The highlight was the old city of Dubrovnik, the walled city was a must see.
Visited: Apr 02, 2018
Dubrovnik is a must see, and if you’re a Game of thrones fan like me walk the wall that encircles the Old town and visit Lovrijenac fort which looks over Kings landing, great views from up there and nice spot to take photos
Absolutely the best stop of all. The most quaint and gorgeous city Amon the ocean side and with the castle walls. Beautiful and historical. I will go back and stay there for a couple of weeks.
Visited: Mar 08, 2018
Old town is nice but too many ppl. We have two cruise ships, princess and Holland America docked the day we arrived. Don’t need to use shuttle service. Just walk out the port and buy city bus ticket from the gift shop use euro if you don’t have local currency. Otherwise pay driver 15 hrk. There are many buses take you to the old town. It’s last stop so you won’t get lost, You will get there before everyone.
Great place to visit especially if you like Game of Thrones (not for me) where you can see all the groups walking round with the guides who have a folder with the photo’s of the cast in certain places and they take you to them places so you can see exactly where the filming took place. Very warm within the walls of the City though.
Visited: Jun 19, 2019
Dubrovnik is a very expensive, but beautiful place - generally Croatia is much, much cheaper (we live in Croatia), but with the Game of Thrones etc, you expect it to be. It's also very, very busy (in the summer especially) but well worth the visit. A tip: Don't pay stupid prices for taxis - around the corner from the port exit, there are buses 1A, 1B and 3, taking you straight to the old town for 15kn (2 euro) per person. Buses are frequent, and most you would end up waiting for one is maybe 2-3 mins...
Visited: Jun 17, 2017
Small but a great old city to explore. Get off the main walking street as quick as possible to you can really enjoy seeing the town. We did a short tour and then had time on our own. Make sure you try the local ice-cream.
Visited: Jul 01, 2017
What a gem. Was familiar with Dubrovnik. No need to do an expensive excursion, just an NCL transport to and from the city (do not try yo walk the distance). Plenty to do for a day. We will go back before it becomes over-run by tourists. Late summer (late August) is better than May through July.
Visited: Aug 26, 2018
We loved Dubrovnik! We took a bus to the old city and walked around. We took the cable car up and took many amzing photos while we waited for a table at the restaurant. The food was delicious and the staff was amazing. But it was very windy and chilly up there, so make sure to wear a jacket! We purchased a few inexpensive souvenirs. All in all, it was one of the best ports!
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