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This is street parallel with Placa stretching to the east. You can reach it if you walk by the Franciscan Church wall, and turn left to Medović Street. Area is popular among tourists beacuse of pictoresque ambience with old Gothic, Renaissance and...more
.......just like everywhere else in this City!
But out of the sun so cooler with some interesting shops and restaurants make this worth walking through.
If nothing else it is atmospheric if you like old narrow streets!
Just off the Main Street (Stradun) you’ll find Prijeko street, littered with restaurants and narrow pathways containing the iconic steep steps that are associated with the streets of Dubrovnik.
Be prepared for some waking, and if like us you have a young child expect to...More
Prijeko street is north and parallels Dubrovnik's main street (the Stradun), running east from the Franciscan Monatery to St. Nicholas Church. It is narrow and somewhat hilly, with stone steps and slick paving stones. Lanterns hanging from wrought iron armatures dangle above the street. The...More
We found Prijeko street on our first stay in the Old Town, while searching for our next Hotel, Prijeko Palace. What a gorgeous street, full of amazing eateries, and a beautiful view towards the Poce Gate entry. We fell in love with this street and...More
This street runs from west to east in the northern section of the city which can only be accessed from the Stradun by ascending a large number of steps. It is totally lined with restaurants and you have to steel yourself to being accosted by...More
This street runs almost parallel with the Stradun, and connects Celestina Medovića street, at the side of the Franciscan Church, with Svetog Dominika street adjacent the Dominican Monastery. It is lined with shops and many restaurants, the dining areas that encroach on the street are...More
This is one of a myriad of little streets that form the beating heart of the old walled city. Behind the Stratum this is lined with shops and restaurants of all descriptions and is a hive of activity at all times of day - and...More