11 Best Things to do in Dubrovnik, Croatia (2022)

I think we fell in love with Dubrovnik even before setting foot in Croatia. An ancient, walled medieval city on the Adriatic Sea, filled with world class restaurants and narrow cobblestoned lanes to explore…what’s not to love?

One day is all you need to see the best of Dubrovnik, although we recommend spending more time here if it works in your itinerary. Dubrovnik has a way of grabbing ahold of you, making you want to stay longerthan you planned.

Whether you plan on being in town for a day or more, here are the best things to do in Dubrovnik.

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Dubrovnik seen from highway D8

Best Things to Do in Dubrovnik

1. Walk the Dubrovnik Walls

If you only do one thing, you must walk the Dubrovnik Walls. There is no better way to experience Dubrovnik than to see it from the medieval walls.

It takes approximately two hours to walk the entire loop around the city. The views are spectacular the entire way. Highlights include climbing theMinceta Tower and views over the Old Town. Be prepared to take tons of photos!!

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The Dubrovnik Walls | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

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View from the Dubrovnik Walls | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

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For more information (and lots more photos), read our post about the Dubrovnik Walls.

WALKING TOUR OF THE DUBROVNIK WALLS: On this two-hour walking tour, visit the Dubrovnik walls with an experienced guide. This tour is timed so that you get to watch sunset from the walls.

2. Wander the Old Town of Dubrovnik

After your tour on the medieval walls, it is time to wander the streets of the Old Town. The main part of Dubrovnik is compact and easy to walk. The narrow streets are filled with restaurants and small shops, perfect places for pit stops on a leisurely stroll through the city.

This old town walking tour is one of the best experiences in the city. Learn about Dubrovnik’s fascinating history and visit historical landmarks with a local guide who is licensed by the Croatian Ministry of Tourism.

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Ploce Gate | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

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4. Get a Bird’s Eye View of Dubrovnik

Taking a ride on the cable car is a must-do if you want an aerial view over Dubrovnik. The views of the city and the Adriatic Coast are spectacular from up here.

We also recommend dining at the Panorama Restaurant. If you want a table with a view of the city, call ahead for a reservation. Dinner here at sunset would be amazing.

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View from the Panorama Restaurant | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

Ticket Prices: 110 kn for a one-way ticket, 200 kn for a round-trip ticket. For more information, including hours of operation, visit the Cable Car website.

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5. Visit Fort Lovrijenac

This ancient fortress is worth a visit for two reasons. Number one, the view of Dubrovnik from here is stunning. And number two, this is a Game of Thrones filming site. Lovrijenac Fortress is where the tournament was held on King Joffrey’s name day.

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Fort Lovrijenac | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

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View of Dubrovnik from Fort Lovrijenac | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

6. Take a Tour of King’s Landing

If you are a Game of Thrones fan, rejoice. Dubrovnik is King’s Landing. This city is one of the best Game of Thrones filming locations you can visit since so much of the city was featured in the show.

St. Dominika Street is where Cersei made her walk of shame. Minceta Tower is used as the House of the Undying and this is where Daenerys recovers her dragons that were stolen from her. Pile Bay is Blackwater Bay, used multiple times in the Game of Thrones.

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Pile Bay and Lovrijenac Fortress | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

Game of Thrones Tours in Dubrovnik

If you are a Game of Thrones fan, one of the best things to do in Dubrovnik is to take a Game of Thrones tour, and there are a lot to choose from.

On GetYourGuide, the Epic Game of Thrones Walking Tour gets 5-star reviews. On this 3-hour tour, visit the main filming locations and even sit on the Iron Throne.

Or, you can take a 2-hour Game of Thrones tour that includes a short walking tour, a cruise around Dubrovnik, and a Game of Thrones cocktail.

Finally, this 5-hour tour includes filming sites both in the old town of Dubrovnik and those outside of the city. On this tour, you get to see the filming location of the Red Keep and aerial views over Dubrovnik.

7. Gornji Ugao Tower

For a Dubrovnik history lesson, visit the Gornji Ugao Tower. This is an interesting look at the history of the city as you tour the excavated foundry.

