Dubrovnik Cable Car

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Spectacular Views of the Old City from the Dubrovnik Cable Car

Departure is every half an hour.
Prices: one adult round-trip ticket is 108 kunas and for children (4-12 years) is 50 kunas.

Where To Buy The Tickets & How To Reach The Cable Car?

You have to go through Ruđer Bošković Street which leads from Stradun to exit the city walls. As soon as you come out of the old city, 10 m away you will see a shop where you can ...

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Special Discounts September/October 2015

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Holiday Home Rental Special Discounts September/October 2015

September and October are months that many describe as the best time to visit Dubrovnik. Althought it’s almost the end of peek season, many enjoy Dubrovnik Old City much more because its less crowded (many European countries have school starting in September), and the summer heat slowly falls to a more pleasant temperatures as the days get slightly shorter. We would like to offer for special discounts prices. There is a couple of reasons ...

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Island Lokrum Old City Dubrovnik

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Escape to the Island Lokrum near Old City Dubrovnik

Even though it’s a great experience to holiday in the old city of Dubrovnik, sometimes the city noise and crowd is a reason enough to go elsewhere quiet and where you can enjoy more nature and tranquillity. Believe it or not, this was common practise hundreds of years ago. A quick escape to the island Lokrum is the perfect choice to enjoy something totally different. Visiting the island Lokrum is easy and ...

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Dubrovnik Special Discounts in July 2015

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Dubrovnik Holiday Home Rental – Special Discounts July 2015

Although the months July and August are Dubrovnik’s high tourism season, we are ready to offer you and your family special discounts. It’s quite unusual to reduce rates for this period, but we believe there must be some occasions when those seeking a longer stay should be discounted. Another reason was because of the upcoming Dubrovnik Summer Festival which is a very important event for Dubrovnik. One could say that, Dubrovnik without ...

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Holiday Home Rental – Old City Dubrovnik

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Why Choose a Holiday Home Rental in the Old City Dubrovnik

When visiting Croatia, rarely someone misses visiting the Old City Dubrovnik. Staying somewhere in other parts of Dubrovnik or in its vicinity is unthinkable without, visiting the Old City itself.

In the summer, you can go swimming at one of the nearby beaches or enjoy a variety of excellent restaurants with local cuisine & excellent wines. During the evening, visitors enjoy different outings, from classical music concerts, clubs or night ...

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Franciscan Monastery & Church

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The Franciscan Monastery & Church in Old City Dubrovnik.

Situated next to the Saint Savior’s Church is the Franciscan Monastery and Church. The Franciscan order arrived in Dubrovnik in the beginning of the 13th century and was the first church (St. Thomas) that was in the Pile area outside the today’s old city walls.

The Monastery & Church entrance from the Stradun Street

During the Croatian homeland war ...

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Dubrovnik Old City Winter Season Flair

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Dubrovnik Old City Winter Season Flair – Spectacular by Night.

Dubrovnik has finished various preparations for the winter season celebration of Christmas & New Year 2015. Every year, Dubrovnik Old City Winter Season shows its Walls, the “Stradun” (main pedestrian area) and Churches (over 16 of them) with spectacular, fairy tale like, lighting at night.

The Dubrovnik Old City Winter Season “Stradun” with Christmas Flair.

The Old City Night View of the Cathedral’s Great Baroque Dome.

Besides the City Walls & Churches, the ...

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Saint Saviour’s Church – Old City Dubrovnik

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The Saint Saviour’s Church, out stands several earthquakes.

You can clearly see one church that should catch attention of all visitors, although a pretty small church compared to most of the 15 others in the old city. It seems a bit isolated, situated between the city walls and the monumental church of the Franciscan monastery right next to it.
At the first sight, it’s easy to guess that it’s a Renaissance church. It was built around 1520 by Petar Andrijic from ...

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Dubrovnik City Walls

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The Dubrovnik City Walls – Most Representative City Symbol!

The Dubrovnik City Walls are one of the most representative symbols of the old city of Dubrovnik. Completely preserved until today, the spectacular beauty and elegance leave many foreign and domestic visitors breathless. By visiting them, the tourists experience the ambience of the time the walls were built. Today’s enclosure of the Dubrovnik City Walls was systematically constructed from 13th century all the way to 1660′s. Through the later history, the Dubrovnik ...

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Apartment Apodidae Old City Dubrovnik

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A New Holiday Apartment in the Old City of Dubrovnik

We are proud to announce a New Holiday Apartment in the Old City Dubrovnik. A city within walls dating back to 13 century.

The old city has a series of defensive stone walls that have surrounded and protected the citizens of the afterward proclaimed maritime city-state of Dubrovnik (Ragusa). Numerous additions and modifications throughout the history, were considered to be one of the most secured amongst great fortification systems of the Middle ...

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