All in Dubrovnik

Sure you've heard many times that someone is traveling without a guide and spent a lot of time until he found a real restaurant and learned about the history of the city, where to sleep, what to visit, where to eat and things like that.
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In case you decide to move around Croatia freely, recommended option is to rent a car.There are many agencies that provide cars of various sizes and manufacturers, as wellas mini buses and minivans, with the option of picking it up in one place and returning inanother.
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Public transpot in Dubrovnik is well-organised. The typical, easy-to-recognise, orangy buses (Libertas company), can take you to and from Pile and Ploce (Old Town), Port Gruz, Lapad and Babin Kuk.
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From Luža you can head either northeast via the Dominican monastery and Ploče Gate to the Revelin Fortress, or south to the Rector's Palace (Knežev dvor), the seat of the Ragusan government. The building was effectively a prison: the rector, elected for just one month, had no real power and could on…
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       Beyond the monastery, the lane emerges at the Ploče Gate, the main eastern entrance to the old town. It's larger than the Pile Gate, with another statue of St Blaise in the niche above (the oldest in the city) and a bridge across the moat dating from 1449. The Revelin Fort…
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