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Dubrovnik Tourism

Cao! (Hello in Croatian)

Serene, sublime, satiating- these are the first words that come to your mind the moment you catch a glimpse of this Walled City of Croatia. Splashed by the azure waters of the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik embraces a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is one of the most popular tourist destinations of Croatia and the Mediterranean. The medieval city which flourished as the capital of the Republic of Ragusa, was home to the largest naval fleet of the world and had consulates in around 50 ports across the world during the 16th and 17th century. The historic city also survived a massive siege and heavy shelling by the Serbian army during the Balkan Wars. Following the war, the city reconstructed its historic buildings according to UNESCO guidelines. Today, Dubrovnik witnesses flocks of tourists every year to experience its fascinating laid-back ambience, the grand Baroque churches, the medieval forts and majestic palazzos. The old town of Dubrovnik which is a pedestrian-only area exudes an enigmatic and charming environment replete with medieval age edifices.

Cao! (Hello in Croatian)

Serene, sublime, satiating- these are the first words that come to your mind the moment you catch a glimpse of this Walled City of Croatia. Splashed...

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