I guess Dubrovnik does not need any presentation to most of you – renowned for its beauty and millions of visitors every year. Dubrovnik, Croatia, is one of the most prominent tourist attractions here. First built in the 7th century, now with a population of about 43,000. In 1979, the city joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites.
Personally I think I enjoyed the views from a gull’s perspective even more! But the steps were numerous…,I would never have tried this in the summer heat…
You can still see traces of the war – not everything has been rebuilt yet.
I was so fascinated by that little house on top – overlooking both the sea and the old city. This lovely, early morning I could imagine sipping my coffee up there… (and the beauty of a sunset as well…)…my feet dangling from the wall. Maybe you would care to join me?
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This caught my eye again. So beautiful, I’d go there in a heartbeat. It reminds me of my father, he’s from Dugi Otok. 🙂 Great photos!
Yes, I’d go there again if it was possible. So beautiful. And we visited in December I think – so no tourists.
Super photography .. I would love to visit! 🙂
It is a beautiful place – but so many tourists during season. Thank you for liking it!
Beautiful indeed. I would love to go there!
Off season I recommend – so many tourists and so hot otherwise.
It looks beautiful Ann-Christine, thank you for letting us walk along with you here 💜 xxx
Thank you for coming along, Xenia!
I’m also unlikely to get there, but I loved visiting through your eyes and camera. Beautiful. Not so sure about hanging my feet over the edge, though. 🙂
Well…you don’t have to…!
I know that I’ll not likely travel to Dubrovnik so am enjoying it vicariously through your images. Thanks, Ann-Christine. 🙂
That is one positive thing with the blogging community – vicariously traveling! Glad you enjoyed it!
A place I would like to see, but would be too crowded now….
What a beautiful place
It was late September when we were there, many years ago, and still boiling hot on those walls 🙂 🙂 Lovely memories, so thanks, Ann Christine!
Glad you took out some memories for a walk, Jo! Indeed a charming place, but I would imagine the heat between those walls…
Thank you, Sheree! A very charming place. Not crowded during winter!
I guess Dubrovnik does not need any presentation to most of you – renowned for its beauty and millions of visitors every year. Dubrovnik, Croatia, is one of the most prominent tourist attractions here.
True, but I am a indian n mostly indian know about Croatia just from history books. thnx to you to show other dymantion of Croatia .Lovely n informative post thnx to share 🙂🙂🙏.
Thank you for a thoughtful comment! Much appreciated – and true. We often know history and countries mostly from school books. Blogging means connecting and more knowledge about each other. India is a big country, and there is so much we westerners do not know about it.