Bokun Guesthouse

Address: Obala Stjepana Radica 7, Dubrovnik, 20000, Croatia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on Obala Stjepana Radica 7, Dubrovnik, is near Ancient City Walls, Saint Vlahe, Orlando Column, and St. John's Fortress.
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      Day 52 Flight from Zagreb to Dubrovnik!

      A travel blog entry by yanniabelle on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... part of Croatia plus with the local currency things are still pretty cheap here! A gelato on a cone only cost about $1.60 that is such a bargain and it is as tasty as the ones I've had in Italy. I suspect things will change for this place even more when they get approved to use the Euro and even more tourist come flocking in. The one upside to coming in the fall is that its not so crowded - people say in the summer it gets pretty crazy. So far Dubrovnik does not disappoint ...

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      A travel blog entry by angrygaza on Jul 04, 2014

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      It was a nice short flight to Dubrovnik from Gatwick - 2hours 20mins, on a older British airways plane which of course had no entertainment system, but thankfully the iPad had plenty songs loaded on it. Lucky for us we had a window seat and middle seat - not so lucky that the lady on the aisle sitting next to Gary was very large so he had a very uncomfortable flight :-(. But the upside was we saw a lot of Germany and Austria during the flight as the ...

      Dubrovnik-the historical fortified city

      A travel blog entry by diff54 on Sep 02, 2013

      27 photos

      ... walls of this once dominant seat of power in the Adriatic Sea are visible from all points from around, and it is easy to see why it provided such a secure position and sea trading dominance. The 9th century first saw fortifications, then the current plan dates from the 13th century. A massive earthquake in 1667 destroyed half the city and the population but clever and strategic planning ( particularly ...

      Creative Travel Planning in Croatia!

      A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jul 19, 2013

      8 comments, 25 photos

      ... tribute kept Ragusa, later the Republic of Dubrovnik, from coming under the yoke of stronger countries until Napoleon’s rampage through Europe in 1808.

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      Incredible Croatia!

      A travel blog entry by mattandchlo on May 17, 2013

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      ... did manage to sustain the most impressive ‘egg’ on her leg that I have ever seen. One day on the way down to the beach she slipped in her thongs when walking over a metal bar. Instead of walking over the bar, her left shin simply cannoned straight into it. The proof of the injury was instant! We used the therapeutic powers of the ocean to quell the throbbing pain and help with the bruising. For the clumsy couple we are there have been few injuries so far this trip and at ...