Cafe Buza is a wonderful place, located at the foot of the City Wall of Dubrovnik on a rocky shore of the Adriatic Sea. There is no wi-fi here, prices are high enough (a bottle of beer costs 50 kunas) and the menu consists of wine, beer and soft drinks only, but you should definitely go there to enjoy the beautiful view of the sea harbor of Dubrovnik.
Tips and hints: it's better to come here in a couple of hours before sunset to find a free place.
Prices: 50 kunas for a bottle of beer.
Location: the Old Town
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