15 Issues to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia Journey Information

15 Things to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia Travel Guide

Be a part of us as we go to Dubrovnik, Croatia on this journey information protecting 15 of the most effective issues to do within the metropolis with an emphasis on native meals and sights. Fairly presumably essentially the most visually gorgeous metropolis we have visited in Croatia, Dubrovnik is bound to go away an impression. Our largest tip is to spend loads of time wandering across the Outdated City and alongside the Outdated Partitions.

15 Issues to do in Dubrovnik Metropolis Tour | Croatia Journey Information:

1) Go to the Outdated City of Dubrovnik
2) Dubrovnik Cathedral (Katedrala Velike Gospe)
3) Gundulić Sq. Market
4) Onofrio’s Fountain
5) Pharmacy and Cloisters
6) Rector’s Palace (Knežev dvor)
7) Befriend all of the cats
8) Boat Tour round Lokrum Island (Lacroma)
9) Pizza at Mea Culpa
10) Strolling the Outdated Metropolis Partitions (Dubrovačke gradske zidine)
11) Ice Cream
12) Fort Lovrijenac (St. Lawrence Fortress)
13) Buza Bar and sundown
14) Gradac Park
15) Balcony Sundown from our AirBnB

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Our go to Dubrovnik journey information covers a number of the prime sights together with a meals information to native Croatian meals, prime sightseeing vacationer sights and town by day and by night time together with visiting the outdated metropolis partitions, palaces, cathedrals, island hopping and extra. We cowl actions you will not discover in a typical Dubrovnik tourism brochure, Dubrovnik itinerary or Dubrovnik, Croatia metropolis tour also called Grad Dubrovnik Hrvatska.

20 Issues to do in Dubrovnik, Italy Journey Information Video Transcript: (Grad Dubrovnik Hrvatska):

Is there a extra visually gorgeous metropolis than Dubrovnik? Nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic, this vacation spot is bound to seize your gaze. Between it’s white limestone buildings, vibrant terracotta rooftops and cobalt blue waters that sparkle underneath the daylight you will be dazzled throughout your go to. This was the ultimate cease of our travels in Croatia, and what a method to end of our journey.

We walked up, down, and across the Outdated City clocking 1000’s of steps every day, and on this video we’re going to take you on a tour of of town and present you 15 issues to do in Dubrovnik.

We entered the Outdated City via Ploće Gate, which is within the east finish of town strolling alongside the Outdated Port. We explored the Outdated City on foot visiting Dubrovnik Cathedral, which at one level was even funded by England’s King Richard the Lionheart, after he was saved from a shipwreck on the close by island of Lokrum.

We wandered over to Gundulić Sq. the place a number of distributors had arrange for the day to smell out a number of treats. We stopped at Huge Onofrio Fountain, which was inbuilt 1438 as a part of a water system that equipped water from a spring 12km away.

Then, one other attraction unexpectedly caught our consideration: The Outdated Pharmacy on the Franciscan Monastery.

Based within the 12 months 1317, this in-house pharmacy was arrange by Franciscan friars and would go on to service the city in addition to individuals dwelling past the partitions. There’s nonetheless a pharmacy inside the monastery at this time.

We tried to go to the Rector’s Palace, which was constructed within the late 15th century for the elected rector who ruled Dubrovnik, nevertheless it was underneath renovation.

A sightseeing boat tour referred to as the “Panorama Tour” departed from the Outdated Port and went out round Lokrum Island.

We determined to eat at Mea Culpa, and ordered one Dalmatian Pizza and one Seafood Pizza.

It was time for the primary attraction: strolling round Dubrovnik’s Outdated Metropolis partitions. Admission is 150 kuna for a 2 kilometres stroll that takes about 1 hour to finish.

The primary set of partitions have been constructed within the ninth century, after which within the 14th century these have been strengthened with forts alongside the circumference. This attraction is definitely worth the price ticket. From right here you possibly can admire the the entire outdated city, gaze on the shimmering waters of the Adriatic, and look out to the neighbouring Lokrum.

After that fast ice cream break, we walked over to Fort Lovrijenac, also called St. Lawrence Fortress.

Perched on a cliff 37 meters above the ocean, this fortress dominates sea and land entrances from the western aspect of town.

We made a cease at Buza Bar, which is good spot for drinks anytime of day, however particularly so round sundown. Gradac Park, was additionally used as one of many Sport of Thrones filming areas, so you might acknowledge it from the Purple Marriage ceremony.

That’s a wrap for Dubrovnik and the remainder of our time in Croatia! We hope this video gave you concepts of a number of the issues you are able to do in Dubrovnik by yourself go to.

That is a part of our Journey in Croatia video sequence showcasing Croatian meals, Croatian tradition and Croatian delicacies.

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49 thoughts on “15 Issues to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia Journey Information

  1. Roby Dee says:

    Just a little trivia:On the 27th of January 1416, Dubrovnik, then an autonomous republic (Ragusa) formally abolished slavery, the transportation of slaves and the idea of one person being able to own another.
    Greetings from Pearl of Adriatic(Dubrovnik City).

