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    To drive from Dubrovnik to Medugorje do I take the highway to Mostar and watch out for the signs to Medugorje?

    Hi, From Dubrovnik drive towards Split, cross Bosnia and Hercegovina border at Neum, re-enter Croatia and drive to Metković. You will need to cross the border to Bosnia and Hercegovina again, continue towards Čapljina, after Čapljina drive 6 km (towards Ljubuški), there will be signs for Međugorje. There will also be signs before that along the way, the road is pretty simple to follow so there shouldn't be any problems driving to Međugorje. Drive safe and happy traveling over 7 years ago

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    I'd like to find cheap restaurants in Dubrovnik Croatia, especial around the Gorica area. Suggestions?

    Hi, Gorica is basically a residence area, but Dubrovnik is pretty small so you can reach Old Town Dubrovnik in a 10-15 min pleasant walk. In Old Town Dubrovnik try Tovjerna Maro, lunch options are available for as cheap as 30 kuna. over 7 years ago

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    is there no transportation by train from dubrovnik to split?

    The easiest way to travel from Dubrovnik to Split is by bus. Regular almost daily departures are available, please check timetable first: Timetable 2012: http://www.dubrovnik-online.net/english/transportation_coach.php Please note that the ferry connection Dubrovnik - Split is not operating in 2012, at least that is the latest information that could change before high season. over 7 years ago

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    Dubrovnik to Medugorje

    Hi, You can count that the drive takes ca. 2 hours, if it's during high season maybe even more. You are also entering Bosnia and Hercegovina so there could be some delay at the border. over 7 years ago

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    What is the best way to get between Dubrovnik and Greece

    You should plan this carefully, as there is no direct route from Dubrovnik to Greece. What most tourists do is to visit Dubrovnik and then take the ferry from Dubrovnik to Bari. Timetable Dubrovnik - Bari 2012 here: http://www.dubrovnik-online.net/english/dubrovnik-bari-italy-ferry.php There is a night ferry at 20.00 every day from Bari to Patras, Corfu and Igoumenitsa, please check timetable first: http://www.superfast.com over 7 years ago

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    Is the water in Dubrovnik safe to drink?

    Except after heavy rainfall, the tap water in Dubrovnik is not only safe to drink, but considered to be of high quality. Regular checks are being done and water quality is constantly monitored. Have a great time in Dubrovnik over 7 years ago

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    Is it safe for a female American to travel alone in Croatia?

    I would say that Croatia generally speaking is a very safe travel destination, especially compared to other mayor popular tourist destinations. Having sad this, it is of course advised that you also apply common sense, especially when in new and unknown towns and townships. From what I have seen it is very likely that you will meet a lot of similar female travellers along the way, might even be a good idea to seek accommodation together as accommodation owners usually offer double rooms and, if alone, they still will want to charge the full price. Also advised is to have phone numbers ready before arrival, some useful numbers are of police, hospital, information services and similar... More important numbers can be found here: http://www.dubrovnik-online.net/english/important_numbers.php over 7 years ago

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    Which is the best party place in Croatia? We're looking for one that has a mix of good pubs, nightclubs, bars and beaches.

    For younger crowds (or anyone feeling that way :) it's Zrče, still going strong in 2012. Older, more "chill out" crowds, would probably prefer Hvar. Dubrovnik also features some night life options, but there is still not much effort to make a popular nightlife destination as it once was. over 7 years ago