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Did Split and the islands last year and I would say more expensive than Dublin on the islands for eating out . Thumbs Down
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Did Split and the islands last year and I would say more expensive than Dublin on the islands for eating out . Thumbs Down

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You'll spend much of your time down the Riva i'd imagine. We were staying about 5 min spin just outside and used uber for all trips in and out (18 kuna = 3 euros) for each spin. Airport run was 45 euro with Uber so benchmark that. Price jacks up after midnight and it was close to 1am by time we arrived.

Restaurants - Zinfandel was our fave and very reasonably priced. Guy on guitar each eve and all pasta dishes are delicious. Fairly popular joint.
Bakra - about 300m from the Riva. Cool spot and great pizza. 
Bakeria Kitchen and Wine - most popular restaurant in Split and always busy. A little more upmarket and trendy. Good grub but bruschetta was crap.

Boozers - take your pick on the Riva. It rained a few times whilst there so we went into Caffe Bar St Riva which has a narrow balcony that is grand spot for people watching.

Plenty of other spots in the little squares off the riva and all sun traps. It was hot as balls when the sun was out and i currently look like Rodney after the sunbed. 

Fabrique - the coppers of split. Grand spot for late jar and to laugh at yanks that cant handle the session.

Quick stop for grub - whatever you do, do not focking miss Kantun Paulina. It's an absolute must. Looks like a dodgy chipper from the outside but the regular stream of punters will tell you all you need to know. Went three times for their sambos Embarrassed

Bokamorra - New York style pizza joint with a fancy spin on the usual classics. Nice cocktails too. At the other end of the Riva about 300m. 

Dont leave Split without doing the blue cave and 5 island tour. Hvar is f**king glorious. Only sorry i didnt get to spend more time there. 

For a beach, go to Kasjuni Beach. Magic spot. Just outside the town and a cool little beach bar there too. Off the beaten track and wasnt busy. 

Rent bikes too and head up to the Marjan park. Nice aul spin and good sights from up high.

I wouldnt bother with Trogir to be honest. F all there. Grand but only if stuck for something to do. 

Overall, transport cheap, beer reasonable, food moderate. 

Lovely place but 4 days is plenty for anybody going unless you're a sun worshiper and happy on the beach for a few days. 
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First things first, if you need an airport transfer from Dubrovnik to wherever you are staying, use this guy – Ivo - +385953790408 (I told him that I knew somebody heading over so he is half expecting a whatsapp etc.)

Ivo wil sort you out if you want to do any day trips into Bosnia or Montenegro. We went to Montenegro for some culture. Grand spot and a bit of an eye opener. You’re leaving the EU so some interesting sights.

Anyway, if you’re staying put in Dubrovnik, you’ll do the cable car. It’s a 5 mins walk from the old town and provides pano views of the whole place. It’s 10er up and back (75 Kunas) per person and there’s a nice boozer/restaurant at the top.

In the old town, you have to go to Bota - https://www.tripadvisor.ie/Restaurant_Review-g295371-d2098053-Reviews-Oyster_Sushi_Bar_Bota-Dubrovnik_Dubrovnik_Neretva_County_Dalmatia.html

Unreal grub (Asian fusion) and great lads working there.

Get your ass to Buza bar too in the old city gates. It’s through a hole in the wall and maybe try get down early for the sunset as it gets busy.

Boat trip – we used these guys (€50 a head and we had our own boat for 7) - https://www.tripadvisor.ie/ShowUserReviews-g295371-d6748690-r280556528-Dubrovnik_Boat_Trips-Dubrovnik_Dubrovnik_Neretva_County_Dalmatia.html

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We did 3 islands (swam to shore for a jar on Lopud – water temp 20 degrees) unreal

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That’s brilliant McG. Cheers for the tips. I’ll be there next weekend and I’ll report back after. 
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That’s brilliant McG. Cheers for the tips. I’ll be there next weekend and I’ll report back after. 
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That’s brilliant McG. Cheers for the tips. I’ll be there next weekend and I’ll report back after. 
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anybody ever been to La Rochelle in France...thinking of heading for a few days mini break.
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anybody ever been to La Rochelle in France...thinking of heading for a few days mini break.

