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Dubrovnik, Croatia Hotels and City Guide

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Dubrovnik - Getting Around


Getting Around Dubrovnik

As Dubrovnik is easily walkable and has an excellent bus system, it is not necessary to hire a car.

Using Taxis in Dubrovnik
Taxi ranks are located at the bus station, Gruz harbour, Pile and Ploce Gates where taxi fares are displayed. Make sure the meter is running before boarding. Taxis transport a maximum of four passengers.

It is possible to arrange a tour of the city and its surroundings as well as a half or whole day excursion, agreeing a price with the taxi driver. Such trips will likely take in the new bridge at Gruz Harbour and the suburbs, or a drive along the Adriatic coast and Mt Srd offering panoramic views of the city and its surrounds.

Ask your hotel reception staff for advice on current taxi fares.

Using Buses in Dubrovnik
Libertas Public Transport Company operates an efficient transport service in air-conditioned buses running frequently throughout the city district. Bus timetables are posted at every bus stop as well as at Dubrovnik’s Tourist Board Information Offices and at hotel reception desks.

Bus tickets can be purchased from the driver (he cannot give change so make sure you have the correct amount), at Gruz Harbour and the bus terminal, at Pile Gate and at hotel reception desks and tourist agencies. Bus tickets are valid for an hour of unlimited travel once clipped. From the harbour a ticket to Pile Gate will cost 8 kunas (or 10 kunas if purchased from the bus driver).

Daily and weekly Dubrovnik Cards entitle visitors to use the public transport system and entry to many museums, including the city walls and some galleries. They also include discounts at restaurants, on car hire, taxis, boat trips, visits to neighbouring countries, diving and rowing excursions, clubs, spas and more, at discounted rates between 10% to 30%.

The daily card costs 130 kn and a weekly card 220 kn. They can be purchased at museums and tourist information offices.

Exploring Dubrovnik on Foot
The only and best way to see the Old Town is on foot. From any other part of the city it is a mere half hour walk to Pile or Ploce Gates. From Gruz Harbour where the cruise ships dock, it is a 30-minute walk to Lapad Bay, also a pedestrianised area.

Using the Ferry
Local ferry services operated by Jadrolinija run regularly from Gruz port to the islands of Kolocep, Lopud and Sipan on a daily basis.





Hotels in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik hotel

Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik hotel

Marijana Blazica 2, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Take in spectacular views of historic Dubrovnik and the Adriatic from the Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik hotel. Dine out on the restaurant's terrace or relax by the sunlit indoor pool. Dubrovnik's Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is just 110 yards away. Take the whole...




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K. Stepinca 33 20000 Dubrovnik Croatia

Location:- Hotel is located on the peninsula Lapad in Bay of Lapad, surrounded by rich Mediterranean vegetation close to the sea- Only 3 km away from the old city of Dubrovnik- Pedestrian walkway which runs the length...




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