  2. Michael Thompson says:

    Hey guys! I'm in Split now and going to take a bus and spend a day in Dubrovnik ). I'm curious I've seen your say the number of steps before. so my question is do you guys actually count thenumber of steps?

  3. Chris Ng says:

    Hi there!! Based on your experience, would you rather go for 2 days in Split and 3 days in Dubrovnik, or vice versa? I'm headed there in July for my honeymoon and would love some insights

  4. David Purcell says:

    iv been going there for10 years , it was so good one time but now forget it , you cannot walk anywere its so crowded over priced the reason is to many lines come in everyday ,there is so much better places to see in croatia

  5. Gary Smith says:

    It has to be said you are obviously there in winter going by the clothes and lack of people! I am here at the moment (7th Sept) and it is suffering under the weight of tourists, especially when the cruise ships come in! Also worth saying everything is impressively expensive (even more than London)

  6. Heal Entire World says:

    Dubrovnik – a fascinating medieval town, but a town with really bad people who committed the worst atrocities against humanity in WW2. Several thousand innocent women & children were thrown over the fortress walls in 1941 into sea only because they did not support Nazi croatian state. And today, many of these killers and their descendants still live undisturbed in Dubrovnik glorifying Nazism and playing dumb like nothing ever happened

  7. HPN2012 says:

    Thanks for the great videos of Dubrovnik, Split, and Zagreb. My wife wants to go here next June so these videos are perfect. Did you use buses to go between these cities?

  8. Rebecca Adams says:

    Candied citrus peel. Added sugar? Yes, you cut out (or scrape off) as much of the inner white ‘lining’ of the peeling, keeping the outer peel. Cut it in strips and boil it in sugar water. You boil it until the water is reduced by more than half. Then you take the peel out and let it cool. I lay it out on waxed paper or parchment paper. Never something absorbent like paper towels (cringe). The paper towel will pull the water out and then stick to the peel. The only way to get the paper towel off the peel would be to wash the peel and start over. Silicon sheets will also work. There will be some excess sugar when it is cool and dry. No problem, just shake it off. If you keep the excess sugar contained and clean, you can even reuse it. Put the dry peel in an air tight container and it will last awhile. If it sits too long in plastic, it will pick up the taste of the plastic and taste quite stale. I use glass jars and stainless steel containers with tight lids. You can also put a few strips of fresh orange peel into a jar of sugar to impart the taste into the sugar. Great for tea but don’t know that it would taste that good in coffee. Never tried it though. I give candied peel away for gifts and will also make vanilla sugar and vanilla extract with the vanilla beans after I have scraped off the vanilla ‘caviar ‘. As an aside, the white skin (pith) of the citrus is very bitter, which is why you want to get as much off as you can. I find that a smoother lime zester will get rid of the stuck parts. And you asked for a candied citrus peel tutorial, didn’t you? I started by answering Sam’s statement that they probably added sugar and as my confirmation of that statement was the beginnings of a How-to, I decided to see it through. You can delete it if it is over the top.

  9. David David says:

    Could you stop this driver from the Cratia? The Dubrovnik bus crashed and killed two Americans, later carburetted a colleague and steals his own company, and another shock came three days ago – the police took him out of the bus he was driving at A1 and was astonished as he 'dumped'

    It is often seen that Croatian justice is a disease that has no cure, which breaks the whole society.

    Even when the police in sanctioning irresponsible and dangerous individuals are doing their part of the job, there is still nothing on the justice system scene except for new criminal offenses. How many people should be harmed to be sanctioned on dangerous and irresponsible roads? How many more criminal offenses should happen, Dubrovački Dnevnik asks.

    For almost two years now, police have been working with 45-year-old Antun Radulovic from Dubrovnik. In October 2017, Radulović traveled back to the tourist bus in Konavle by two foreign nationals who had previously been brought to a catering facility. To the horizons of this terrible accident, it is still unclear what this was just a shock strike at the parking lot when two Americans were killed.
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  10. flitsies says:

    Ok since you put this video up it's now 200 kuna, it's expensive just to walk around a wall.

    It's a really nice place to visit, the people are friendly the views are amazing, the busses are a little under served once you get outside of the main old town.

    The only down side to visiting Dubrovnik is the price of everything, it's very expensive.

    I noticed a lot of opportunity for anyone wishing to make a living there, a lot of opportunity.

    But with opportunity will come other issues that will detract from the place.

    It's a place worth visiting more than once.

    Don't waste your time getting Euros Kuna is the currency and they are proud of it, one last thing not to be too surprised about is a tourist tax.

    When you stay anywhere you have to pay a 1 Euro per day tourist tax so make sure you have money left over to pay this tax, it's actually in Kuna but it equates to 1 euro per day, which is around 7 Kuna per person per day.

    It's just a surprise if you were not aware of this tax so could ruin a nice holiday if you suddenly find a bill for something you were not expecting.

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