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Gornji Ugao Tower | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

The Gornji Ugao Tower is difficult to find. It is located near Minceta Tower but you do not enter it from the city walls. You have to walk up to Minceta Tower from the Stradun. To get to the entrance, walk across the basketball court to the doorway on the far side of the court.

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Currently, there is a new entrance being constructed. Once this is complete, access will be from the base of the Minceta Tower.

8. Visit Lokrum Island

This is one of the most popular excursions to take while visiting Dubrovnik. A short ferry ride connects the Dubrovnik harbor to this island. Visit Lokrum Island if you want a break from “city life” by spending the day at the beach or wandering the gardens. Peacocks and large rabbits roam the island.

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Lokrum Island | Best things to do in Dubrovnik

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For Game of Thrones fans, here is your chance to sit on the Iron Throne and visit another filming site at the Benedictine Monastery. This Game of Thrones tour sounds awesome…hear insights and facts from guides who participated in the production of the TV series and visit the filming sites in both the old town and on Lokrum Island.

9. Go Wine Tasting

Did you know that Croatia produces awesome wine? To sample Croatian and Montenegrin wine, don’t miss D’Vino Wine Bar. Take a wine flight and try the meat and cheese platters…delicious!! This was one of our favorite experiences and we visited D’Vino on two of our three nights here.

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PRO TRAVEL TIP: Call ahead for a reservation, especially during the busier summer months. This is a small place with only a handful of tables. Visit their website here.

10. Eat Your Way through Dubrovnik

With a location on the sea, many restaurants serve fresh fish and seafood. But you can also find Italian, Vegan, Japanese, and Bosnian restaurants in town. We would visit Dubrovnik again just for the food.

This city also makes the perfect location for a food and wine tour. On this 3-hour tour, sample local wines and food as you stroll through the old town of Dubrovnik.

11. Take a Day Trip

It’s hard to leave Dubrovnik, but this city makes a great home base if you want to take day trips to explore the surrounding towns.

Korčula. This gorgeous, medieval city located on the Adriatic Sea is the birthplace of Marco Polo. You can also combine a visit to Korčula with Ston and the peninsula Pelješac.

Kotor, Montenegro. If you want a quick visit toMontenegro, consider taking a day trip to Kotor. Montenegro, with its Bay of Kotor and medieval towns, is amazing. We recommend spending two days or more in Montenegro, but if all you have time for is a day trip to Kotor, it will still be time well spent. On this day tour from Dubrovnik, visit Kotor, Perast and take a cruise on the Bay of Kotor.

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Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Mostar is a town in Bosnia & Herzegovina with a charming old town and a bridge that looks like it belongs in a fairytale. On this day tour from Dubrovnik, visit Mostar and Kravica waterfall.

When to Go to Dubrovnik

Visiting in June, July, or August. The summer months are peak season in Dubrovnik. Expect large crowds and hot weather. There could be long queues to get onto the medieval walls. Plan on making reservations at restaurants and booking your accommodations in advance.

Dubrovnik in April. We toured Croatia during the month of April. I was concerned about being here in the off-season, but it was awesome!! Crowds were low, restaurants were open, temperatures were 70°F (21°C), and eveningswere a little chilly. It’s not ideal weather to go to the beach, however, it was wonderful not having to deal with large crowds of people.

May and September are great months to visit Dubrovnik if you want to avoid the crowds and have warm weather.

Where We Stayed

We stayed at the Villa Ani Apartments,just a 5 minute walk from Pile Gate. This place is awesome, especially for families. We had a penthouse apartment (apartment Ariel) with two bedrooms, one bathroom, a full kitchen and living area. From our windows we could look out over the Dubrovnik Walls and Lovrijenac Fortress. This place was perfect and without a doubt we would stay here again.

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A Few More Ideas of How to Spend Your Time in Dubrovnik

If you have any questions about the best things to do in Dubrovnik, let us know in the comment section below.

More Information about Croatia

DUBROVNIK: In addition to this article about the best things to do in Dubrovnik, we also have a guide on Where to Eat in Dubrovnik and an article about how to walk the Dubrovnik Walls.

