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Tvrdava Fortica

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Tvrdava Fortica

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Laura W wrote a review Sep. 2020
Hvar Island, Croatia44 contributions2 helpful votes
The views are undeniably stunning. There is a lovely little bar inside the fort walls which you could sit in for a good few hours and just enjoy the views. If you were short on time, I would recommend not paying to get in (40 kn) and enjoying the views from outside - not quite as good but still pretty impressive.
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Date of experience: September 2020
Rajko Keravica wrote a review Sep. 2020
Novi Sad, Serbia158 contributions22 helpful votes
Would recommend. Its not big, but surely it is interesting. There is also underneath it a path that you can walk and see various species of plants. Although this road leads to the walls and the doors, these are locked, so be careful not to make a wrong turn, there are sings drawn on pavement. Up in the fortress there is a cafe and a small prison wich was really cool to see. Grab your self a combo ticket for a theatre wich is located in the city, which really pays off.
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Date of experience: September 2020
john n wrote a review Aug. 2020
Camberley, United Kingdom426 contributions97 helpful votes
I'm getting a bit frustrated with Trip Advisor as I wanted to report on the harbour/town as well but no combination of; Croatia/Hvar/harbour/port/old town seems to get me onto the correct page. So first the town and then the fort. Probably the best known of the islands Hvar has an atmosphere that mirrors Split on the mainland. Even though we didn't have the time to explore in depth we did have a good walk around the main part of the then and then climbed up to the castle. Phew, little legs are not what they used to be but, well worth it when we got there. Amazing views and an interesting building with a great history. So, save the beer until afterwards and make the climb.
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Date of experience: September 2019
Ceini0g wrote a review Aug. 2020
Wales, United Kingdom1,535 contributions131 helpful votes
Historical fortress overlooking Hvar town and harbour. First stop during our visit to Hvar - recommend this in order to avoid the numerous tourists. 15 minute walk up to the castle - we took a taxi up (from behind the church in the town square) - 100Hrz. Stunning views and worth a visit. There are cafe and toilet facilities at the site. Not much more to do, but you should take a trip if you visit the island. We walked back down through the cypress trees to the town, windy path down - would not recommend if unsteady on your feet.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Dewi T wrote a review Aug. 2020
Cardiff, United Kingdom5 contributions
Great views over the town of hvar, however the castle isn’t anything super impressive in itself. A long walk up the hill (I’d recommend driving up in a car or scooter as there is free parking at the top). Entry fee of 40 kunas which is reasonable. Worth a short visit if you can drive up
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Date of experience: August 2020
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