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Pile Gate

Ulica Vrata od Pila, Dubrovnik, Croatia
+385 99 558 3056
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“main entrance” (145 reviews)
“old city” (233 reviews)
Ulica Vrata od Pila, Dubrovnik, Croatia
+385 99 558 3056
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A main entrance to the old city, this entrance sometimes has guards at the front which may increase its grandeur. On the day I visited, not so much. You can find shade there. It is cool looking. A great meeting place that is easily found.

Thank shari w
Reviewed yesterday

Helps to have a guide so that one gains an understanding of what there is to do and explains the challenges one faces if you choose to climb all the stairs. It helps to know your options regarding doing "part of the wall" or the...More

Thank JoePollard3
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A busy place leading to a fantastic town. Loads to see and do. Striking views over the harbour and amazing walls ringing over our heads.

Thank Lindseybythesea
Reviewed yesterday

What lovely entrance, and is one of the main entrances to the Old Town. As with the old town it is very busy but leads to Brsalje Street. Apparently, and I've never watch this programme, Game of Thrones, has filmed just inside the Gate and...More

Thank Serene-View
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This is not really an attraction in itself, it's just the entrance to the old town. It is an impressive entrance and you walk over a draw bridge and through the gate. It is all quite narrow and gets very busy.

Thank Jennifer E
Reviewed 2 days ago

You're guaranteed to see this if you're entering the old town. Pretty distinctive and distinctively pretty.

Thank RockMeAsmodeus
Reviewed 3 days ago

Passing through the gate you'll see a statue of Dubrovnik's patron saint...St. Blaise. One of the main entrances to the City Walls is located here as soon as you walk in.

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Most visitors will enter the city via this gate as the main bus stop is right outside this area. It is a magnificently fortified entrance and is accessible to wheelchair users and buggies too as ramps exist to facilitate entry. It is busy at times...More

Thank bdon257
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

All good things start here The pick up and drop off of both public and private transport and gateway to all entertainment Super busy in the daytime

1  Thank badrax
Reviewed 5 days ago

located in the entry point of old town. u can see the harbour from here. a lot of history around. a lot of other places around to see as well. many cafes, bars, restaurants and shops around. u got to walk from here, no car....More

Thank Jalal I
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Noorul H
27 September 2017|
Response from 424tarikd | Reviewed this property |
Why you don't publish that note here at the Forum for Croatia too? ShowForum-g294453-i1554-Croatia.html
Nicole H
23 October 2016|
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Response from Englisheric | Reviewed this property |
Sorry I can't help but you could ask the tourist information office just across the square 100meters
5 June 2016|
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Response from 67SYH | Reviewed this property |
We paid in Kunas. I don't think euros were accepted.