The rain on arrival wasn't what we expecting but it only lasted an hour ( there are plenty of umbrellas for sale in the shops if you get caught out ). The old pharmacy is worth a look, as are the other public buildings within the city although there is a small fee for each. The best way to get round is to wander through the streets off the main thoroughfare and nip into the little shops that abound them. The prices are good and the staff friendly too. The cafes are good value for lunch and drinks cheap too. Didn't get onto the city walls as they were heaving with people and we ran out of time too ( fyi the charge is 100 Kuna for the walls walk ).Will return but not in July or August , far too busy.
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