Croatia’s Dalmatian coast is chock-full of historic, architecturally charming towns and cities, but few would question that the queen of them all is the walled old quarter of Dubrovnik, thought to have been founded in the 7th century but according to some theories dating back even much earlier, to ancient Hellenic times. In any case, this eight-square-mile cluster of stone buildings and red-tile roofs has as a result become one of Europe’s more popular cities and tourist destinations – not to mention a UNESCO World Heritage Site

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  • Dubrovnik is a really special place, definitely worth a visit. Rich in history, lots of cultural events, especially during the summer, excellent restaurants... We strongly recommend it to all :)
  • A beautiful place, (still) unspoiled natural beauty

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