Once entering the city hard to miss the size and the comic faces on this functional fountain A great group photo spot
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We stopped here every day to fill our water bottles. Great not to have to buy water and crucial in the heat of July.
This ancient cistern used to be the only source of water for Dubrovnik and now is is used to refresh the tourists. It's not very attractive but who cares when you are thirsty.
I guess this fountain has two names though the city's website lists it as Onofrio's Fountain. Interesting as there is a Little Onofrio Fountain listed here on Tripadvisor! Anyway! It is one of Dubrovnik’s most famous landmarks, built in 1438 as part of a water-supply...More
it s nice fountain. u can drink water from here. I filled up my water bottle from here....hahhaha.....i know its historical place...but i did not get any good reason to give in more than 3 stars....lol
I can imagine this is a really popular spot in the heat of summer but we were there in October so it wasn't too crowded to take a break, people watch and refill your water bottle. There is a street artist just opposite doing his...More
This is a beautiful water receptacle, near the main gate. a handy place to meet back up with the gang. lots of venders near here.
Circular fountain near the entry gates of Old Town. No need to spend a lot of time here. Design is cool to see. Also right near the steps to get up on the wall.
Although damaged over the years, this fountain has lots of interesting features. Some of the carvings still show a lot of detail. Lots of people happily drinking water during the time of our visit.
You don't need bottled water in Dubrovnik. Fill up your bottles here and drink it straight from the mountain springs. Tasts good and cold