About the home
The apartment is located in the centre of the Old Town of Dubrovnik, at Prijeko Street, and is easily accessible from main street Stadun. The position and surroundings of the apartment allow you to enjoy the peaceful and magic atmosphere of the Old medieval city of Dubrovnik, while one minutes walk from it will bring you to the main street Stradun, the centre of all happenings.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 4, 1 bedroom|
|Nearest beach:||Banje, 200m|
|Will consider:||Long lets|
|Access:||Car not necessary|
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility
|Notes:||No pets allowed|
No smoking at this property
|General:||Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV|
|Standard:||Toaster, Hair dryer|
|Utilities:||Cooker, Fridge, Washing machine|
|Rooms:||1 Bedroom, 1 family bathroom|
|Furniture:||Sofabeds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seating for 4, Lounge seating for 4|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
|Outdoors:||Balcony / Terrace|
Further details indoors:
The apartment of 35 square meters (for 4 persons) is on the second floor, consists of a kitchen with dinning, bedroom (double bed), plus one sofa in the living room, bathroom and little balcony with the view to the streets of the Old Town.
Further details outdoors:
The apartment is in the old stone house. It is situated in Prijeko Street famous by many restaurants.
The Dubrovnik Riviera/Islands region
The history of Dubrovnik is a fascinating study of the rise of a great maritime power that lived in peace and prosperity for nearly five centuries.
Dubrovnik was originally called Ragusa and was formed in the 7th century when coastal residents took refuge there under the onslaught of barbarian invasions. Walls were quickly built to protect the new settlement.
Over the next four centuries Ragusa expanded its influence over the coast and became increasingly prosperous by trading with other Mediterranean cities. In 1205 it fell under the control of Venice but it managed to break away in 1358.
By the 15th century the Republic of Ragusa was a major rival of Venice for control of the Adriatic waterways, trading with the Near East and Europe. It maintained its independence through canny diplomacy and used its wealth to expand its cultural and political influence.
In 1667, Dubrovnik was devastated by a major earthquake which destroyed most of its Renaissance art and architecture. Only the Sponza Palace and the Rector's Palace survived the destruction. The city was reconstructed in the baroque style that you see today.
After the earthquake, Dubrovnik fell into decline, hastened by the emergence of other European naval powers. It was Napoleon who finally put an end to the republic in 1806 when he entered the city and announced its annexation. In 1815, the Congress of Vienna ceded Dubrovnik to Austria to whom it remained attached until 1918.
Dubrovnik began to develop its tourist industry in the late 19th century. Luminaries such as Lord Byron, George Bernard Shaw and Agatha Christie were awed by the town and Dubrovnik became a major tourist centre.
The climate along the Dubrovnik Region is a typical Mediterranean one, with mild, rainy winters and hot and dry summers.
The Dubrovnik / Dubrovnik Old Town area
A feature of Dubrovnik is its walls that run more than 3 km around the city. The walls run from four to six metres thick on the landward side but are much thinner on the seaward side. The system of turrets and towers were intended to protect the vulnerable city. Other monuments:Sponza Palace, the Rectors Palace, St. Saviour Church, Franciscan Monastery, St Blaise's church, Dubrovnik’s baroque Cathedral, the city's Dominican Monastery (with the library), Gothic-Romanesque church.
The oldest cultural festival in Croatia, Dubrovnik Summer Festival takes place from 10th July to 25th of August in Dubrovnik presenting rich and vibrant theatre program in the fields of theatre, ballet, classic music and opera.
The Julian Rachlin and Friends Festival - chamber music of the highest quality - is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year (2010).
How to get there
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Airport is 20 km from town. Connected with London, Dublin, Frankfurt, Munchen every day and many other destinations.
Getting there by car - highway almost all way from Austrian or Italian border.
Activities near Dubrovnik
Tennis in town
Beach or lakeside relaxation
A winter sun break
25 Nov 2011
The apartment is in the center, very clean, very good equipped kitchen. The beach is 5 minutes walk. There are many restaurant in the street. You will enjoy.
|Rental prices originally quoted in: Euros €||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 4|
|Period||From||To||Weekly||Nightly rate|| Minimum |
|1 Apr 13||1 May 13||€ 662||€ 95||€ 95||2 Nights|
|1 May 13||1 Jun 13||€ 809||€ 116||€ 116||2 Nights|
|1 Jun 13||1 Jul 13||€ 956||€ 137||€ 137||2 Nights|
|1 Jul 13||1 Sep 13||€ 1103||€ 158||€ 158||2 Nights|
|1 Sep 13||1 Oct 13||€ 956||€ 137||€ 137||2 Nights|
|1 Oct 13||1 Nov 13||€ 809||€ 116||€ 116||2 Nights|
|1 Nov 13||1 May 14||€ 662||€ 95||€ 95||2 Nights|
The property does not have weekend tariffs.
NB: Prices may be subject to change at the advertiser's discretion.
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