Dubrovnik is a beautiful and intricate city in southern Croatia. Tourists from Europe and beyond flock to the city, drawn by its warm location on the Adriatic Sea and its historic Old City, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
From the Dubrovnik Travel Guide
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Marija is a very kind host, we were welcomed with a drink and a bite. The host is very helpful but doesn't ever invade your privacy. Location right outside the Old Town, just 209 steps away. There's a nice terrace with a view of the old city, but daylight in our room was sparse. We recommend this gueshouse. ... more
I had a big disapointment with my stay @ Rooms Vicelic. The room was sub standards, it didnt have any in suite bathroom (As opposed to advertised), the room was super small, hardly enough for a double bed. The ceiling was super low, it felt like a dog' niche. It was also quite expensive for what it was. ... more
pefect for me... some might find the location a little tricky- especially if they're looking for late night life. If you're not looking to be drunk and party every night and like a friendly, sociable, comfortable place with amazing views from the double rooms and balcony- great. ... more
Departure options from Dubrovnik
So in the middle of our 2 month trip, we are going to find ourselves in Dubrovnik. Currently we ...
Greece to Dubrovnik, Crotia
Hi, Does anyone have any tips for the easiest way to travel from Greece to Dubrovnik on a tight budget? Thanks. ...
Croatia - Split? Dubrovnik?
Hello there. Dubrovnik is definitely the place to go. You have lots of stuff to see and lots of luxurious hotels to chose from. Prices are a bit high though. Make sure you book in advance, cause as I ...
Dubrovnik - call it "Pearl of the Adriatic" or whatever you like - a beautiful city in any case! I'm not going to write much about it here, just post some pictures! I spent two days there - the first very sunny, the second partly overcast and rainy. Just a side note, the ancient name of Dubrovnik ...
Posted in Exploring Planet Earth by luzian
& persevered through 28 hours of flying .. (yes. 28 hours) to arrive in super sunny Dubrovnik at, local time, 5pm. Currently sitting in a pizzeria in the Port of Dubrovnik enjoying a beer and a light meal ...
Posted in Euroblogging by patnell