A Tour of Dubrovnik, Croatia. What Paradise Looks Like

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A Tour of Dubrovnik, Croatia

When my bus from the Montenegro came around that last turn and I first laid eyes on this magnificent walled city, I instantly though I had found paradise. I had that famous postcard view, as we were on the elevated highway, looking down on the sea that ran up to the walls. It’s a sight to behold for sure!

There were hoards of tourists, but in a place like this, who can blame them! I’m told that in the winter months, the cruise ships stop coming and there are no tourists left. I will definitely come back for that. Dubrovnik is definitely on my list of top five favorite and most beautiful cities that I’ve been to!

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  1. Wow that is truly stunning. I’m trying to decide where to go on my next international excursion, and this sounds like a pretty good one. I do prefer going places like this when they are not overrun by tourists. Thanks for sharing 🙂

  2. I agree! I tell everyone that Dubrovnik is a must-see. A good time to go would be late May/early June. The weather is nice and the size of the crowd is just right.

    • It’s great there, but I think that is still around the tourist season. in winter it’s dead. It’s great all the time though

  3. It looks so beautiful!! If I was going to Croatia for the first time and just for a few days, would you recommend Dubrovnik to be the best place to start off with ( I know there’s too much to see in such a beautiful country in just a few days) but always looking for places to do short trips from England 🙂

  4. Great photos. We love Dubrovnik and Croatia. It’s like Italy although much cleaner, there aren’t any beggars and the locals don’t hate tourists 🙂

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