🚨 Unofficial taxi drivers charging too much1 person found this helpful
💬 Tourists arriving to the city may be approached by unofficial taxi drivers who will offer their services at a very high rate.
💡 Only use official taxi services. You can book in advance and view the price list.
🚨 Restaurant overcharging1 person found this helpful
💬 Be aware of restaurants that overcharge for food and drinks. Tourists are often presented with a menu that has prices in Croatian Kuna, rather than in euros, and then charged euros at the end of the meal.
💡 Always check the prices carefully before ordering and double-check the bill at the end to make sure you are not being overcharged.
🚨 Pickpockets in crowded areas
💬 Be careful when travelling through Dubrovnik's narrow streets and in major tourist attractions as there are often pickpockets looking for an opportunity.
💡 Keep your valuables close to your body and be aware of your surroundings.
🚨 Fraudulent art sellers
💬 Tourists in Dubrovnik may be approached by people selling various art pieces as original paintings created by renowned Croatian artists. In some cases these pieces could be forged.
💡 Research the artist and make sure it is an official piece of art before taking a deal.
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