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Originally posted by Claret Murph Claret Murph wrote:

Did Split and the islands last year and I would say more expensive than Dublin on the islands for eating out . Thumbs Down

What time of year did you go?
June last year , now a couple of days in Split , 10 days in Havr then rounded off with 3 days in Dub .
Now you can do it on the cheaper side no doubt but you will have to do it off  the beaten track .

This was top end on the key side in down town Havr , Starters € 20 , mains without veg ( steak ) €45 and cheap bottle of wine started at €46 up to whatever . 

We worked out we could have spent over €200 for one meal , now it was a very nice spot but this is Eastern Europe not the south of France . 
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anybody ever been to La Rochelle in France...thinking of heading for a few days mini break.

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That’s brilliant McG. Cheers for the tips. I’ll be there next weekend and I’ll report back after. 

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That’s brilliant McG. Cheers for the tips. I’ll be there next weekend and I’ll report back after. 

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Sorry I missed this post. 

Cheers to the lads for their tips. Had a super time in Croatia. 
We arrived in Split and cut our time short there as it was raining so we headed North to Zadar where it was lovely. We did do some white water rafting as we were gonna get wet outside anyway. That was decent though not really the "Extreme rafting experience" advertised and you would certainly get faster rapid in the Alps. McG, we took your advice and went to some of the recommendations before we left though. Zinfandel restaurant was especially nice. Nice range of food and the Ceviche was a highlight. 

Zadar is less touristy and a bit nicer than Split IMO. It's a slower pace there and nice for relaxing. Walking the promenade is pleasant. It's strange to see the Roman ruins incorporated fully into the town with people sitting on the remains of ancient pillars eating ice creams etc and bog standard apartment blocks and offices beside them, it had a bit of a Cuban feel in that regard. The coastal bus from Split takes an hour longer (3 hours total) than the highway but the scenery is beautiful so it's worthwhile doing it oneway anyway. 

Next on the list was Hvar. McG, you were spot on when you said it was glorious. That is the perfect word for it. We spent three days there and I could have happily stayed for longer. Its one of the more scenic locations I've ever been. It is pricey though which is the only issue. I was speaking to a local and he reckoned that they are trying to avoid it become overcrowded by keeping it high end. Having said that, we got a deadly apartment near Hvar town on Air BnB which was very reasonable. That allowed us cook some food and save on expenses. 

We got the ferry from Hvar to Dubrovnik for the last three days (3 hour trip). The Old Town is stunning and is like a living museum. It's almost surreal to see how well preserved it is given that people have been consistently living there down the ages. You can be having a beer on the walls one minute admiring an incredible view and then walking out a sea gate, diving in and having a swim the next. There is a touch of tourist trap about some of the pubs/restaurants though. Prices are high and the quality isn't great. 


Overall the holiday surpassed expectations and I would recommend a trip there with some caveats. One being some of the prices for food, taxis and drink. The other being when you consider going. I believe it gets very hot in Summer (30-38 degrees). I'm aware that complaining about numbers of tourists when you are one is a bit thick but you don't want to be going to a place uncomfortably full and I can see that being an issue with Dubrovnik. One of the locals was giving out sh*te to me about the cruise liners as they arrive with people en masse crowding up the place and they spend fook all money in the city before hitting the road. 
Also the beaches are stony so you need appropriate footwear for getting in for a dip to avoid sea urchins. The water is generally clear and calm, really good for swimming. The coastline and islands are as nice as I've seen anywhere in the world really. 

Croats came across well. They spoke English but were appreciative for a greeting in their native tongue. They are certainly proud people and I didnt generally feel like they were the type to rip off tourists which is a vibe I've gotten elsewhere usually with good reason. For example a waitress came after me with a few quid in her hand as she had miscalculated the bill and overcharged us. They think their government are numpties as well and love their football so there's plenty to chat about.  

