Trip Planner : Europe / Croatia / Dalmatia / Dubrovnik-Neretva County / Dubrovnik / Historic Sites / Stradun
Categories: Historic Sites, Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Stroll, shop, and dine at Stradun, the main, limestone-paved street of the city. From the western to the eastern entrance, the popular walkway stretches approximately 300 m (984 ft) through Old Town. Both ends are marked with 15th-century fountains and bell towers. As you walk, take in the 17th-century houses, all built after the earthquake and the large fire of 1667. The houses share the same architectural pattern. Shops, cafes, and restaurants with arched entrances occupy the ground level, and living quarters occupy the next level up. The street is also the site of New Year's Eve celebrations, occasional concerts, and the Feast of St Blaise, which celebrates the patron saint of Dubrovnik. To visit Stradun on your trip to Dubrovnik, use our Dubrovnik vacation trip planner.
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The main street of Dubrovnik Old Town with restaurants and shops to keep tourists happy. Look up to see the uniform buildings erected after the 1667 earthquake to replace the places that once stood al... read more »
Its a lovely street to walk up and down but it gets a bit crowded and people tend to just stop for photographs and you have to be careful you don't knock anybody over.
Didn't really enjoy this part of Dubrovnik at all. Felt like I was walking down Main Street at Disney World. Was glad to get to Luza Plaza at the end and eventually, on the side streets away from the ... read more »
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