out and a little shopping. i was thinking £600 for the 3 days?
Are there any paintings by renaisance masters?
Hi All, there is a group of 8 of us that would like to find a small village or town that has a beach and local bars within 30 miles of Dubrovnik. If you have a hotel you would recommend would appreciate that as well. We are travelling in May this year. Many thanks.
I would like to ask if there is any overnight bus from Dubrovnik to Zadar?
We are going to Dubrovnik (Lapad Peninsular) for 1 week in August.
I've seen various comments on other travel sites suggesting that a trip to the island of Mljet is possible - apparently a boat takes you to the island and a van transfers you to the lakes in the national park all included with the ticket price.
I have not managed to find out if this would be a regular trip offered by shops in town, or in my resort, or whether I have to do-it-myself.
Have any of you done this or have advice on doing this trip?
My wife, daughter and myself will be travelling to dubrovnik in April, staying at the importanne resort in lapad.
I was just looking for any restaurants that are child friendly, and any recommendations of day/ short trips that would be suitable for a child to come on.
Thanks in advance.
Can anyone give any advise on the best way to travel from Dubrovnik Airport to Zadar or even better, Pag please.
I've looked on websites on transport but not come up with much luck.
Hello, I've been looking for a hardback book with photographs of the hundred Renaissance summer palaces in the countryside surrounding the city of Dubrovnik. I saw the book on holiday in the summer, but cannot now remember the exact title, or find it via google. If anybody knows what I am talking about, please answer.
Does anyone please know the addresses for the following shops:
Knitting Shops/Craft shops for knitting patterns/techniques
Musical instruments local sheet music & accordians
Crystal/glass - I always take home a piece of the local glass
Croatian cookery books in English
Likewise any shops in Mostar and Montenegro - we will be doing the usual coach trips on the tourist trail
Can someone please give me honest answers on the following trips which are being offered by the tour operator
Elaphite Islands = doesn't seem to be a lot there apart from scenery
Cavtat - is this just a holiday resort
Ston & Tresteno ??
We like small towns/pretty villages with interesting shops and some scenery along the way
To put it mildly I am extremely confused - tour operator says that Euros are widely accepted in Dubrovnik & surrounding area and then goes on to say that tours are payable in local currency. We intend visiting Mostar & Montenegro - what should I take - a mixture of both? In Croatia would I do a better deal buying presents to take home in Euros or local - nothing expensive planned just a few inexpensive bits
Hope someone can clarify the confusion the tour operator has caused
I am thinking of a day trip in Montenegro from Dubrovnik and I am wondering if a tour woud be better than just taking the bus. I am particulary interested in Kotor and, tours include many more stops as far as I could see. Second question, do you have any advice for a travel company for the day trip to Monstar? I saw there are many, I would just like to avoid huge group tour, though now it should not be high season.