Sunday, 6 March 2016

Europe- Dubrovnik "The pearl of Adriatic" , Croatia

Hey Guys! 

I hope you have discovered and appreciated my last post about my wonderful adventure in the Blue Lagoon in Croatia near to Split. Today, as I promised I present to you another lovely Croatian town: Dubrovnik.

  •       A little friendly reminder about geography:

Dubrovnik is a Croatian city on the Adriatic Sea, in the region of Dalmatia. It is one of the most prominent tourist destinations in the Mediterranean Sea. In 1979, the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

In this article I’ve chosen to present exclusively the Old Town, for sure this city’s part is the most important and the most interesting with numerous historical monuments.

Old Town

Dubrovnik is called “The Pearl of Adriatic” due to its amazing heritage with its Renaissance and Baroque churches, monasteries, places and fountains. Take time to move around, find out picturesque and charming places. Moreover about prices: like in Split, prices are really inexpensive; you can easily find a good restaurant to lunch with interesting prices and enjoy your meal in a beautiful seating.

  • What to do/see ?

- There are two forts in the entrance of the old town: Minceta in the north and Bokar in the south, besides the Bokar’s fort is considered like one of the most beautiful fortified site worldwide.
The Onofrio’s fountain:  one of the ancient fountain on Dubrovnik
- The Stradun Street: the main street in the old town you will find several gift shops, bars, restaurants and amazing street performers. And who know? You may have the chance to meet a sympathetic parrot …
- If you continue in Stradun Street you will find a place where there are the cathedral, the Saint-Blaise church, the Sponza palace and the Orlando’s belle tower.

Medieval fortresses, Lovrijenac & Bokar

Stradun Street - Dubrovnik

  • Town Wall

You will have the chance to walk along the ramparts; it’s the first walk to be made to enjoy better historic Dubrovnik! Down from ramparts, you will enjoy a fantastic view over the old town, its alleys, the Stradun, the various churches and the monasteries, the port, the small own gardens, the roofs of the city, the hills, the coast and the sea. Matter between 2 and 3 o'clock to make the complete tour of the city, with your rhythm.

Moreover If you want to see an amazing panoramic and breathtaking view of the entire town you can use the cable bar, on a sunny day you will have to chance to see up to 37 mils 

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Ramparts- Dubrovnik

Panoramic view's old town - Ramparts, Dubrovnik

Maybe your Next Destination ? 

Anaïs R.

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