Villa Malo Misto

Duboka 112, Dubrovnik, 20356, Croatia | Hotel

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Exploring the city walls of Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by alanna21


... some parts of the wall that are 12 m thick! Along the wall you can notice all the rooftops of the old town Dubrovnik. It is very apparent of the destruction from the civil war as you can see only a few of the original roofs, noted by their discoloration of the tiles. The tour took just about 2 hours and luckily the rain only started in the last 5 min of so of our tour. I met a couple that is currently living ...

Split to Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by mickle777


... and Croats, the fortified Palace of Diocletian was settled by the Roman refugees. Split became a Byzantine city, to later gradually drift into the sphere of the Byzantine vassal, the Republic of Venice. ...

No more rocking the boat

A travel blog entry by sare49


... few stops on the way including passing through the Bosnian boarder twice. We were ruined by 9.30 when our bus finally got to Dubrovnik. And then to figure out how to get to our hostel. A lovely (yet totally not legit) taxi with the driver Vladimir who apparently spoke no English got us to the old town. Then the epic crazy trip of finding the hostel. So many steps and small alley ways and mice!!! A lovely drunk Australian guy ...


A travel blog entry by bencooper43

... they let me win? Cruisy girls. Some good folks on board. Highlight - the crew member Joseph - awesome bloke - tells me that when the 'girls who not so fit' go to the top deck he knows that the next day he has to clean up "the peanuts and chippie-chips" followed by big laughs and swearing me to absolute secrecy. It's ok Joseph. I will only blog it and Facebook it. Nobody will ever know! Heading off soon, so more stories to ...

Athens - Dubrovnik - Montegro

A travel blog entry by r-k-worldtrip


... past the city walls almost flood to street level, obviously much higher than the normal water level. The mountainsides were lush green with spectacular old city walls going vertically up slope by slope to the mountain top, punctuated by small old churches and look out points. Very beautiful with the usual complicated history of belonging to various empires in the past but most closely associated culturally perhaps these days with Serbia, although ...


This hotel, located on Duboka 112, Dubrovnik, is near Synagogue, Lovrijenac, Dominican Monastery, and Minceta Fortress.
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