No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik
... in 2010 and very good. We reach the summit in time for sunset, magical then we return to the old city to a family jewellery business that still makes the silver filigree buttons that used to be worn by men on a double breasted jacket , each family had a different design one would be given to intended bride , and over the years have been used for jewellery. Bus ride home , dinner at Mozart close to our hotel , a nightcap on the terrace then ...
... in the early evening which was a lot cooler and the colours of the city were more intense. Plus less people. You can only go around one way and there is no turning back. The distance is 2kms. This would have to be one of the most spectacular walks in the world. Especially as the city has been destroyed by wars, earthquakes and fire then rebuilt.
Our next day is spent as tourist and we visit museums, ...
... br> Isabel: Sparkly stairs, the coffee café, the pool
Rob: Dubrovnik, Corfu, endless amounts of fruit
Thomas: the buffet restaurant, the pirate show
Least favourite bits
Jeanie: needing more people to speak English with
Isabel: accidently having mouth and eyes open in pool – too salty and it stings!
Rob: People pushing in in queues,
Thomas: the salt water in the ...
... with typical Dalmatian music and songs performed by a group of local musicians/singers.
Our Canadian friends happened to also be on this tour, so we joined them for the snack and wine and the picture posted is of them on the right side (Andy in the middle and his wife next to him on his right). The two ladies in the front row were a woman and her mother in law on vacation ...
Dubrovnik was my favorite place to wake up in. We usually sleep with the curtains closed and the blankets over our heads, but here we let the sun wake us up everyday.
I had a different experience in the Old Town compared to other major cities, because it wasn't about visiting all the art galleries, museums or major attractions. Instead I found myself doing things that would allow me to take in the warm weather and beautiful views. There was ...