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  • 1

    Old City of Dubrovnik

    45 reviews

    Really is the loveliest place. The whole city just has a charming air about it, beautiful, rustic, with a real sense of history on an amazing coastline. Definitely recommend the walk around the walls as well as exploring as much as you can, really is a great place with excellent restaurants, shops, vendors and more. One of those places you ...

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  • 2

    City Walls

    15 reviews

    The city walls are fantastic. The walls themselves are interesting but better yet are the views. Great for exploring the city and taking photographs.

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  • 3

    Historical Complex of Split with the Palace of Diocletian

    11 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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  • 4

    Sea Organ

    10 reviews

    Enjoy the spectacular view and the natural sound the sea organ makes from the wind and sea waves.

  • 5

    Pula Arena

    8 reviews

    Not giving you the same feeling of the famous Colosseum in Italy, but still in good shape. With the importance of its history, it's nice to visit.

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    Banje Beach

    8 reviews

    Banje Beach is the nearest beach to the Old City of Dubrovnik and one of the most beautiful in the world (according to some people). Whatever the case, it is a great place to take a dip into the Adriatic Sea and enjoy the sunshine. The beach is pebbly not sandy, but the water is fine! A club has beach ...

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  • 7

    Walls of Dubrovnik

    8 reviews

    Step up for a perfect view and feel of history

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  • 8

    Buza Bar

    7 reviews

    Gayle, Erin, Jim, and I actually visited 2 Busa (Hole in the Wall Bars) where we quaffed several cold Croatian Beers. The view is stunning and I'm still kicking myself for bringing my swimming suit and jumping off one of the cliffs below into some wonderfully inviting waters. Perched on a cliff above the deep blue sea, clinging like a ...

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  • 9

    Sun Salutation

    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

    Port of Split

    8 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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  • 11

    Diocletian's Palace

    8 reviews

    The palace was built by the Roman emperor Diocletian at the turn of the fourth century AD. It is a massive structure which is in remarkable condition. After the Romans abandoned the site the palace has been occupied, with residents making their homes and businesses within the palace basement and directly in its walls. Today many restaurants and shops, and ...

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  • 12

    Church of St. Donatus

    7 reviews

    An ancient church built in the rare pre-Roman Dalmatian style.

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  • 13

    Historic City of Trogir

    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 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

    5 reviews

    Lovely place.

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  • 16

    Rooftops of Dubrovnik

    5 reviews

    The colorful and scenic rooftops really make this city lovely. Many great photo opportunities, particularly from the city walls.

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  • 17

    Rector's Palace

    5 reviews

    The Rector's Palace or Knežev dvor) used to serve as the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa between the 14th century and 1808. There's also a nice City Museum that is worth a look including a gift shop which I found some interesting stuff.

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  • 18

    Old Port Dubrovnik

    5 reviews

    A short walk from the old city is this wonderful old port, home to a once might navy. Today there are small boats and yacht to look at.

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  • 19


    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 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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