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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They don't keep your lugagge (the day you are going), no air-conditioned in the rooms, no kitchen, good location. ... more
Villa Divine has truly been the highlight of my vacation to Croatia. The staff is really helpful and very welcoming. The hostel is located a bit outside of the city centre of Dubrovnik which I found very relaxing and positive since the centre gets quite busy and crowded with all the cruiseship visitors. ... more
trying to find a way from thessalonki to dubrovnik by train. i know there is not a train station in dubrovnik but maybe there is a train to bar in montenegro and then i can catch a bus. please can sum1 confirm that if there is a train. thanx ...
Dubrovnik to Rome
was wondering if anyone could suggest an interesting way to get from Dubrovnik to Rome over, say, seven days, and a quick way just in case I want to stay a little longer in Dubrovnik. Cheers, Phil ...
Hi all, I am planning a trip to Dubrovnik for 5 days in August and wondering if it's a good choice .... Would be happy to hear your thoughts... many thanks ...