BALKAN PENINSULA ITINERARY: Learn how to combine Croatia, Montenegro, and Bosnia & Herzegovina into one epic road trip in our 11 Day Balkan Peninsula Itinerary.

PLACES TO GO IN CROATIA: Along the Dalmatian Coast, the towns of Splitand Trogirare wonderful coastal towns to add to your Croatia itinerary. We also have information about how to visit the island of Brac, how to explore the amazing Plitvice Lakes, and how to visit the Istrian Peninsula.

ISTRIAN PENINSULA: With 3 days, you can go on a whirlwind tour of the Istrian Peninsula of Croatia. Learn how to visit Pula, Cape Kamenjak, and Rovinj.

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FAQs

How many days in Dubrovnik is enough? ›

SHORT AND SWEET - TWO DAYS IN DUBROVNIK IS ENOUGH TIME TO EXPLORE OLD TOWN AND SEE THE TOP SIGHTS. FOUR DAYS IS IDEAL IF YOU WANT TIME TO RELAX BY THE BEACH/POOL AND ADD ONE OR TWO DAY TRIPS. Two days in Dubrovnik is just enough time to explore Old Town and the surrounding areas.

Is 3 days enough in Dubrovnik? ›

With four to five days in Dubrovnik, it is also possible to take a day trip from the city. Three days allows you to fully experience both the gleaming old town and the city by way of the Adriatic with time to venture outside of the Dalmatian capital.

Is 2 days enough in Dubrovnik? ›

Dubrovnik a small town, so unless you plan to take day trips to islands or other attractions nearby, two days is the perfect amount of time to get to know this ancient city. (If you're interested in seeing on overview of our entire 2 week itinerary in Croatia, I've written up a summary of our trip here.

What is Dubrovnik Croatia known for? ›

It is known for its rich history and culture, stunning architecture, and picturesque landscapes. The city's Old Town is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and full of historic landmarks like the Walls of Dubrovnik and Rector's Palace.

Is 1 day in Dubrovnik enough? ›

Although it's recommended to spend at least 3 days in Dubrovnik and the area around it, one day in Dubrovnik is still enough time to explore the most exciting sights. There's no way you won't fall in love with it!

What is the best month to visit Dubrovnik? ›

Dubrovnik has a temperate climate with warm dry summers and cooler winters. The best time to visit Dubrovnik is between June and August. The hottest month of the year is July with an average daily maximum of 31 C and an average low of 23 C.

Is 10 days too long in Dubrovnik? ›

Planning Your Trip to Croatia

Spending a week in Croatia is a great choice for most travelers. In seven to 10 days, you can easily explore Dubrovnik, Split, and the Dalmatian Islands, with enough time left over to add another region or national park to the itinerary.

Is 4 days in Dubrovnik too much? ›

Spending 4 days in Dubrovnik is just the right amount of time to see the main tourists spots, enjoy the beach, see the islands, and even try some wine.

Which is better Split or Dubrovnik? ›

Maybe you just want a quick answer to the question: Is Dubrovnik or Split better? Dubrovnik is a better travel destination for foodies, and has a better Old Town. Split offers better nightlife, better day trip options, and is generally cheaper than Dubrovnik. Both destinations offer excellent beaches.

Can you walk Dubrovnik walls for free? ›

If you purchased the Dubrovnik Card, entrance is free. The Dubrovnik Card for 1-day is 225 kunas. So if you think you'll go to just one of the other attractions included with the card, it's a no brainer. Otherwise, tickets to enter the walls of Dubrovnik are 200 kunas (about $32).

How do I spend a weekend in Dubrovnik? ›

How to spend the perfect long weekend in Dubrovnik
  1. Friday morning: walk the City Walls (before the crowds arrive) ...
  2. Friday afternoon: reach the peak of Mt Srđ, then head down to the beach. ...
  3. Friday evening: dine in style on almost-forgotten local specialties. ...
  4. Saturday morning: take a boat ride down the coast to Cavtat.

