Vee BeeA must see to have an overview of the old town from the top; l will definitely recommend to go late afternoon to avoid the heat; the entrance tickets is 200 kuna you can get it at each gate! Enjoy this stunning city!
LifeisahoneymoonA great location overlooking the ancient city of Dubrovnik. The cable car stands at the foot of the mountain outside the north gate of the ancient city. There is a huge cross on the top of the mountain. It was originally given to Ducheng by Napoleon. It was later destroyed by the war. Now there is a replica standing there.
sculptorStradun is the main street in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The limestone pedestrian street runs through the old town surrounded by the Dubrovnik walls. Most of the current facade was created after the devastating earthquake of 1667. Before the earthquake, houses were not designed as uniformly as they are today, many with arcades and elaborate decorations. Following the 1667 earthquake and the subsequent fire, the Republic of Lagusa adopted a law that provides for the layout of all future dwellings in the city. Many of Dubrovnik's historic buildings and monuments are located along Stradun Street, so it is a popular place for tourists.
Kimi_jmThere is no need to buy a separate ticket for the fortress. If you buy the city wall ticket, it is included. Not far from the gate of Pile, the old pier below is the famous filming location of Game of Thrones. The inside of the fortress is not too big. The scenery, the ancient city of Dubrovnik from another angle.
行者晓畅Dubrovnik Cathedral is a typical Baroque building, also known as the Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin. The exterior of the building is very magnificent. You can see its towering dome from far away. At the same time, it is also a landmark of Dubrov’s Old Town. one. The dome inside the building is very high, and the lighting effect is the best among the churches in Dubu Old Town.
sculptorDubrovnik Clock Tower (Gradski zvonik) is located in the center of Dubrovnik’s Old Town in Croatia. The bell tower is 31 meters high. The clock tower was originally built in 1444 and was damaged in the Dubrovnik earthquake in 1667. It began to tilt towards the Stradun in the early 19th century. It was demolished in 1928 and fully followed in 1929. The original design was rebuilt. It was damaged again in the Montenegro earthquake in 1979 and was restored in 1987-1988. The bronze bell was cast in 1506.
There’s a reason behind all the Dubrovnik hype: this city is absolutely filled with things to do that will keep any kind of traveler entertained. World class cuisine, the beautiful Adriatic Sea, UNESCO sites, charming streets to wander, fun souvenir shopping, and amazing museums are just some of the amazing things to do on your Dubrovnik trip. Some of my favorite restaurants were Azur (Asia-Mediterranean fusion), Taj Mahal (Bosnian food), and Stara Loza (Michelin starred and beautiful, perfect for a lighter meal). For a snack, try Soul Caffe or Peppino’s for gelato. Be sure to walk the city walls of Old Town Dubrovnik for the best views of the city, shop in Old Town’s Gundulic Square Market, catch sunset at cliffside Buza Bar, take a day trip around the Elaphiti Islands, wander one of the museums in Old Town, and go swimming in the sea if the weather is nice!
Dubrovnik is part of Croatia even some 10-20km Bosnian territory separates it from the mainland Croatia. With its Venetian architecture it is the most famous place in Croatia and maybe all around the Balkan peninsula. Also it hosts one very huge Jacht Marina for one of the richest people in Europe
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#dubrovnik is a city in southern #croatia fronting the Adriatic Sea. It's known for great view of the distinctive #oldtown by walking along massive stone walls completed in the 16th century the enclosure the town and was famous due to #gameofthrone TV drama
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City Information: About Croatia, is listening to many friends say want to go, so I added Dub in the trip to Eastern Europe The city of Rovnik. The city is small in size and is on foot.
shooting angle: aerial angle, if there is a drone, it is definitely awesome, aerial photography of the old town and the sea, very beautiful.
The top angle, take the cable car to the top of the mountain to shoot the entire old city, cost about 150 Kuna, and the RMB exchange rate is similar. Because I have drones, I didn't go up.
City wall angle, you can go to the city wall to see the city and the sea scenery, the city wall tickets 200 Kuna, the old city does not need tickets. Prices will be adjusted according to the season, for reference only.
Traffic: Croatia needs Schengen many times. I took the bus from Bosnia and Herzegovina and left Kotor in Montenegro. If you are driving, you only need to take your passport and stamp it. If you are strict, you will check the trunk. Because of the large number of people on the bus, they need to line up to seal the bags. Generally, they will not check the baggage. Occasionally, they will check the individual according to their nationality. The Chinese will not be investigated in Eastern Europe. Dubrovnik's area is small, the road is 2 kilometers long, you can take a taxi, but the taxi starts at 50 local currency, you can walk and walk. The exchange rate in Croatia is the same as in China, so it is better to calculate in RMB. In Eastern European countries, there is a bus, and the suitcase needs to be paid separately for 1-2 euros.
Accommodation: If you can live in an apartment in order to save money in Europe, the apartment is large in size and you can buy food and cook for yourself. I live in the apartment and cook for myself, so I save money. .
Important, don't live in the old city, the kind of stairs will make you regret, just stay outside the old city, or you will definitely regret when you move your suitcase to climb the stairs.
Price: Croatia's prices are expensive in Eastern European countries, about 2-3 times more expensive than Chinese prices.
Others: Dubrovnik's humanities are very good and the quality of the people is very high. The driver drove very quickly and took a look at the road.
[Traveling around Eastern Europe] Dubrovnik
two-kilometer wall for three hours, I am right in the wall control.
It feels more common to walk in the city, but finding a commanding height, such as a wall, a seaside fortress or a mountaintop, is completely another scene. The beauty of Junlin City needs to be seen from a height.
[Traveling around Eastern Europe] Dubrovnik
walking in the ancient city, I feel that there is not much difference with the ancient city on the east coast of the Adriatic, especially with Kotor in Montenegro, but look carefully Come, the building is more magnificent, it is an add-on version of Kotor.
After punching out the rights of Morocco, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Spain, the conclusion is that film and television really is a dream, the reality scene is a little far from the drama, but I can rely on imagination. Continue to dream.
Dubrovnik is still very good in the lens, especially from the height of the stairs in the north of the city to the street below the steps and the red roof in the distance. This scenery is unique in the world. The ancient city in the off-season is not too crowded, or the tour group is a bit more.
The game of power is broadcast in the eighth season. Dream back to the city
Dubrovnik, the ancient name "Ragusa". Port city in southeastern Croatia, the largest tourist center and health resort. Located on the limestone peninsula of the southern Dalmatian coast with a beautiful and pleasant climate. Relying on the mountains and the sea, the forest is lush, and it is an ancient city with a medieval style. According to the results of the 2001 census, the city has 43
Croatian Dubrovnik, the most beautiful sea view! Return does not look at the sea!
Dubrovnik, the ancient name "Ragusa". Port city in southeastern Croatia, the largest tourist center and health resort. Located on the limestone peninsula of the southern Dalmatian coast with a beautiful and pleasant climate. Relying on the mountains and the sea, the forest is lush, and it is an ancient city with a medieval style. The image of
Old Town of Dubrovnik is depicted on the back of the 50 Kuna banknote issued in Croatia in 1993-2002. There are also a small number of beaches to watch from among the many tourist destinations. Bagne Beach is Dubrovnik's most important public beach and home to the East and West Beach Club. There is also a sand-filled beach called Copacabana, part of the neighbouring Elafite Islands, whose name is derived from the beach of the same name in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Old Town is also the location of "Game of Thrones", going here, will not be disappointed ~
Traveling with American TV is also a good choice.