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Best get there early throughout the summertime the crowds of tourists can prove to be oppressive. Beautiful old town full of history. If you need time out take a trip on the cable car for amazing views across the bay or relax outside the city...More
As you walk along Stradun from the Pile Gate, your walk will conclude at the far side of the old town in Luza Square. While quite a small square, it houses some of the key sights of the old town including Sponza Palace, the Clocktower,...More
A world-class square.
If you are entering from the harbor, it is a short two-block walk to Luza Square. If you are entering through Pile Gate, the primary entrance for tour groups, as you enter the gate look straight down the big straight street in...More
This square is just off the main street, it is surrounded by some buildings and near the Rector's Palace too. The day I was there, there were many local merchants with small stands selling everything imaginable including some local lavender products too. I enjoyed watching...More
You've come in through Pile (everybody seems to come that way) and meandered down Stradun and bow you've arrived at Luza. An open space with the church of St Blaise, the civic centre and Rectors Palace. Sit down somewhere with a coffee (or something more...More
Luža Square is the busy and beautiful heart of Dubrovnik's Old Town. The Cathedral, Clocktower, Rector's Palace, Orlando's Column, and Church of St. Blaise are all right there. When there's an outdoor concert it's usually in Luža Square. It's hard to miss on a visist...More
Luza square is a must see for anybody visiting Dubrovnik. It features the bell tower, city guard building, St. Blaise church and Orlando’s column. It also leads on to areas such as the harbour, Rector’s palace and Dubrovnik Cathedral.
Located at one end of Stradun...More