Do you need a car in Dubrovnik? ›

If you only plan to stay in big towns like Zagreb, Split, or Dubrovnik, you'll probably be better off without a car. Intercity buses are a convenient, frequent, fast, and cheap way to go from one town to another. Once in the town, you can use public transport to move around, or you can simply explore a town on foot.

Can you get a boat from Dubrovnik to Split? ›

Dubrovnik to Split Ferries. Connects ferry port Dubrovnik on the Croatian mainland with ferry port Split on the Croatian mainland. This ferry route to Split is currently served by 3 companies: Jadrolinija, Kapetan Luka and TP Line. In the high season it runs 4 journeys per day, in total 28 times per week from Dubrovnik ...

What is a typical Croatian breakfast? ›

A 'traditional' breakfast in continental Croatia would typically consist of polenta and cornbread with lard and a sprinkling of paprika and a strong coffee.

How much is a cup of coffee in Croatia? ›

Coffee is also usually cheap in Croatia and I have to say it that the Croats love their coffee! Prices range from 10 to 25 Kuna (€1.3 to €3.3) depending on the place. Usually, you can have great coffee here for around €1.5 per cup.

Is 4 nights enough in Dubrovnik? ›

Dubrovnik is simply stunning but once you walk the walls, stradun, marina, shops, etc you've seen it all. It's a very small place and 3/4 nights is enough to see it.

How much does it cost to walk the wall in Dubrovnik? ›

As of 2019, Dubrovnik City Wall tickets cost 200 HRK (around US $30) per person. Tickets include one-time access to the Dubrovnik City Walls (you can't enter and leave the walls once you start the walk), as well as a visit to the nearby Lovrijenac Fortress within 3 days of purchasing the ticket.

Is Dubrovnik worth visiting? ›

Dubrovnik has the amazing, Mediterranean climate which guarantees a lot of sunny days throughout the year. The crystal clear waters and the beaches are also beautiful - especially contrasting with the view of spectacular walls of the old town.

Does it rain a lot in Dubrovnik? ›

Although rare, rainy days happen in Dubrovnik. If you happen to be present for such a day, you don't have to worry. It's still one of the most beautiful towns in Europe and Croatia. We recommend taking it slow, and having a relaxing day, while it's a rainy day.

What are the busiest days in Dubrovnik? ›

The busiest time in Dubrovnik are midmornings on the days that large cruise ships arrive in the town and a few thousand of visitors go for sightseeing. The town gets overcrowded. However, by the mid-afternoon on the same days, the crow lessens and the town gets much calmer.

Is the sea warm in Dubrovnik? ›

The average sea temperature is of 14 °C (57.5 °F). Therefore, the sea is very cold for swimming. In April, the weather in Dubrovnik is usually very mild. The average temperature is of 15.1 °C (59 °F), with a minimum of 12.1 °C (53.8 °F) and a maximum of 18.2 °C (64.7 °F).

What is the best month to visit Croatia? ›

The best time to visit Croatia is during the summer months, from June to September, when sunlight is plentiful and temperatures are warm, between 66°F and 86°F. These conditions are ideal for boating and swimming in the blue waters around the islands.

Is Dubrovnik Croatia expensive? ›

Choosing somewhere to stay in Dubrovnik is one of the areas that people would consider most expensive. However, the good news is, it's totally affordable. There are great options on Airbnb, and booking.com so suit every budget.

Is Dubrovnik easy to get around? ›

There are no trains, trams or subways in Dubrovnik, and this compact city is easily explored on foot. But if you're seeking secluded beaches or uninhabited islands, Dubrovnik boasts a reliable transport network of buses and ferries. Culture Trip explores the best ways to get around the Pearl of the Adriatic.

How far is it from Dubrovnik to Split? ›

How to Get from Dubrovnik to Split. There are a number of ways to travel the 143 miles (230 kilometers) between two of Croatia's most popular coastal destinations, Dubrovnik and Split.

Is it safe to visit Dubrovnik? ›

Dubrovnik is overall a very safe city to visit, even compared to other tourist cities in Europe. However, there is some petty theft around the tourist landmarks, but using your common sense should get you out of any trouble.