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Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:

Originally posted by LO SCIENZIATO LO SCIENZIATO wrote:

Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:


That’s brilliant McG. Cheers for the tips. I’ll be there next weekend and I’ll report back after. 

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Sorry I missed this post. 

Cheers to the lads for their tips. Had a super time in Croatia. 
We arrived in Split and cut our time short there as it was raining so we headed North to Zadar where it was lovely. We did do some white water rafting as we were gonna get wet outside anyway. That was decent though not really the "Extreme rafting experience" advertised and you would certainly get faster rapid in the Alps. McG, we took your advice and went to some of the recommendations before we left though. Zinfandel restaurant was especially nice. Nice range of food and the Ceviche was a highlight. 

Zadar is less touristy and a bit nicer than Split IMO. It's a slower pace there and nice for relaxing. Walking the promenade is pleasant. It's strange to see the Roman ruins incorporated fully into the town with people sitting on the remains of ancient pillars eating ice creams etc and bog standard apartment blocks and offices beside them, it had a bit of a Cuban feel in that regard. The coastal bus from Split takes an hour longer (3 hours total) than the highway but the scenery is beautiful so it's worthwhile doing it oneway anyway. 

Next on the list was Hvar. McG, you were spot on when you said it was glorious. That is the perfect word for it. We spent three days there and I could have happily stayed for longer. Its one of the more scenic locations I've ever been. It is pricey though which is the only issue. I was speaking to a local and he reckoned that they are trying to avoid it become overcrowded by keeping it high end. Having said that, we got a deadly apartment near Hvar town on Air BnB which was very reasonable. That allowed us cook some food and save on expenses. 

We got the ferry from Hvar to Dubrovnik for the last three days (3 hour trip). The Old Town is stunning and is like a living museum. It's almost surreal to see how well preserved it is given that people have been consistently living there down the ages. You can be having a beer on the walls one minute admiring an incredible view and then walking out a sea gate, diving in and having a swim the next. There is a touch of tourist trap about some of the pubs/restaurants though. Prices are high and the quality isn't great. 


Overall the holiday surpassed expectations and I would recommend a trip there with some caveats. One being some of the prices for food, taxis and drink. The other being when you consider going. I believe it gets very hot in Summer (30-38 degrees). I'm aware that complaining about numbers of tourists when you are one is a bit thick but you don't want to be going to a place uncomfortably full and I can see that being an issue with Dubrovnik. One of the locals was giving out sh*te to me about the cruise liners as they arrive with people en masse crowding up the place and they spend fook all money in the city before hitting the road. 
Also the beaches are stony so you need appropriate footwear for getting in for a dip to avoid sea urchins. The water is generally clear and calm, really good for swimming. The coastline and islands are as nice as I've seen anywhere in the world really. 

Croats came across well. They spoke English but were appreciative for a greeting in their native tongue. They are certainly proud people and I didnt generally feel like they were the type to rip off tourists which is a vibe I've gotten elsewhere usually with good reason. For example a waitress came after me with a few quid in her hand as she had miscalculated the bill and overcharged us. They think their government are numpties as well and love their football so there's plenty to chat about.  

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as stated i have 3 night books and paid for in Cavtat so have another 4 nights left. was going to do 2 in Hvar and 2 in Split. Would you just do 4 in Hvar? 
On Hvar did you stay in Hvar town. Is it easy to get around the island to see the likes of Stari Grad etc? if it is, im half tempted to just stay the 4 nights in Hvar and see Split another time. Recommend any decent spots to stay on Hvar? 


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Originally posted by pre Madonna pre Madonna wrote:

The Romans were in Cuba?

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I didn't bump into any Romans when I was there anyway. What I meant but didn't explain well was that in Cuba a lot of the old buildings and main sights of historic interest are pretty accessible to anyone and you don't need a big wad of cash or to queue to experience them. 

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as stated i have 3 night books and paid for in Cavtat so have another 4 nights left. was going to do 2 in Hvar and 2 in Split. Would you just do 4 in Hvar? 
On Hvar did you stay in Hvar town. Is it easy to get around the island to see the likes of Stari Grad etc? if it is, im half tempted to just stay the 4 nights in Hvar and see Split another time. Recommend any decent spots to stay on Hvar? 

