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Old Town, Dubrovnik
Categories: Neighborhoods, Historic Walking Areas, Tourist Spots
At Old Town, learn how the "Pearl of the Adriatic" developed as a major Mediterranean power after the 13th century. Dubrovnik, which holds a significant place in the history of city planning, joined the list of World Heritage Sites in 1979. Climb the preserved white-stone defensive walls, with mighty forts and towers. Take in a panoramic view of the crystal clear sea and the countryside. As you wander, you'll pass old residential houses with red roof tops as well as Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque palaces, churches, and fountains. Consider a guided custom tour, tailored to your liking. Put Old Town on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Dubrovnik vacation builder.
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We visited Dubrovnik 10 years ago when it still had some people actually living there. Now it is full of tourist shops and restaurants all very pricey and none of the quaint local shops that were here... read more »
Een prachtige en gezellige stad. Mooi onderhouden en proper. Je kan hier leuk shoppen in de kleine toeristische winkeltjes en heerlijk en gezellig eten.A beautiful and welcoming city. Well kept and clean. Here you can find nice shopping in the small tourist shops and delicious and eat.show original
Really nice and pleasant city to visit, you can feel the history in the walls of the city. There is a lot of interesting history about this city. I understand why its part of Unescos list. Well worth ... read more »
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