Dubrovnik- Ancient town is Preserved Intact in Croatia

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Dubrovnik

If you want to visit an ancient town or ancient city from the Middle Ages, you should spend the time to visit Dubrovnik which is situated on the Adriatic coast and the southernmost part of Croatia. Dubrovnik is one of the most preserved medieval buildings preserved most intact to date. A small town with an area of only 21.35 km2 long history has been a UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979. In the summer, Dubrovnik becomes brighter with its red-tiled roofs blazing in the sunlight, contrasting with the blue sea water. Besides that Dubrovnik is also an ideal destination for hardcore fans of the movie series “Game of Thrones”. Therefore, if you are the big fan of the movie, you can not miss out the movie tour which usually starts at Pile Square in the Old Quarter, through labyrinth-shaped lanes and 1940 m long walls with many magnificent fortresses.

Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik

Furthermore, tourists also walk among the peaceful alleys, discover the beauty of ancient European architecture through the churches, palaces bring interesting experiences for visitors. At night, the city becomes more bustling thanks to the performances of street artists. Moreover, you can choose a crowded bar in the heart of the city to enjoy a glass of wine in a rumbling and happy music is not a bad idea.

In addition, if you want to admire the beauty of whole city, you can spend 4 minutes for transfer from the north of the city to Srd Mountain by cable car. From here, visitors can see the panoramic view from a height of 405 m, or can climb higher. Far away is the rich Lokrum Island covered by oak trees, olive green, about 15 minutes from the city by boat from the old wharf. It is also known as one of the hottest beaches in the world when there are more than 30 nude bathing areas.

Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik

Moreover, Dubrovnik at night is shimmering and quiet. Winter is quite deserted because of cold weather. This is the low tourist season, the store closes early, many stores also discount up to 50% for tourists. In fact, the 16th century is the golden age of Dubrovnik with more than 50 busy docks. However, through many historical events, people today come here to relax rest and admire historical values rather than trade. Moreover, you can visit the place in February which is on the occasion of the feast of Blaise, so the city exempts completely for most attractions including the wall.

Hope that after the post, you will have the overview and necessary information for traveling in Dubrovnik. If you need more information, you can visit Asia Day Tours to get more.