I might be a bit biased as we probably didn't get the best of Split due to the rain but I would give Split a day and then head to Hvar for the other three. The Roman forum and old town are worth a look for sure. 

Yeah, we stayed in Hvar town. This place was about €65/70 per night I think. 
It is a 4 or 5 minute walk up the steps from the harbour in the town where the action is and the apartment has great sea views from the balcony. The hosts gave us plenty of useful info too. 

Car and scooter rental is cheap enough. 200 Kuna a day for the scooter (€27) and is a good way to explore. Dubovica beach was the nicest one we were on but there are others closer to Hvar town.  

The Fortress on top of the hill is worth a look and theres some good restaurant and bars on the way which are better value than the harbour. 

The beach clubs are predictably a rip off but are great for a spot of perving. 
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Originally posted by LO SCIENZIATO LO SCIENZIATO wrote:

Originally posted by MC Hammered MC Hammered wrote:


That’s brilliant McG. Cheers for the tips. I’ll be there next weekend and I’ll report back after. 

Report MC? 

Sorry I missed this post. 

Cheers to the lads for their tips. Had a super time in Croatia. 
We arrived in Split and cut our time short there as it was raining so we headed North to Zadar where it was lovely. We did do some white water rafting as we were gonna get wet outside anyway. That was decent though not really the "Extreme rafting experience" advertised and you would certainly get faster rapid in the Alps. McG, we took your advice and went to some of the recommendations before we left though. Zinfandel restaurant was especially nice. Nice range of food and the Ceviche was a highlight. 

Zadar is less touristy and a bit nicer than Split IMO. It's a slower pace there and nice for relaxing. Walking the promenade is pleasant. It's strange to see the Roman ruins incorporated fully into the town with people sitting on the remains of ancient pillars eating ice creams etc and bog standard apartment blocks and offices beside them, it had a bit of a Cuban feel in that regard. The coastal bus from Split takes an hour longer (3 hours total) than the highway but the scenery is beautiful so it's worthwhile doing it oneway anyway. 

Next on the list was Hvar. McG, you were spot on when you said it was glorious. That is the perfect word for it. We spent three days there and I could have happily stayed for longer. Its one of the more scenic locations I've ever been. It is pricey though which is the only issue. I was speaking to a local and he reckoned that they are trying to avoid it become overcrowded by keeping it high end. Having said that, we got a deadly apartment near Hvar town on Air BnB which was very reasonable. That allowed us cook some food and save on expenses. 

We got the ferry from Hvar to Dubrovnik for the last three days (3 hour trip). The Old Town is stunning and is like a living museum. It's almost surreal to see how well preserved it is given that people have been consistently living there down the ages. You can be having a beer on the walls one minute admiring an incredible view and then walking out a sea gate, diving in and having a swim the next. There is a touch of tourist trap about some of the pubs/restaurants though. Prices are high and the quality isn't great. 


Overall the holiday surpassed expectations and I would recommend a trip there with some caveats. One being some of the prices for food, taxis and drink. The other being when you consider going. I believe it gets very hot in Summer (30-38 degrees). I'm aware that complaining about numbers of tourists when you are one is a bit thick but you don't want to be going to a place uncomfortably full and I can see that being an issue with Dubrovnik. One of the locals was giving out sh*te to me about the cruise liners as they arrive with people en masse crowding up the place and they spend fook all money in the city before hitting the road. 
Also the beaches are stony so you need appropriate footwear for getting in for a dip to avoid sea urchins. The water is generally clear and calm, really good for swimming. The coastline and islands are as nice as I've seen anywhere in the world really. 

Croats came across well. They spoke English but were appreciative for a greeting in their native tongue. They are certainly proud people and I didnt generally feel like they were the type to rip off tourists which is a vibe I've gotten elsewhere usually with good reason. For example a waitress came after me with a few quid in her hand as she had miscalculated the bill and overcharged us. They think their government are numpties as well and love their football so there's plenty to chat about.  

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