Built to protect the town from invaders, the Town Walls is well worth the time, to walk around on, for nice views of Dubrovnik and the sea.
Built in the 15th century to protect the town from Ottoman invaders, the town walls also protected people during the war in 1991-92. And while it was damaged, it was quickly rebuilt, and these days, has been invaded by tourists.
Walking the Town Walls, you get very nice views of the town, from a lot of different points of view. Notice that the orange tiles on the roofs of a bunch of buildings in Old Town. The bright orange ones were rebuilt after the war, while the less brighter ones are originals. Also, you get views of the Adriatic Sea, the fortress, and the surrounding area outside of the Walls.
Regardless which way you go, walking the Walls is a sure delight for any visitor to Dubrovnik. And should not be missed.
Don't forget to put on sunscreen and carry some water, as you will be in sunlight most of the time.
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