How to get from Dubrovnik to split?
The best way to get from Dubrovnik to Split is by bus. This option is fairly hassle-free, quick and affordable, and the route follows the Adriatic coastline therefore offering some of the most breathtaking Croatian scenery along the way.
When is the best time of year to visit Dubrovnik?
During peak season, July to August, Dubrovnik is over-run by tourists – hotel prices rocket, restaurants and beaches are packed, and there are queues at all the main attractions, but on the plus side you get the Dubrovnik Summer Festival and a glitzy nightlife.
What to see and do in Dubrovnik?
Its main attraction is the splendid Art Nouveaux Račić Mausoleum by sculptor Ivan Meštrović. T he Dubrovnik Card affords free entry to major attractions, including the City Walls and Cultural Historical Museum, plus various restaurant discounts.
How long does it take to walk around Dubrovnik?
A ny first-time visit to Dubrovnik should begin by walking a full circuit (just over a mile) of the magnificent 13th-century City Walls. Itll take well over an hour, and you can expect ever-changing perspectives over the terracotta rooftops of the Old Town and out to sea.
What to do in Dubrovnik?
Yes, the old town of Dubrovnik is surrounded by a medieval wall and several forts, and these days, you can climb up on to them and walk the perimeter of the old town. The wall was originally built in the 10th century to protect the buildings from Serbian attacks, and it’s just 2 kilometres, making it an easy stroll that offers fantastic views.
Can you walk the Dubrovnik city walls at sunset?
We did not walk at sunset, but many people say this is a beautiful time to walk the walls, then you could reward yourself at the end with an Aperol spritz or glass of wine with a view of the Adriatic from one of the bars on the rocks such as Buza Bar. Get There Early: The Dubrovnik City Walls open at 8 am so get there early to avoid crowds.
Is it crowded in Dubrovnik?
Made even more famous by recently being cast as the stage for Kings Landing in Games of Thrones, walking the city walls in Dubrovnik is more crowded than ever. In this guide I share my top tips for walking the Dubrovnik city walls from when to go, what to bring and what to expect.
Which entrance to Dubrovnik should I visit first?
I personally liked starting at the main entrance as you begin with magnificent views of the city, the ocean and Lovrijenac, or St. Lawrence Fortress, which is often referred to as “Dubrovnik’s Gibraltar”, is a fortress and theater that sits outside the western wall.