A Stunning Photo Walk on the Old Dubrovnik Walls


Dubrovnik is home to the most impressive walled city in the world (says me) and on my 1st visit, I completely missed walking on them. A walk on the old Dubrovnik walls was a big part of why I decided to return. The old town is ridiculously beautiful and strolling its 80+ f00t high walls gave me a whole new perspective and appreciation for the “Pearl of the Adriatic.” To circle the entire city it will take you about 2 hours, cost you 120 Kuna (~$23 CAD), and drain your camera battery.

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I could go on explaining how the city walls fought off invaders for centuries and remained intact during the siege by Serbia in the ’90s but I would rather show you why it is the most popular attraction in Dubrovnik today.

With that here is my photo walk on the old Dubrovnik walls:

The Old Dubrovnik Walls From the Adriatic Sea?

Now that I have conquered the city walls from above, on my next visit I need to see the city from the sea. Renting a boat in Croatia is extremely popular and a great way to explore the coast. On my return, I hope to do just that. Thanks to companies like Zizoo.com, renting a boat in Croatia is also extremely easy!

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A Walk on the Old Dubrovnik Walls Good to Know

Cost: 120 Kuna (~$23 CAD)
Hours:

April 1 – 31 May: 8.00 am – 6.30 pm
June 1 – 31 July: 8.00 am – 7.30 pm
August 1 – 30 September: 8.00 am – 6.30 pm
October 1 – 31 October: 8.00 am – 5.30 pm
November 1 – 31 March: 9.00 am – 3.00 pm

Duration: 1-2 hours.
Don’t Miss: a walk at dusk!


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For more photo walks from Europe and beyond see HERE.


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  1. Such gorgeous photos, it totally makes me want to visit the place one day. It’s like the town that you visit when you’re soul searching, or looking for a place to run away from the world. It totally has the calming vibe.

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