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City Harbor

Dubrovnik, Croatia
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US$720,48*
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Private Boat Rent - Dubrovnik Islands Tour
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Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Reviewed 2 days ago

The harbor is beautiful seen from either the city walls or entering in through the Ploce Gate. Full of boats as expected!

Thank Linda B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Relax, with nothing else to do after pounding the alleys and byways of Dubrovnik what better way to relax than with an ice-cream sitting in the sun on this beautiful harbour watching the boats go by.

Thank FrancKelly
Reviewed 4 days ago

Nothing that super special but worth a 15 minute visit. Nothing is really wrong with it just not that impressive.

Thank billkhoe
Reviewed 5 days ago

Had a lovely brunch just admiring the view and watching the boats also people watching very relaxing as it was quite early and was not to busy.

Thank Lester370
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Harbor is at the opposite end of Old Town's Pile Gate and is worth a quick stop for views and a meal/drink. It is a small area, so you won't get lost. Also, there are no big attractions, kiosks, etc, to distract you from...More

Thank cisco289
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely and very picturesque setting for a meal or drink. There are some very nice places for meals and bars around the harbour and also the city walls are worth a visit. I cant remember the name but one bar is through a hole in...More

Thank RandomBlokeEssex2016
Reviewed 1 week ago

Look for a bench. Sit and marvel at the beauty. Very scenic area with many boats, walls and the sea.

Thank Rowland45
Reviewed 1 week ago

If you like football crowds you may like this. Entrance to the city is rather like going to a Man United home game. The experience is totally spoiled by the hordes issuing off cruise ships and coaches. My advice to you is don’t bother! Additionally...More

Thank davidw21133
Reviewed 1 week ago

On a nice day it is a good place to watch the boats in the harbour and people watch, there is limited seating around the harbour.

Thank Cyclebag
Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't miss walking over to the city harbour to view the comings and goings of the various types of boats, motor and sail. Sit out at the end of the stone pier and see the swimmers while you take a rest on one of the...More

Thank Lynne K
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Beste O
15 August 2017|
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Response from RnWP | Reviewed this property |
The trip costs 40 Kuna. There are regular, daily sailings from Dubrovnik Old Town’s port to the island. They sail to the Island two to four times per hour depending on season. The sailing takes just under 15 minutes.
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Rupert C
27 July 2016|
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Response from kelimale | Reviewed this property |
Old town. I love that
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DeborahS802
16 July 2016|
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Response from elenabelloiu | Reviewed this property |
A roundtrip boat ticket to Lokrum is 100 kunas and is coming every 30 min., last boat is 7. 30 pm. ( either sides ). The ride to the island takes 15 min. You must wear good shoes with thick soles , the island paths are rocky... More
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