Dubrovnik - view

Dubrovnik, also called the Pearl of Adriatic, has one of the most beautiful old towns on the Mediterranean. It is situated on the very south of Croatia. At present Dubrovnik has a population of around 60, 000 while its development as a small settlement began in the 6th century.

First encounter with Dubrovnik will leave you breathless, because everything Dubrovnik has was built in harmony with nature: churches, towers, walls, squares and streets. In the 12th century residents started to fortify Dubrovnik with walls and towers, while the monumental city walls were finished in the 16th century.


Three large forts and fourteen quadrangle towers are part of 1950m long walls. Plus two forts  “Revelin” and “Lovrijenac” that are guarding main entrances to the Old Town.  In the 12th century the town became an autonomous commune that developed into the tinny state called the Republic of Dubrovnik, and used skillful diplomacy to gain prosperity.

The French conqueror Napoleon abolished the Republic of Dubrovnik in 1806. Abandoned by the French troupes, Dubrovnik was governed by the Austrians from 1814 as a part of the Dalmatian province, while from 1918 it shares the Croatia's destiny. The city of Dubrovnik is an exceptional cultural center and a popular tourist destination today.

How to get to the Tea Party House Dubrovnik

From main bus station in Gruž:

As you exit the main bus station to your right you will see a local bus stop. Take a bus number 1a or 1b. Exit the bus on the 5th stop the name of this stop is “Boninovo”. (10 min drive if the traffic is OK)

Continue walking in the same direction as the bus until you get to the zebra crossing (open sea on your right). Cross the road and continue through a short road.
Turn right at the end and follow this street until you get to the small square with parked cars.
Second street on the right is Ivana Matijasevica. Find no 6 and you are there. (5 min walk)

From the airport:

There is Dubrovnik airport shuttle bus that drives to Dubrovnik city, ticket price is 40 kuna (about 6 Euro).
Exit the bus at Pile square which is the western entrance to the Old Town. From here you can either walk or take local bus. If you walk turn your back to the Old Town and follow the main road. It goes uphill. After about 5 min you will get to the place where you can see open sea to your left. Across the road there are steps. That little street is called "Orsatova ulica". Go up the steps and at the top turn left and at the end of the street turn right. Now you are in my street “Ivana Matijasevica” find no 6 and you are there. (30 min drive from the airport and 10 min walk to the house)

If you take local bus from Pile square

You can take local bus number  1a,  1b,  2,  3,  4,  5,  6  or  8.
Exit the bus at the second stop (Boninovo stop).
Now there is a short street just to the right of the bus stop if you are standing facing the bus stop.
Take that street and turn right at the end. Follow the street and at the end you will arrive at small square with parked cars.
Second street to the right is Ivana Matijasevica.
Find number 6 and that is it. (3 min walk)

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