How do I get from Dubrovnik to Split? ›

Two companies operate a passenger-only ferry between Split and Dubrovnik: Jadrolinija and Krilo. Jadrolinija sails every day from June through September. The ferry departs Dubrovnik at 7 am, arriving in Split around 1 pm. It departs from Split at 3:30 pm and arrives in Dubrovnik at 9:25 pm.

Does Dubrovnik have a beach? ›

Though a small city, great beaches in Dubrovnik aren't as hard to come by as you might think. The city's stunning coastline is full of different beach options, from rugged ones surrounded by cliffs and rocky coves, to secluded swimming spots with calm and clear waters.

What is the best area to stay in Croatia? ›

Where to Stay in Croatia 2022
  • #1: Zagreb: Croatia's charming inland capital.
  • #2: Pula: Gorgeous coastline and Roman ruins.
  • #3: Split: The sunny heart of Dalmatia.
  • #4: Dubrovnik: A medieval town with a modern lifestyle.
  • #5: Hvar Island: Lavender hills and coastal vistas.
  • #6: Zadar: A unique historical town.
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Can I use euros in Dubrovnik? ›

Euro is widely accepted in Dubrovnik, but the rate you will get is horrible and sometimes you might end up paying almost double the price.

Where is the walk of shame in Dubrovnik? ›

The most iconic scene in season five “Walk of Shame”, in which Cersei Lannister forced to walk naked through the streets of King's Landing begin at the top of the Jesuit Staircase. This beautiful and elegant Baroque stairs are located on the south side of Gundulic Square.

Where should I start the wall walk in Dubrovnik? ›

There are three places to start the walk on the Dubrovnik Walls: Pile Gate, by Fort St. Johns, and by Fort St. Luke on Od sv. Dominika Street.

Why is Dubrovnik so popular? ›

Dubrovnik is among the top 10 medieval walled cities in the world. In addition to this, it also pleases its visitors with its clean sea and peaceful atmosphere. Tourists make up the city's crowd in the summer, because the city's own population is only 49 thousand people. Dubrovnik became so popular in last 10 years.

Was Game of Thrones filmed in Dubrovnik? ›

The coastal city of Dubrovnik, Croatia has been one of Game of Thrones' most prominent filming locations, mostly for the exteriors of Westeros' capital city, King's Landing. Dubrovnik's Lovrijenac Fort was the set for most of the Red Keep scenes, the West Pier for Blackwater Bay, and the Jesuit Stairs off St.

How many days in Split is enough? ›

Two days in Split are enough to cover all of the main activities in town. However, due to its ideal location, there are so many day trips that you can (or rather should) take while in Split.

Can I use US dollars in Croatia? ›

Major credit and debit cards are accepted in most banks and hotels. Most ATMs accept standard international credit and debit cards. Pounds sterling, US dollars and euros are easily exchanged for local currency. Only exchange money at reliable places such as banks and currency exchange bureaux.

Is driving difficult in Croatia? ›

Croatia is the perfect European country for a road trip as not only is it easily maneuverable, but it also has a ton of sites to see that are only accessible if you have your own set of wheels.

Is there Uber in Croatia? ›

Uber and the Croatian market

And yet Uber expanded. After starting in Zagreb, Uber quickly expanded down to the coast. It is now present all along the Dalmatian coast, as well as Rijeka and Istria. The ease of downloading an app and using this service was what attracted Croatians in the first place.

How long does the ferry take from Split to Dubrovnik? ›

How long is ferry from Split to Dubrovnik? 4,5 hours is the catamaran (ferry) ride from Split to Dubrovnik. This is if you are traveling with Kapetan Luka (krilo.hr) catamarans.

Is there a train between Split and Dubrovnik? ›

There is no train connection between Dubrovnik and Split.

How long is the drive from Dubrovnik to Split? ›

Yes, the driving distance between Dubrovnik to Split is 230 km. It takes approximately 2h 58m to drive from Dubrovnik to Split.

Is 4 days in Dubrovnik too much? ›

Spending 4 days in Dubrovnik is just the right amount of time to see the main tourists spots, enjoy the beach, see the islands, and even try some wine.

