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Sail Date: September 2009
An unexpected jewel on this cruise. Dubrovnik was a walled city, easy to walk around, and beautiful. The water was crystal clear. The drive to Cavtat was amazing. A small village, with a beautiful garden and scenic vistas "to die ... Read More
An unexpected jewel on this cruise. Dubrovnik was a walled city, easy to walk around, and beautiful. The water was crystal clear. The drive to Cavtat was amazing. A small village, with a beautiful garden and scenic vistas "to die for". We sailed back to Dubrovnik on a recreated pirate ship. It might sound cheesy, but it was a beautiful ride along the Adriatic. Read Less
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Sail Date: September 2009
Dubrovnik is beautiful, I enjoyed this port. We did this on our own, we had purchased the ships shuttle for $5 each way so it was easy. We kept hearing everywhere on ship that they did not take euros there, that is totally not true. We ... Read More
Dubrovnik is beautiful, I enjoyed this port. We did this on our own, we had purchased the ships shuttle for $5 each way so it was easy. We kept hearing everywhere on ship that they did not take euros there, that is totally not true. We used euros for everything, entry onto the wall, for lunch, at a local bakery, gelato and the gift shops, no problem and we also received change in euro. Read Less
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Sail Date: September 2009
It was very windy upon our entry to the port. There were wind gusts of 55 MPH by the bridge just short of the port. The ship reportedly swamped some small boats we didn't see it happen. Dubrovnik is not to be missed. We walked around ... Read More
It was very windy upon our entry to the port. There were wind gusts of 55 MPH by the bridge just short of the port. The ship reportedly swamped some small boats we didn't see it happen. Dubrovnik is not to be missed. We walked around on our own and enjoyed it immensely. It is a walled city and has many delights. We visited the oldest synagogue in the world. It reminded me of the shuls in Brooklyn when I was growing up. We also visited the first pharmacy. We saw Croatian dancers and singers in the won square. They also had a market and I believe it was for our ship. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2009
It was cold and raining sideways in Dubrovnik, and all of the people we met who went to the old walled city were pretty miserable. We got lucky by having signed up for the Dalmation Coastline and Wine tasting Shore Excursion $92 per ... Read More
It was cold and raining sideways in Dubrovnik, and all of the people we met who went to the old walled city were pretty miserable. We got lucky by having signed up for the Dalmation Coastline and Wine tasting Shore Excursion $92 per person. We went to the village of Orasac and watched olive oil being produced in an old mill, where the farmer, his wife, and his 84 year old neighbor showed us how to cold press and hot press the olives, then gave us a wonderful meal of homemade cheese, smoked ham and homemade wine.. We then went to the walled town of Ston for a few minutes of rambling. By this time the rain had subsided for us, and it was still cool, but bearable. We then left for the village of Ponikve to a small winery owned by the Milos family for a wine tasting. My husband and I enjoyed the wine so much that we bought a bottle and 2 glasses, had the vintner open it for us, and enjoyed it on the bus for the rest of the afternoon. (Boy did we get a couple of dirty looks by some of our fellow travelers of an older generation!) The tour finished in the village of Mali Ston at a very quaint and boisterous restaurant with more wine and seafood risotto and pasta. Also one of the best things I had the entire cruise- which was a simple cabbage salad dressed only in olive oil and salt - ummmmmmmmm One of the top shore excursions we bought! Read Less
Sail Date: October 2009
wE LOVED DUBROVNIK, ITS WALLS AND WAYS UP THE MOUNTAINS WERE STUNNINIG. WE HAD A LITLE RAIN HERE, BUT IT DID NOT SEEM TO MATTER.
wE LOVED DUBROVNIK, ITS WALLS AND WAYS UP THE MOUNTAINS WERE STUNNINIG. WE HAD A LITLE RAIN HERE, BUT IT DID NOT SEEM TO MATTER. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2009
The weather was awful - it was pouring rain and the temp was 42 degrees. Heard from people who went on tours that it was nothing much.
The weather was awful - it was pouring rain and the temp was 42 degrees. Heard from people who went on tours that it was nothing much. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2009
Lovely old town area....just try not to visit on a public holiday so you can climb the walls (get fit first though, the climb to the top is steep!) If the ship is moored up in Gruz harbour, it's quite a pleasant 40 min walk to the old ... Read More
Lovely old town area....just try not to visit on a public holiday so you can climb the walls (get fit first though, the climb to the top is steep!) If the ship is moored up in Gruz harbour, it's quite a pleasant 40 min walk to the old towen area. Have a drink at the Buza bar, a very simple bar in the City walls and a hot spot. Read Less
Sail Date: October 2009
Dubrovnik is an easy port to navigate on your own. Its 10 Euro for a cab to the West gate of the city and from there you are inside the walls and can walk everywhere. Do go to see the city lit up at night as well as during the day. If you ... Read More
Dubrovnik is an easy port to navigate on your own. Its 10 Euro for a cab to the West gate of the city and from there you are inside the walls and can walk everywhere. Do go to see the city lit up at night as well as during the day. If you are in fair shape taking the walk above the city around the walls is also very pleasant. See the palace - many art galleries and a great photo museum about "the war". Read Less

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