The 'Pearl of the Adriatic', situated on the Dalmatian coast, became an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th ... More
Old City of Dubrovnik
The 'Pearl of the Adriatic', situated on the Dalmatian coast, became an important Mediterranean sea power from the 13th century onwards. Although severely damaged by an earthquake in 1667, Dubrovnik managed to preserve its beautiful Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Damaged again in the 1990s by armed conflict, it is now the focus of a major restoration programme co-ordinated by UNESCO.
This place is great! It is the cleanest European city I have ever seen. It isn't to crowded. It's very compact and not overwhelming. Lots of good place's to eat and shop. And it is just BEAUTIFUL! Make sure you walk the city walls. That was our favorite part of the city.
I don't think there is one thing I could say that was bad about Dubrovnik, it was more beautiful than pictures, people were very friendly and warming, the old city was de-light-ful! When I went there was a summer festival called Libertas, it was one of the most memorable experiences I've ever had: money falling from the clock tower, children's choir singing, people all over the street and fireworks. And the beaches! Although rocky, they are BEAUTIFUL. Definitely go kayaking and when you walk the city, dont be afraid to duck into smaller alleyways, that's where all the good stuff's at.
loved the feel of nostalgia in the days of fast and furious, Dubrovnik holds its own for history and much more.Visit the gaffe pub. All sports showen on a big screen. English friendly owners. Fresh !!!! for friendly Canadians. travellers and fruit!!.
The people are so warm and inviting, the food is fabulous, what can I say, that's where my family is from so I'm biased. The beaches can be rocky but the water and the sun make up for it. Try the rakija while you're there.
The old town was amazing! you could spend days there and still not see it all! I enjoyed all of the buildings and streets that were 700 - 1000 years old! The people were very nice as well. The shopping was great also. I loved it!
Dubrovnik was charming and beautiful. It has a wealth of interesting history and culture. We enjoyed the visit to the beautiful old town, and then took an evening boat ride to St. James Beach, where we enjoyed a delicious dinner on the beach. It was a beautiful evening, with the twinkling lights of the old town across the way. A very romantic location,and reminded me of Venice -- but much cleaner.
I liked the food, atmospehere, prices, people, pristine clear waters of Adriatic...all of it. It is a great place for the whole family, but very romantic for a couple. There are lots of attractions and history to visit around. Make sure you take some trips to the near by islands.
Dubrovnik was included on our cruise and we
had no idea what to expect. The minute the
ship neared the city we know we were in for
a wonderful day. Historic, clean, friendly,
and very self contained for easy touring.
The gelato was even better than Italy!
Walk the wall of the city, go for a swim at the beach before or after visiting the shops. The people were friendly, prices were very reasonable. I went in July and it was very hot! But with a little more sun screen...I would do this again in a heart beat. Scenery was spectacular!
I loved this city. You must take a tour along the wall and even stop for a snack in the snack cave. From the wall you will be able to see the remains of the conflict in the 1990's complete with mortar holes still allowing you to see into living rooms of residents. You must allow yourself time to explore all of the streets and side streets. You should also visit the cafe on the cliffs overlooking the Adriatic. You can sneak down the rocks and do some swimming in the pristine waters. There are some great restaurants too, but I would recommend asking for advice from the locals.
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