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Stretching along Croatia’s southern tip, the Dubrovnik of today is a far cry from its dreadful recent history of the early 1990s.

We would recommend a stroll around the ramparts that envelop the UNESCO listed 14th century Old Town for a bird’s eye view of one of Europe’s best preserved medieval cities. Head for the Southern walls if you wish to capture some of the most stunning sunsets in the Adriatic.

Dubrovnik Old City

Dubrovnik Old City

A 10 minute boat ride from Dubrovnik is the wooded island of Lokrum; a perfect picnic location.  Alternatively, if you have ever dreamed of having an island to yourself, then perhaps a day trip to one of the uninhabited Elaphite Islands seems more appealing.

During July and August, the Dubrovnik Summer Festival transforms squares and courtyards in to open-air stages when performances can be enjoyed whilst you sit back and relax with a drink or enjoy a delicious meal in one of the many restaurants.

Often doubling as Venice in movies, little wonder that the film industry and tourists alike return to Dubrovnik again and again.

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