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  • 1

    Old City of Dubrovnik

    4.5
    45 reviews

    The Old City of Dubrovnik is a late-medieval walled city known for its Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments. It developed under the name of “Ragusa” from the 14th century on as a maritime city-state. In its heydays during the 15th and 16th centuries it was a rival of Venice. A devastating earthquake in 1667 destroyed most of its public buildings ...

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  • 2

    City Walls

    4.5
    15 reviews

    Walk the city walls to see the city from above and beautiful panormaic views of the sea. There are a few cafes and shops along the wall, go early to avoid it being too crowded as it looses it's excitement if you feel like you're just in a queue...

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  • 3

    Sea Organ

    4.5
    10 reviews

    Created by architect Nikola Bašić, the Sea Organ is a series of pipes set in the pavement of Zadar’s seafront promenade. A haunting music is created by the movement of the waves below.

  • 4

    Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian

    4.5
    10 reviews

    The second largest city in Croatia featuring the palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian registered as one of the World Heritage Sites, only 90 km from Zaostrog.

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  • 5

    Pula Arena

    5
    8 reviews

    The Romans sure did like a good show. So much so that their former empire is dotted with amphitheaters that played host to the day’s most riveting performances, many of which included a great deal of bloodshed (gladiator combat, animal slayings, executions, etcetera). While the Colosseum is by far the most well known, in no small part because of its ...

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  • 6

    Banje Beach

    4.5
    8 reviews

    If only all cities had a beach like this. Yes, it's not the beaches of Rio or Barcelona...but right outside this Medeval city is a shingle beach with gorgeous blue green clear clean water with amazing views of the city walls.

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  • 7

    Walls of Dubrovnik

    4.5
    8 reviews

    It was well worth the 90 kn (each) to walk the Walls of Dubrovnik. Gayle and I strolled on a hot and wonderfully scenic Sunday and make it all the way around. It's only a mile and a quarter around, but the journey is more than half the fun. There are also some nice gift shops and cafes along the ...

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  • 8

    Buza Bar

    5
    7 reviews

    Trying to find this place is tough but it's worth the effort. Great place to stare out at the Adriatic Sea while having a bite to eat and a drink. Really unique setting that is hard to beat.

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  • 9

    Sun Salutation

    4.5
    7 reviews

    This installation, also by architect Nikola Bašić, is a 72-foot-wide disc laid in the sidewalk, made of layers of glass that collect the sun’s energy by day. The solar power created – along with the energy generated by the Sea Organ – is enough to light up Zadar’s waterfront, as well as create a multicolored light show in the pavement ...

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  • 10

    Church of St. Donatus

    4
    7 reviews

    Beautiful and well preserved.

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  • 11

    Diocletian's Palace

    4
    7 reviews

    At times I didn't even realize when I was walking in or out of the palace until I looked up and saw a massive arch made of limestone, it's like walking back in time. There are now restaurants, art galleries and shops built inside but the palace has remained well preserved. You can tour the underground area for a small ...

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  • 12

    Port of Split

    4
    7 reviews

    Gayle and I spent a warm and most pleasant day in Split last September. We came in on a shuttle boat from our Cruise ship, and particularly enjoyed walking the promenade and enjoying the view (including all the expensive boats).

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  • 13

    Historic City of Trogir

    5
    5 reviews

    Beautiful medieval township, on a small island off the coast. Great place to get lost for an afternoon

  • 14

    Plitvice Lakes National Park

    5
    5 reviews

    Should be added to the list of top ten natural wonders of the world. Imagine Niagra Falls meets the Grand Canyon.

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  • 15

    Old Harbour

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Old Harbour is pretty and picturesque and wonderful to look at at various angles from the Walls of Dubrovnik. There's also harbour-side opportunities to strong and hang out.

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  • 16

    Rooftops of Dubrovnik

    4.5
    5 reviews

    I loved the orange roofs of Dubrovnik as I was walking the walls. It also offers the best illustration of the damage Dubrovnik sustained during the Yugoslavian siege in the early 1990s. Since then 2/3 of the roofs have been replaced and it's fairly easy to contrast old from new.

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  • 17

    Rector's Palace

    4
    5 reviews

    Small but have a lot of interesting historical artifacts.

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  • 18

    Old Port Dubrovnik

    4
    5 reviews

    I took some great pictures of the boats here and of the harbor itself. This is where you come to jump on one of the tour boats to visit the neighboring islands. Or if you're lucky enough where you keep your boat.

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  • 19

    Stradun

    5
    4 reviews

    Running through the heart of Dubrovnik's Old Town is the 300-yard long Stradun promenade. When Gayle and I were there, we stopped for ice cream and strolled on a hot and busy Sunday afternoon. It was great people watching and a chance to experience a lot of good energy and culture.

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  • 20

    Lovrijenac (Fort St. Lawrence)

    4.5
    4 reviews

    Fort Lovrijenac (St. Lawrence) could be considered"Dubrovnik's Gibraltar". The fortress is located outside the western wall of Dubrovnik. Famous for its plays and importance in resisting Venetian rule, it overshadows the two entrances to the city, from the sea and by land.

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