Dubrovnik cruise port is one of the favorite stop on the Adriatic sea. Dubrovnik is a city in Croatia, located on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. The medieval fortified old town is the main attraction. The streets are pedestrianized and you can walk on the ramparts all around the old town.
Croatian, but most people doing business with tourists also speak English.
5% to 10% will be appreciated in restaurants and taxis.
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Where is located the Port of Dubrovnik Cruise TerminalYour ship will dock at the port of Dubrovnik. It will take between 30 and 40 minutes on foot to reach the old town. Some ships offer free shuttles.
Travelling around the Dubrovnik Cruise Port
Activities in Dubrovnik
The Old Town of Dubrovnik is surrounded with 1940 meters long defensive walls that include 5 fortresses and 16 towers. You can walk on the walls to get plunging views of the city and the sea.
The fort of Lovrjenac, perched on a rock, is the symbol of the freedom of Dubrovnik, it served to defend the city.
Big Onofrios Fountain
The largest of the 2 fountains built between 1938 and 1940 drew its water more than 12 km from the city.
This monastery of the 14th century was built by the Franciscans. It contains a museum and an old pharmacy that was operated by the Franciscans.
This gothic building now houses the Dubrovnik Museum featuring furniture, paintings and coins.
This exterior baroque style staircase was the filming location for the “Walk of shame ” scene in the popular series Games of Thrones.
A permanent collection and temporary exhibitions about the maritime history of Dubrovnik and the region.
The museum display more than 6500 objects related to the ethnographic heritage of the Dubrovnik region.
The museum display about ten thousand objects of cultural-historical and artistic value from the end of the 15th to the beginning of the 20th century.
The museum presents the rich archaeological history of the Dubrovnik area in temporary exhibitions.
MoMAD present collections of modern art and contemporary art from the artist related in some way to Dubrovnik.
For panoramic views of Dubrovnik and the coast, this cable car gives you access to the Imperial Fort built by Napoleon. A restaurant and a shop can be found at the top which is 405 meters from sea level.