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A cool, relaxing place to hang out and watch the ships sail by, Cafe Buza is perched on the city walls directly on the ocean. We stayed for a couple of hours, found the staff to be attentive and the other customers really friendly and...More
We went just before sunset and the place was already packed with people from many different countries. It being just along the outer wall along the coast makes for a perfect spot to hang, meet new friends and watch the sunset over the Adriatic. You...More
Went to both Buza bars while in the city, we found one better than the other. One only serviced wine and beer while the other offered a full bar. The full bar service was great and friendly staff, and music and atmosphere good. You can...More
This place can be found in the upper parts of Dubrovnik - there is a cold drinks sign, you go through the wall and down some steps and voila! A little bar with an amazing view.
Yes, they're out of a bunch of stuff, and...More
If you like warm beer, warm wine, and don't-care attitude from staff then this is the place to go. One round of 2 very warm beers, 1 glass of warm wine, 1 soft drink and no ice was 165 Kuna. Find somewhere else with a...More
Quaint drinking spot... exit the old town of Dubrovnik via a hole in the wall to find yourself perched on the cliff side. Enjoy a drink and watch the more adventurist jump off the rocks into the sea. Lovely for sunset cocktails...
We had SO been looking forward to visiting Cafe Buza after reading about it online. It is a bit tricky to find, as you will read. You'll enter through a hole in the city wall. Follow the sign that says, "Cold Drinks with the Most...More
Spent most of our time in Markaska but I've been wanting to jump off of the cliff at Cafe Buza since I saw others do it 10 years ago so we made a point to spend two days in Dubrovnik at the end of our...More
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Almost Everybody speaks English so it will not be hard to take the bus. Numerous busses go to the Old Town because it is THE attraction in town! Just get off outside of the walls of Old Town and walk across the bridge. Clue... More
Almost Everybody speaks English so it will not be hard to take the bus. Numerous busses go to the Old Town because it is THE attraction in town! Just get off outside of the walls of Old Town and walk across the bridge. Clue for Buza; it is located on the far end of town so you may as well enjoy walking through the whole place. OR pay to walk on top of the wall. You can see Buza l and II on the cliffs from up on the wall if you remember to watch for them. It is a highlight to walk on the walls anyway. When you are done with the walk, you will have a better sense of wher Buza is.
As far as I can tell this is just a drop in bar, I don't think they serve food. Don't expect too much it's just a scruffy little bar selling overpriced drinks. I was most disappointed after reading tripadvisor reviews and... More
As far as I can tell this is just a drop in bar, I don't think they serve food. Don't expect too much it's just a scruffy little bar selling overpriced drinks. I was most disappointed after reading tripadvisor reviews and making a point of going there.