B&B Villa Dubrovnik Garden

Address: Zagrebacka 50, Dubrovnik, 20000 , Croatia | Villa
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This villa, located on Zagrebacka 50, Dubrovnik, is near Elafiti Islands, Dubrovnik Aquarium and Maritime Museum, Minceta Fortress, and Church of Saint Blaise.
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    Travel Blogs from Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik - our last days onboard!!

    A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Oct 02, 2014

    3 comments, 23 photos

    ... Joan of Arc, Albert Einstein, Confucius and Roger Rabbit (or it could have been Bugs Bunny as he kept asking if this was Albuquerque!!!)

    I must have still be hallucinating from the effects of the opium sauna because I remember saying goodbye to my new found friends and swapping email address (except for Confucius who doesn't even own a mobile phone. Confucius, he say ‘Silence is a true friend who never betrays!!’) It was now time for lunch in ...

    Sailing along the Croatian Coast

    A travel blog entry by dbworld2see on Sep 26, 2014

    1 comment, 32 photos

    ... from people who didn’t leave their cabins to those who turned various shades of green while sitting on the top deck. At one point Bree and our friend Jess went down below deck to get some more seasick medication and didn’t come back for quite some time, only to return later to announce that the tiny porthole in our room had sprung a leak! What terrible luck that instead of getting medicine to feel better the two sickest girls had to deal with this ...

    Dubrovnik, Medieval walled city

    A travel blog entry by tomfillingim on Aug 18, 2014

    15 photos

    ... play when a mine exploded. When there were fires in the hillside explosions could be heard in the city when more mines would explode.

    Then came the war in 1991. They would be shelled from the sea, shelled from the hills above and attacked by planes. Since Dubrovnik had demilitarized in 1979 to become part of Unesco it was supposed to be a neutral zone that remained free from wartime occupation and conflict. But, ...

    Pearl of the Adriatic

    A travel blog entry by suemckee on Jul 23, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and managed to hold off from being invaded. Today with the help of Unesco the city has been restored.
    The temperature was awesome tonight - probably around 23 and it was so nice to people watch as we sat on steps above the Stradun. Everyone was out enjoying the music and the warm night air. No police presence and no trouble. Rob and I could both live here quite happily - with the dogs of course!
    Tomorrow we will walk the city walls before heading out to the airport.

    Croatia: Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by missjuliapowell on Jul 10, 2014

    50 photos

    ... beach fairly busy with people. From there we walked a kilometre or two, but constantly walking down to the rocks and water, and then back up to the road, so we really zigzagged up and down a lot. We came across a local setting up cages with bread for fishing, we had a nice chat with him about Croatians in NZ etc, and then he tried to get us to go to his €100 a night accommodation. We got to another beach from which we discovered ruined ...