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All reviews marco polo mini dubrovnik old city bell tower narrow streets walled town peljesac peninsula beautiful island day trip restaurants and bars steeped in history couple of hours walk around cruise ship adriatic sea stunning views croatia
It is said that Marco Polo passed through the town where I was born, so this felt like returning a visit. A few hundred years too late, but nonetheless - it was worth while to see where this first true world traveler came from. I...More
This is a picture postcard old town filled with history and modern gift-shops in equal measure. There are some nice shops selling interesting tourist gifts and art. Lovely cafes line the sea-front so you can eat a tasty alfresco meal, enjoying the fabulous views out...More
This is one of the most pristine little islands I've ever seen. The old city is an absolute must-see. Pretty soon the secret will be out and it will be overrun by tourists, just like Dubrovnik, but that's why you should book a trip here...More
Korčula is one of the, or it is, most beautiful croatian islands, you can be sure of that !
But Korčula town, or old city is a fabulous and egzotic little heaven. Yes, I must confess that Korčula town really is similar to Dubrovnik, it...More
This is the touristic center of the island.
The atmosphere is similar to the old town of Dubrovnik. So, some people call this as Little Dubrovnik.
There are decent restaurants, Marco Polo Shops, Museums, etc.
I visited as a day trip. But, also good for...More
We just hired the bikes from the hire shop in the centre of the town and rode the bikes to the beach and areas of interest. The assistant in the hire shop gave us handy spots and hints where hills were present (how to miss... More
We just hired the bikes from the hire shop in the centre of the town and rode the bikes to the beach and areas of interest. The assistant in the hire shop gave us handy spots and hints where hills were present (how to miss them). So no tour, self exploration.