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The entrance fee is 150 Kuna which we assumed too pricy. 75 Kuna would be appropriate. The walk around the city wall took us two hours which is indeed nice and has some great views. But still there was not really space to rest somewhere...More
Great excursion with super views of the walled city, but by 9am the crowds who were told to go early will already be there. It can be hot and sunny with lots of narrow stairs, but worth the effort. Bring water and sun block. Get...More
The walls walk is amazing - we did it in the middle of the day, so if you can avoid doing that, try to come in early morning or late afternoon. The views of the roof tops of the old town, and the sea is...More
My daughter and I did the walls after a 6 hour GOT tour so it was the middle of the day and about 40 degrees (the locals call it suicide hour 4pm) It was well worth the effort as again the views were amazing
We recommend going as early as possible (8 am) to avoid the worst sun and masses. Also we recommend the entrance at the maritime museum: you have a quit and stunning start before joining the masses about halfway at the pile gate. Also a tip:...More
At first glance the entrance price is a bit steep, as are the steps you encounter along the route. But it took us 2 hours to get round the entire circumference, obviously stopping to take photos, admire the view or let people pass through narrow...More
I had visited Dubronik thrice before but never done this till now.
The city and surrounding seas are much more beautiful from this vantage point.
Highly recommended for all visitors who are fit enough to walk up and down this city wall.
Would do it...More
Walked these walls on the first day in Dubrovnik. It was a very warm day so we left early which was a good thing. Take the time to do the entire loop, views are amazing from so many vantage points. There is a nice small...More
These are some of the finest surviving examples of medieval defensive walls, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The walls were constructed during the 12th-17th centuries, although most of what you see today is from the 14th and 15th centuries. They are impressive: 2...More
Response from 1947sunshine | Reviewed this property |
I would definitely use a private guide who can help you cover as much ground as possible for your time in Dubrovnik. I will search my files for the name of the guide we had. Well worth the money.