• Walking The Walls Of Dubrovnik

    One of the main activities was walking the walls of Dubrovnik. It was towards the end of our trip and our final group activity together so it was the perfect send off before people started to leave to journey home. We did it at the perfect time of day so it wasn’t too busy or too hot but was still hot enough to walk around the Walls.

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    We had the most perfect weather throughout our time in Croatia. It was the perfect photography conditions and weather to enjoy our time. The Walls are a protective stone wall which surrounds the city of Dubrovnik. They have done ever since the war with Bosnia and Montenegro. This complex structure, amongst the largest and most complete in Europe. This has protected the freedom and safety of Dubrovnik for over five centuries. In 1979 the old city joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Site.

    The best time to walk the walls is either early in the morning or later in the afternoon.

    walking the walls of dubrovnik

    The Walls have been perfectly preserved up to the present day. They have withheld 8 major wars including Bosnia and Montenegro’s take over.

    The entrance to the walk is by Pile Gate. You have to buy a ticket before you can enter the walk, which adult tickets cost 150 kuna. It’s best to go as early as possible to avoid the crowds and also the hottest part of the day. They open from 8am during the summer and 10am during the winter. We went quite early in the morning so it wasn’t too busy and the heat was just right but still quite warm. It’s great as you get a view of Dubrovnik from all parts of the walls and also the horizon.

    [su_service title=”Price” icon=”icon: money” icon_color=”#d5b5af”]An adult ticket to walk the walls cost 150 kuna per person. And I believe a child ticket cost 50 kuna. [/su_service]

    The length of the walk can typically take up to 2 hours but it all depends on how quick you walk and how many times you stop to take photos etc. It took me about an hour to walk the walls as I am generally a fast walker but also stopped quite a bit to take photos, also it wasn’t that busy so I was able to get around that much faster.

    Make sure you keep your ticket on you at all times as they do regular checks to make sure people don’t join who haven’t purchased a ticket. I also recommend keeping a bottle of water on you as you walk especially if it’s a hot day and also keep your sunscreen topped up.

    Make sure you check out my guide to Dubrovnik if you plan on going there. 

    walking the walls of dubrovnik

    For more information on the Walls, check out their website. 

    Would you like to walk the Walls of Dubrovnik when you visit?