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A Travel Blog entry by dmarek from Dubrovnik, Croatia
... We stopped at a station and a man got on the bus and told us that we needed to get on another bus to get to Dubrovnik. So I gathered my belongings and rushed out hoping I hadn't left anything behind. We got into a minivan with some other ...
A Travel Blog entry by lucy3119 from Dubrovnik, Croatia
... Vis, Makarska, Pucisce, Hvar and then to Split on the mainland. My one regret is not having enough time to explore Dubrovnik, and I will definitely be returning to Croatia to put this right, as well as to visit the incredible-looking Plitvice Lakes ...
A Travel Blog entry by stephjames from Dubrovnik, Budapest, Croatia
... town from our villa, which took about 45 minutes. During the walk we did a bit of cat spotting. Cats are literally everywhere in Dubrovnik. We saw seven within about two minutes of leaving our villa. When we arrived in old town we took a tour of the city ...
A Travel Blog entry by thebests from Dubrovnik, Croatia
... . Of course then war broke out in the Balkans and strife continued up until the end of 1996. However, since that time, Dubrovnik has led a peaceful existence. Upon arriving at the gates, we immediately went and purchased tickets to walls of the ...
A Travel Blog entry by chronometers from Dubrovnik, Croatia
... this restaurant specializes in truffle-infused dishes. We ate on the terrace overlooking the valley below. * Ston (north of Dubrovnik): Restaurant Bakus. Amazing garlic mussels! And kitties running around begging. Chris wasn't the only "softie" feeding ...
A Travel Blog entry by ejm56 from Dubrovnik, Croatia
... interesting and fun to share tales from Poland. Arrivals in new towns and the hunt for our accommodation can be a bit stressy. Dubrovnik proved to be particularly so, with steep hills and narrow streets; although our initial sighting of the walls and fort ...
A Travel Blog entry by jenyd from Dubrovnik, Croatia
... for an army sergeant – brusque and efficient who had no qualms about manhandling our heads. Next stop was Dubrovnik, also a UNESCO world heritage site, but bigger and more impressive than Split. Thick, high walls that once ...
A Travel Blog entry by greghahn from Dubrovnik, Plitvice Lakes, Dubrovačko-Neretvanska, Croatia
Dubrovnik 21 degrees, sunny Plitvice 15 degrees, sunny. We leave Dubrovnik at 7.45 and we receive some presents from our hostess that she has made herself, mainly for Bianca.. Villa Elly really is a great place to stay. We drive along the coast enjoying ...
A Travel Blog entry by will.traveller from Dubrovnik, Croatia
... The only major detraction the mobs of tourists. Virtually no locals other than those that work the shops, restaurants … Dubrovnik has been through many periods of destruction, the most recent being the Serb shells that devastated the city during ...
A Travel Blog entry by trchristian from Trogir, Croatia
... friends and hit the road. Must say I was a bit anxious to start with but Mick did a very good job getting us out of Dubrovnik and on our way to Split. We stopped on the way to Trogir for a quick lunch at Maskara. As an easy choice we ...
A Travel Blog entry by twittg from Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro
... and expensive during the summer months so I decided to postpone my visit to the majority of that country. I'd just visit Dubrovnik before heading northeast into Bosnia. The bus ride into Croatia follows along the coast for some pretty views. The view ...
A Travel Blog entry by cemewa from Split, Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia
... and now part of Croatia. Many of the palace buildings were closed for the winter, but walking around the old town was quite nice. Cath was coming down with something so we ate early at a pizza and salad place. Tomorrow we would drive to Dubrovnik. ...
A Travel Blog entry by funfun from Split, Croatia
... nobody fainted to me honest. Lou and I have not felt that hot since our time in Kiribati. So straight home for a swim! 17th - Dubrovnik in a day! We woke a 3am hit the windy slow road at 3:30am drove in the darkness of night to see the Pearl of the ...
A Travel Blog entry by seangmandell from Budva, Budva, Montenegro
... 6 (arrive and overnight in Budva, Hotel Fineso) Commute from Sarajevo, Bosnia; connecting through Dubrovnik Arrive in Budva Old Town, Budva Amusement Park, Budva Friday, September 7 (tour Budva; travel to, arrive and overnight in Risan, friend's ...
A Travel Blog entry by gemway from Ljubljana, Slovenia
... in Prague with their two daughters for the last 7 years. We had a great chat. Day 248- Thursday 2nd November - Dubrovnik - Croatia We finally arrived at 7.00am this morning and we were thankful that the boat eventually stopped rocking when we got ...
A Travel Blog entry by ejm56 from Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
... , I trudged back to the Villa Anica with the dire news that I no longer had the sanctified car park ticket. I survived, and scarpered. We left Dubrovnik up the steepest section of the coast road, which afforded stunning views back to the city, but which ...
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Lumbarda 45, Lumbarda, Croatia
... Holiday Package on Korcula Island with exciting activities such as snorkeling, glass bottom canoeing, buggy safari, fishing. Second is Top Destinations of South Adriatic which includes: Dubrovnik city walls, National park Island Mljet and much more...Traveler Rating
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1 Setaliste Nika i Meda Pucica, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Boutique & Beach Hotel Villa Wolff enjoys one of Dubrovnik's most beautiful locations, the Uvala-Lapad Bay. The 3 suites and 3 double rooms are bright and have unique incomparable flair of high quality. The hotel is located 10 metres from the beach ...Traveler Rating
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Sv. Josipa 5, Dubrovnik, Croatia
... atmosphere of the captivating Old Town. Their 4-star rating offer comfort and a high standard of modern facilities.In the villa, there are 3 apartments (2+2 capacity) and a studio apartment (2+1 capacity) - therefore being able to accommodate a total of ...Traveler Rating
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