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Most pharmacies, called "ljekarna" in Croatian are marked with a green cross and are open six days per week from 8 am until 6 pm in low season and during high season from 8 am until 8 pm. There are two pharmacies that stay open 24-hours and they alternate every week. Both "Kod Zvonika" and "Gruž" are on the main street in the Old Town and next to the port of Gruž.
- Address: Dubrovnik General Hospital, Ulica dr. Roka Mišetića 2, Dubrovnik
- Phone: +385 20 431 777
- More Info: www.bolnica-du.hr
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Dubrovnik Airport (DBV)
Dubrovnik Airport is situated about 22 kilometres east of the city centre. The journey takes about 30 minutes by car. Airline buses meet all arrivals, including the late-night ones. The drop-off for the airport buses is at the entrance to the Old Town or at the bus station. You can buy your tickets when boarding…
Best time to visit
During peak season, July to August, the temperatures range from 22°C to 30°C. July is the sunniest time of the year making Croatian waters perfect for a swim, with water temperatures of 24°C. However, during the summer, Dubrovnik is flocked by tourist and the hotel prices are increasing, due to this many prefers travel in…
Most parts of Dubrovnik are best discovered on foot. If you feel the distance is a little too far, the town has an excellent system of buses. The orange city buses are run by the company Libertas. and they run frequently and generally on time. Tickets can be bought from the bus driver and from…
There are several taxi stations around the city. Head over to the main bus station in Gruž or the main ferry terminal in Gruž. There are also taxi stands in the west and east entrance to the Old town (Pile Gate).
Post in Croatia is run by Hrvatska Posta. Their official website has detailed information about postage costs and delivery times. Post stamps are sold at the numerous newspaper kiosks and newsagent shops. The postboxes are yellow and usually affixed to walls.
Most pharmacies, called "ljekarna" in Croatian are marked with a green cross and are open six days per week from 8 am until 6 pm in low season and during high season from 8 am until 8 pm. There are two pharmacies that stay open 24-hours and they alternate every week. Both "Kod Zvonika" and…