Review of the restaurant with a killer view and reasonable prices for old town Dubrovnik – https://www.tripadvisor.in/Restaurant_Review-g295371-d1544200-Reviews-Revelin-Dubrovnik_Dubrovnik_Neretva_County_Dalmatia.html
- How to reach- Dubrovnik has an international airport and flights to a lot of major airports within Europe. It is also well connected by bus to cites in and around Croatia. We took a bus from Mostar ( Bosnia I Herzegovina) to Dubrovik. We booked through https://www.buscroatia.com/ and paid around 15 euros for the 4 hour ride. We flew out of Dubrovnik to Rome taking a cheap flight from Vueling.
- Activity -If you are planning on visiting the City walls and using public transport within the city ( we used bus) , this card is worth it. It also gives entry to some other museums and galleries. Here is more information on 1 day, 3 day, 7 day cards and it is cheaper online than bought physically at tourist in formation desk in Dubrovnik. We used a one day card. Link – http://www.dubrovnikcard.com/product-category/dubrovnik-cards/?view=grid
-Accessories -Take a hat, sunglasses and plenty of water while visiting the city walls. On a sunny day it can get quite hot. There are public toilets at two places on the walls
- Food & Drink on a budget -To enjoy the view and have a drink, we found Revelin restaurant quite ideal. A glass of wine or beer costed around 4 euros or 30 Kunas.
You can plan and take a little snack with you while visiting city walls as everyting is super pricey on the walls. There are very few restaurants.
- Shoes -Wear shoes that are ideal for long hours of walking.
- Entertainment -We attended a concert at the Fransican monastery performed by the Dubrovnik orchestra. It was very good. Cost: 120 Kunas or 16 euros. Tickets can be bought at the dead of the main street/ stradun. Generally there are posters with details and tickets all over old town.
Bus fare inside the city is approximately 12 kunas/ 1.6 euros per ride.
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