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Dubrovnik Cable Carin Dubrovnik, Croatia

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The only cable car on the Adriatic coast runs between the Old Town and the peak of the Mount Srdj which is at the height of 405 meters above sea.
Dubrovnik Cable Car, Dubrovnik
The lowest embarkation point is located in the Old Town near the Ploče Gate. The upper one is at the height of 405 meters above sea on the peak of the Mount Srdj. The ride takes about 4 minutes. Tickets are available at the lowest embarkation point.

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#1Ride the Cable Car in DubrovnikRide the Cable CarEugene Krasowski

Be sure to ride the only cable car on the Adriatic coast and enjoy stunning views of the Old Town of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic Sea!

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Location: the king Petr Krešimir IV street

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from 9 am to 11:59 pm in summer and from 9 am to 4 pm and 9 pm in other seasons

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