Before your first visit to Dubrovnik, you should know that steps and stairs are everywhere. Some years ago, a team counted them: there are 4,343 steps in the Old Town and the city wall has 1,080. Read more
Hvar is one of the most popular Croatian islands, famous not only for its glamour and bustling nightlife but also for its unique charm and beauty.
And there’s great news for travellers in 2015 – a new ferry line now operates a direct service from Dubrovnik to Hvar! Read more
Split is the second largest city in Croatia, it’s 240km north of Dubrovnik nestled on the east coast of the Adriatic sea. As only half of the route is on the highway, with the rest of the journey following coast roads, it takes between 3.5 and 4 hours to drive from Split to Dubrovnik.
If you’re thinking of paying Split a visit during your stay with us, these are the best options: Read more
‘Where can I park my car in Dubrovnik?’ This is, without doubt, one of the most common questions from travellers who plan to drive during their stay. Traffic is quite dense and parking can be a challenge, especially in the peak summer season. Read more
Vibrant Gruž is just 3km from Dubrovnik’s Old Town and very typical of the area. It has a charming little port, where you can catch ferries to and from Italy and to the islands. Ferry company Jadrolinija has its office here. Read more
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Are you planning to visit Dubrovnik? Using our in-depth local knowledge, we’ve put together a list of travel tips and useful links. Information varies from season to season, so if you can’t find what you need, feel free to contact us. Read more