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The Telegraph on The Best Things to Do in Dubrovnik

The Best experiences in Dubrovnik – There is so much to do in Dubrovnik according to The Telegraph. Travel writer, Jane Foster, gives the lowdown…

Circle the City WallsThe Old Town of Dubrovnik has the first and most obvious activity with its fantastic medieval walls that you can climb and walk all around – a mile all around, the 13th century walls give wonderful views out to sea and have a ful history.

The Rector’s Palace is also touted as “unmissable” and indeed it is as the article says, like stepping into a scene from Game of Thrones, the popular HBO series, and you will certainly recognise parts of it as the Spice King’s palace in Qarth.


The article also recommends the War Photo Gallery which has an exhibitionwhich is permanently on display of the recent Yugoslav war.

The Island of Lokrum is a favourite also – easily accessed by a short boat hop from the Old Town of Dubrovnik, Lokrum is a real escape of lush plants and trees with swimming and sunbathing spots and an abandoned 11th-century Benedictine Monastery – don’t miss the peacocks while you have lunch!


The article also receommends Banje Beach overlooking the Old Town of Dubrovnik where you can hire four poster sunbathing beds to drink pina coladas on. And the city’s Cable Car which takes you up to the top of Mount Srd where you can see great views of the Old Town. Sea Kayaking around the Elafiti Islands is suggested and a visit to the superb sandy beach on Lopud Island too. The writer also recommends exploring Cavtat Bay along with the region of Konavle generally with its array of activities in Konavle, fantastic domestic Agro Tourism restaurants and wine. Talking of wine, the article also highly recommends a wine tour on the Peljesac Peninsula and a trip to the wonderous “island that time forgot” of Mljet.

 See the full Telegraph article here…

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