1,278 Dubrovnik Cruise Reviews

A gem of a city. Our ship did not use the tender as expected but docked in the port some distance from the city. Coaches were laid on at 6 euros return per person. Don't try and walk it as it is quite a long tread. Save you money as ... Read More
A gem of a city. Our ship did not use the tender as expected but docked in the port some distance from the city. Coaches were laid on at 6 euros return per person. Don't try and walk it as it is quite a long tread. Save you money as the city is very compact and easily done by yourself. Buy a guide or come prepared with downloaded information. You cannot get lost as it is a walled city. Shops, churches, squares, etc all so quaint and picturesque. Make sure you walk the city walls...........not too strenuous and afford marvellous views. Stop off for a coffee.........a city to be enjoyed! The trip back to the ship should have been better organised as it turned out to be more of a scrum! Te Costa staff were at hand but seemed to be useless not giving any information or instruction. Many of the Italians were very annoyed & vented their anger on the staff with public displays. Such a shame as with a little bit of forethought & planning it could have been avoided. Read Less
Sail Date November 2008
DUBROVNIK: Tranfer here is reasonable but taxi's are available.Walk the walls early as they get very busy.  Go up to the first street level on your left to eat a delicious lunch. Alternatively, stop half way around the walls and go ... Read More
DUBROVNIK: Tranfer here is reasonable but taxi's are available.Walk the walls early as they get very busy.  Go up to the first street level on your left to eat a delicious lunch. Alternatively, stop half way around the walls and go down to a cafe overlooking the sea!Breathtaking. Read Less
Sail Date June 2008

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