Dubrovnik Travel Tips
Watching the sunset behind the walled Stari Grad (Old Town) of Dubrovnik is stunningly beautiful. Ringed by pristine sea and backed by high, barren cliffs, this historic city is unique.
Dating from the 7th century, Dubrovnik's colorful history is marked by a period of independence, Venetian rule, surrender to Napoleon's French army and then government by the Austro-Hungarian empire. Most recently in its tumultuous past, Dubrovnik survived the siege of 1991 when two-thirds of the city was damaged during the Yugoslav war. Today, fully restored with the help of UNESCO, Dubrovnik is at the southern-most end of Croatia and a magnet for those who love sunbathing, celebrity-spotting and good coffee.
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Dubrovnik, with its location at the southern tip of Croatia, makes a great jumping-off point for jaunts into nearby Bosnia & Herzegovina. This mostly land-locked country on the Balkan peninsula is ...
Thanks to Dubrovnik's location in the southernmost part of Croatia, day trips (or multi-day trips) to nearby Montenegro are easy - the border is only an hour from Croatia's most popular city. And, ...
Day 1: Getting to Know Dubrovnik It would be a delight to while away your vacation simply lounging with a cocktail on sunny Lapad Beach, but this ancient city would be well worth exploring even ...
It’s not hard to see why Dubrovnik is one of south-east Europe’s most popular destinations, with its beautifully-preserved, compact center and an incomparable setting on an outcrop lapped by the ...
Written by Diana Edelman, USA, February 2013
Heaven. That is the regular comparison Dubrovnik garners from visitors to this Adriatic seaside town. Located on the southern coast of Croatia, Dubrovnik’s orange and red historic buildings make it ...
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