Is 4 nights enough in Dubrovnik? ›

Dubrovnik is simply stunning but once you walk the walls, stradun, marina, shops, etc you've seen it all. It's a very small place and 3/4 nights is enough to see it.

Is Split or Dubrovnik better? ›

Maybe you just want a quick answer to the question: Is Dubrovnik or Split better? Dubrovnik is a better travel destination for foodies, and has a better Old Town. Split offers better nightlife, better day trip options, and is generally cheaper than Dubrovnik. Both destinations offer excellent beaches.

How many days in Croatia is enough? ›

How Many Days are Enough in Croatia? 10 days is the ideal amount of time for most travelers to explore Croatia. With that said, Croatia is an incredibly diverse place to visit with a lot of things to do, so if you have more time you can visit for three weeks or even a month.

Is Dubrovnik Croatia expensive? ›

Choosing somewhere to stay in Dubrovnik is one of the areas that people would consider most expensive. However, the good news is, it's totally affordable. There are great options on Airbnb, and booking.com so suit every budget.

How do I spend a weekend in Dubrovnik? ›

How to spend the perfect long weekend in Dubrovnik
  1. Friday morning: walk the City Walls (before the crowds arrive) ...
  2. Friday afternoon: reach the peak of Mt Srđ, then head down to the beach. ...
  3. Friday evening: dine in style on almost-forgotten local specialties. ...
  4. Saturday morning: take a boat ride down the coast to Cavtat.

Is Dubrovnik easy to get around? ›

There are no trains, trams or subways in Dubrovnik, and this compact city is easily explored on foot. But if you're seeking secluded beaches or uninhabited islands, Dubrovnik boasts a reliable transport network of buses and ferries. Culture Trip explores the best ways to get around the Pearl of the Adriatic.

How far is it from Dubrovnik to Split? ›

How to Get from Dubrovnik to Split. There are a number of ways to travel the 143 miles (230 kilometers) between two of Croatia's most popular coastal destinations, Dubrovnik and Split.

Can you get a boat from Dubrovnik to Split? ›

Dubrovnik to Split Ferries. Connects ferry port Dubrovnik on the Croatian mainland with ferry port Split on the Croatian mainland. This ferry route to Split is currently served by 3 companies: Jadrolinija, Kapetan Luka and TP Line. In the high season it runs 4 journeys per day, in total 28 times per week from Dubrovnik ...

Is Dubrovnik worth visiting? ›

Dubrovnik has the amazing, Mediterranean climate which guarantees a lot of sunny days throughout the year. The crystal clear waters and the beaches are also beautiful - especially contrasting with the view of spectacular walls of the old town.

What is the best month to go to Croatia? ›

The best time to visit Croatia is during the summer months, from June to September, when sunlight is plentiful and temperatures are warm, between 66°F and 86°F. These conditions are ideal for boating and swimming in the blue waters around the islands.

Does Dubrovnik have a beach? ›

Though a small city, great beaches in Dubrovnik aren't as hard to come by as you might think. The city's stunning coastline is full of different beach options, from rugged ones surrounded by cliffs and rocky coves, to secluded swimming spots with calm and clear waters.

How much spending money will I need for a week in Croatia? ›

What is this? On average, you can expect your trip to Croatia to cost €45-105 per day (about $50-118 USD per day) if visiting the country on a budget but are still wanting to enjoy the occasional splurge. However, this travel budget can vary significantly depending on your spending habits.

What is the best way to get around Croatia? ›

How to get around in Croatia
  1. Bus. Bus services across Croatia are excellent and relatively inexpensive. ...
  2. Boat. Numerous boats connect the main coastal centers and their surrounding islands year-round, with services extended in the tourist season. ...
  3. Train. ...
  4. Car. ...
  5. Air. ...
  6. Bicycle. ...
  7. Local transportation. ...
  8. Accessible transportation.
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What is the best way to see Croatia? ›

The best way to travel around Croatia is by car. Croatia is a small country with great roads and lots of nice little villages totally worth a detour. The only way to really discover the country is to travel by car. We've written a full post about driving in Croatia as well as about car rental in Croatia.

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