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Placa Thoroughfare (Stradun)

Old Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Old Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Reviewed yesterday

Especially this time of year this time of year, with the Christmas festival in full swing, there is a stage down the Sponza Palace, end where many free concert are being held over the period and stall selling hot food (sausages) and wine. it is...More

Thank JnVSydney
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Stradun is the main street in Dubrovnik Old Town. It divides the Old town. There are two main entrances into the old town: Pile Gate in the west and Ploče Gate in the east; these are connected by Stradun (Placa), the main pedestrian thoroughfare. To...More

Thank JackSmithKS
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our guide from Gate1 showed us how the city took advantage of the winds to help keep them cool. By building the streets long and narrow to the sea and up against the mountains they helped direct the wind as a sort of swamp cooler....More

Thank travelingman&woman
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Even though it is very crowded it is still an exciting main street that cuts through the old city and gives you dozens of places to see and admire as you stroll up and down.

Thank michael p
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This city is dying, stomped by tourists, unfortunately - and it makes me worried as I know it from few years back, when it was much more natural rather than only a scenery for post-"game of thrones" cash gathering. Anyway, the street is still the...More

Thank The_Protagonist
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a fun street to walk up and down. First, the buildings located here are historic and beautiful. The street is made of polished stones that reflect daylight and lights at night, making it look so inviting. It is a wide street, but during...More

Thank Patty J
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This really is the place to be for a meal, drink or coffee. Even with the waning crowds in November, it was great people watching. And the atmosphere is second to none. The Placa is the place to start in the Old City.

Thank ajmoreno25
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Great shopping street. Visit some of the old buildings, very ornate. Visit the old castle at the end of the street, great views of the sea and surrounding area.

Thank maiya
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Placa Thorouthfare in Old Town Dubrovnik is one of the main streets. It ends at the bell tower near Rectors palace and the Bell Tower.

Thank Laurence M
Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

Beautiful place to ramble lots of little side streets for detours. Quaint shops and plenty of souvenir shops. Sit at one of the many cafes, bars or restaurants or simply have an ice cream walk and take in the views

Thank Debbie K
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Response from redsimon | Reviewed this property |
Dubrovnik Čilipi Airport has the code: DBV (not LIM). assuming that you mean to travel to DBV, as other have said transfers take 30-40 minutes and there are scheduled bus services from the Airport to the town. Of course... More