Guesthouse Soko

Address: Brsecinska 5, Dubrovnik, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Brsecinska 5, Dubrovnik, is near Ancient City Walls, Saint Vlahe, Orlando Column, and St. John's Fortress.
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Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik

Local Exploring

A travel blog entry by rdkflaherty on Nov 06, 2014

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I played tour guide and we walked within the Old City walls exploring the various nooks and crannies. The day threatened rain once again but never got going too bad at all.  We found a covered pathway high up on the cliffs with great views and lots of wind.  The ...

A catch up

A travel blog entry by jayton on Oct 10, 2014

Had trouble with Internet since getting here.

Left Rome Tuesday and caught the train to Bari. Getting on the ferry was a nightmare as you have to exchange a voucher for the tickets. You get to the ferry terminal only to find that you have to catch a shuttle bus to the Ferry office, a 5 minute ride away. It's not that hard, it's just that no one tells you this. There are no signs at the terminal to tell ...

Dubrovnik 21st -25th September 2014

A travel blog entry by berryfamily5 on Sep 21, 2014

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... with its narrow cobblestone streets, but with many steps leading up to the wall. It was actually hard to get lost in as it is much smaller than Venice. It was actually ruled by the Venetians at some time and the people of Dubrovnik traded goods with Venice during this time. In the wake of the 1990's Croatia and Dubrovnik wanted to leave Yugoslavia and be it's own country. They had a vote and chose to separate from Yugoslavia. However the Serbians didn't approve of this ...

Sail away sail away sail away

A travel blog entry by amandane on Sep 06, 2014

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... for the full on week that we had ahead of us but as we stepped off at the bus stop located 50m away from the boat, we could hear the music playing loudly and we knew that this wouldn't be the case. We headed on board, introduced ourselves to everyone and had a few drinks before heading in town again to a night club that served cocktails in small buckets. We didn't stay late though, being among the first ones to head back to the boat. We were woken on day two of ...


A travel blog entry by sueandmark477 on Sep 01, 2014

2 comments, 14 photos

... the heart of the struggle in 1992 along with the capital Sarijavo. The rements of the conflict are still there to be seen, as I captured in some of the photos, including the bridge that was destroyed but rebuilt using the original stones that were recovered from the river as well as some new materials, in 1996. Our guide was a local from Mostar and was extremely positive about the future of her country, even with a 40% youth unemployment rate, looking to tourism ...