Splendid Conference & Spa Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsSplendid Conference & Spa Resort Becici
Very nice hotel, lovely stuff, super nice view. Such a great experience.
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... of the country.
The bunkers were abandoned following the collapse of communism in 1990. Most are now derelict, though some have been reused for a variety of purposes including residential accommodation, cafés, storehouses and shelters for animals or the homeless. A few briefly saw use in the Balkan conflicts of the 1990s. (Wikipedia)
... flag, and left a sticker of a bull on the flagpole where there were a bunch of other stickers!! We explored up the top there for a while longer and walked among the ancient ruins before deciding to head back down, as it was starting to get a little dark! We made our way down all those stairs once again, although it was significantly easier on the way down!! It was getting pretty dark by the time we got down, and it was a little hard to ...
... to be in there natural state. We also took the car across one side of the bay to the other by ferry to get back to Dubrovnik. Our driver dropped us off at Lapad Bay, the area being not as busy as the old part of town, more relaxed where we had dinner before returning back to our ...
... TOWN OF KOTOR & BAY OF KOTOR HERITAGE
A lovely ride by motor coach takes you to seaside Perast, which was once under Venetian control for nearly 400 years. The serene, medieval town's architecture reflects its rich maritime history and proud past, especially the ornate Church of Sveti Nikola, which was built between the 15th and 17th centuries. After some free time to explore further, it's on to Gospa Islet, which you'll reach by boat. According to legend, ...
... to Budva and arrived then in a couple of hours at BAR, the great city port of Montenegro that I skipped, as it is a modern, not interesting city but went to visit STARI BAR, the old city at about 10km from the sea on a hill surrounded by high walls, towers, gates, even a roman high aqueduct among high mountains with the ney muslim town outside the walls.
I met an archeologist from Tuscany who has been studying and dragging the site for many years. He ...