TripSavvy posted a link
First settled in the early 7th century, Dubrovnik has an impressive history. The UNESCO-protected Old Town has weathered both natural and political crises and emerged with its beauty intact. Today, it is famous for its splendid Baroque architecture. We round up the best hotels Dubrovnik has to offer - from 16th-century boutiques to family-oriented seaside resorts.
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Her Favourite Food & Travel posted a link
Dubrovnik is a city which is brimming with things to explore, and eat! The winning combination of sun, sea and delicious local cuisine means Dubrovnik is one of those cities you can never spend enough time in. I loved my time in Dubrovnik and here are my five essential things to do in the beautiful city.
Chasing The Donkey posted a link
The trouble in Dubrovnik is not finding a place to eat; it’s deciding on where. Yes, the “Pearl of the Adriatic” has such an abundance of restaurants that it can feel overwhelming. Half of the restaurants are all talk, while the other half let the cuisine do the talking.