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Seven Days in Dubrovnik

 Dubrovnik: South Dalmatia, Croatia Located on the southern coast of Croatia,  facing  the  Adriatic Sea, this beautiful area is famous for its walled city. It is a great place  for a relaxing seaside city break.  DAY 1 - OLD TOWN, CITY WALLS                                     Dubrovnik is famous for its old town which is a walled city with many historical sights. Walking tours of the city are available if you want to see the highlights however, if you have a few days to spend here, I recommend exploring on your own, at your own pace. For any Game of Thrones fans, you can take walking tours to see some of the sites featured in the series.                           I also recommend taking a walk along the city walls which will give you amazing views of Dubrovnik and surrounding areas.  DAY 2 - MOUNT SRD                        Leaving from the old town, you can take a short cable car ride up to Mount Srd for some of the best views over the old town and Elafiti Islands: there is also a r
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