My wife and I stopped in Dubrovnik as the last stop on an MSC cruises Mediterranean tour. The stop was at the end of our cruise and lasted for just only half a day. We decided to have a restful day getting a feel for the city with a leisurely stroll followed by a cuppa and a slice of cake.
What a delightful, clean place the old town is. We ambled down the main street mixing window shopping with admiration for the lovely buildings. There are numerous side streets/alleys with steep climbs which although interesting looking were outside of our aim of rest and relaxation. We stopped for the afore mentioned cuppa at a pleasant outside café on the main square. My wife then ventured of on a hunt for souvenirs and a general nose around the place.
The overall impression was that it is a fantastic city in a delightful setting and we have already added it to our list of destinations worthy of a longer stay. Architecture, the delight of being able to explore without motor traffic and welcoming people. I would recommend the place. I managed the main street easily on my crutches and I think a wheelchair user would also do so. However, the side streets are narrow, steep and mostly have steps and so are probably not suitable for wheelchairs and I was neither brave or energetic enough to attempt the with my crutches.
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