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Travel to Dubrovnik to Discover the Gem of the Adriatic Sea


Travelers looking for the maritime experience of a full seaport and a luxurious, idyllic beach will find their paradise in the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia. The city is a gem located on the Adriatic Sea, and it has become one of the most promising Mediterranean tourist destinations. Dubrovnik is also known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic” because of its beautiful whitewashed buildings with detailed architectural points and structures located throughout the city. The bay is an ideal location for sunbathing and relaxing under the bright blue sky.

The bay and the surrounding areas have seen a tremendous increase in development, as has the rest of Croatia. The country and this city in particular stand out among the many tourist destinations around the world as a wonderful area for picturesque sea vistas and astonishing historical influence within the Old Town. The Croatian War of Independence has left scars all throughout the country, and even in the exquisite city of Dubrovnik bullet holes and mortar damage is still visible throughout the remarkably well-kept facade.

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Sightseeing Of Dubrovnik


As you stroll through the cobblestone streets of Dubrovnik, you can visit a number of landmarks in the Old Town. Starting with Roland's Column, you will see a monument to a legendary knight. Then you can move on to the Bell Tower, Sponza Palace, Rector's Palca, the Pile Gate, Big Onofrio's Fountain, and Fort Lovrijenac. Complete the day trip by visiting the interesting fish and sea creatures at the aquarium. Since the city is lined with walls throughout, in Dubrovnik you can gain the surreal experience of walking on them to see the best views of the city.

In addition to the uniquely crafted city walls, you can also view a number of elegantly styled churches. The interior of the church is usually the most ideal part to visit since the mural paintings and intricately designed architecture is quite impressive. If you enjoy museums, there are a wide array for you to choose from on a day away from the sun and sand of the idyllic beaches.

Dubrovnik travel should be experienced leisurely since there are so many different locations that require exploration for a thorough experience. For example, the Dubrovnik ferries are a great way to travel around and see many of the city sites. You can also learn more about hotels and Dubrovnik culture by watching a video on the city that will give you much needed information and advice on the best destinations and the local hot spots.