Dubrovnik Old Town has been a lived-in town since the 7th century. The town has evolved and even became fortified around the 14th century. Yet, it has the old-world charm with the limestone building and paths, narrow streets with steep stairs, monasteries, palaces, armouries, museums, etc. It has the modern cafes and shops tucked into its nooks and corners without becoming a sore thumb. This is a place that must be in your Travel Bucket List!
Here’s a Quick Guide to discovering the ‘Old Town of Dubrovnik’. This is not only a UNESCO World Heritage Site but also is unique in being in continuous use as a place for human habitation since the 4th century!
If Dubrovnik (Croatia) is in your travel bucket list, then this is for you! It is a concise but very useful information about where to stay at Dubrovnik, what to see, where to go, where to eat!
This article is the best of discovering all relevant informations about Dubrovnik, including the Dubrovnik Old Town!
If you have less than 48hrs in your hand at Split (Croatia), don’t worry, because we saw 3 amazingly unique towns, 2 UNESCO world heritage site in less than 40 hours! The best part, life-time of memories…
This is the story of an interesting town in Croatia which was a pirate’s hideout in ancient time and a beautiful beach town today… Omi today is a cute little town framed by the bare sandstone hills, the narrow Cetina river criss-crossing it and the sandy beaches. Read-on and enjoy!