Villa Malo Misto

Address: Duboka 112, Dubrovnik, 20356, Croatia | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Duboka 112, Dubrovnik, is near Lovrijenac, Synagogue, Minceta Fortress, and Church of Saint Blaise.
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      Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik

      The scenic and historic grand finale.....

      A travel blog entry by eagle10 on Sep 26, 2014

      16 photos

      ... in one of the side streets, close to where the filming area was located. At one point we had to pass through a security checkpoint for the filming, and they let us pass. After the tour, we were free for the afternoon to tour on our own.

      During the walking tour, we had passed a number of restaurants and I had made a mental note of some that might be good for lunch. I eventually settled on a restaurant called Mea Culpa, and the waiters there were ...

      Cruising on MSC Fantasia 7 to 14.9.14

      A travel blog entry by copitsweet on Sep 08, 2014

      39 photos

      ... to the Athenians. It was not all that long before he did that, that the Turks under the Otterman Empire had occupied Greece, the end of a 100 year rule till they were eventually defeated. If they had not been defeated and driven out during that period then the culture and belief of Europe and the whole Western civilisation could have been completely different today. Back to the ship for a swim, lunch, drinks and just chill out. Lost my Sydney 2000 Olympic Baseball ...

      Once in a lifetime weather

      A travel blog entry by jasonandjamie on Aug 30, 2014

      184 photos

      ... Our host said he couldn't really believe our luck. The storm had literally been the worst he and Dubrovnik had ever seen. Just our luck!

      The next day dawned sunny but we knew it was forecast for rain and storms later so made the most of it and headed to the beach for a few hours until it clouded over. The huge storm the day before had washed massive amounts of silt and **** into the water so it had turned a much less appealing grey blue with extra sticks and rubbish. ...

      Driving to Dubrovinik

      A travel blog entry by anni.porter on Jul 18, 2014

      46 photos

      ... or protection. The Unprofor as they were known apparently were totally useless. So an 800m tunnel was built in sheer desperation to allow the passage of food, medical supplies and arms into the city. Amazing what people are able to do in desperate times and quite sobering to realise this was all happening so recently.

      We then stopped briefly at a local hotel to drop off our guide and from there we continued back along the banks of ...

      Korcula to Dubrovnik

      A travel blog entry by travellingyak on Oct 09, 2013

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... a very high salt content. Salt was very precious commodity in earlier times and was even used as a currency. Ponds to harvest the salt are clearly visible and still used today. Having climbed the very steep path to the wall, we have a bird's eye view over the township. Many buildings are in a state of disrepair, but restoration is evident. Descending from the wall, the path follows the moat of an ancient castle, which is being brought back to life. Back on the coach we ...