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Private accommodation Dubrovnik, apartments, rooms, houses, Dubrovnik

 

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Accommodation Igor

Accommodation Igor

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GSM: +385 (0)98 919 30 79

apartments: 2+2, 4+2

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Accommodation Kortizija

Accommodation Kortizija

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Telephone: +385 (0)20 426 085
GSM: +385 (0)98 184 86 76

rooms: 2+0, 2+0, 2+0
apartments: 3+0

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Accommodation puljizevic

Accommodation puljizevic

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Telephone: +38591 5281722
GSM: +38591 5281722

Studio apartments: 2+1

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Accommodation DUBROVNIK ORSAN

Accommodation DUBROVNIK ORSAN

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Telephone: +385(0)20 435 856
GSM: +385(0)91 536 72 44

apartments: 2+2

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Accommodation Bradas

Accommodation Bradas

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Telephone: +38598 184 4248
GSM: +38598 184 4248

Studio apartments: 2+0

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Accommodation Nenadic Rina

Accommodation Nenadic Rina

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Telephone: 020/429-396
GSM: 0915202080

rooms: 2+1, 2+0
apartments: 2+2

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Accommodation Vlahinić

Accommodation Vlahinić

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Telephone: +385 (0)20 417 133
GSM: +385 (0)91 514 3993

apartments: 2+2

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Accommodation Raguž

Accommodation Raguž

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Telephone: +385995128160
GSM: +385915140965

Studio apartments: 2+1, 2+1, 2+0, 2+0, 2+0, 2+0

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Accommodation Dubrovnik finest apartments

Accommodation Dubrovnik finest apartments

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Telephone: +385 98 480 742
GSM: +385 98 480 742

apartments: 2+2, 4+1, 4+0, 14+10
Studio apartments: 2+0

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Accommodation Dedo Anica

Accommodation Dedo Anica

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Telephone: +385 (0)2 45 27 67
GSM: +385 (0)98 935 37 89

apartments: 4+1

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Visit the Pearl of the Adriatic, the most renowned town and holiday resort on the Croatian Adriatic coast: a town with a long and bright history, a famous cultural centre and a beautiful place that has been standing below the hill of Srd since 7thC AD.

You will choose this wonderful and exceptional holiday resort - Dubrovnik, situated in the southern Adriatic - Croatia for many reasons. The main reason is its perfect architectural harmony that is difficult to find anywhere else in this part of the world and its beautiful surroundings - crystal clear sea, pine and cypress groves and graciously tended parks and gardens. And the town full of historical monuments - a museum in the open air! Dubrovnik known in the past as Ragusa, was founded by the refugees from Epidaurus (present day Cavtat) that had been destroyed by the invading Slavs and Avars in the first half of the 7th C AD.

Dubrovnik developed into a free and independent Republic that was flourishing during 15th and 16th C.

At that time Dubrovnik was the strongest economic, cultural and trading centre on the Eastern Adriatic coast. It was ruled by aristocracy and an elected Prince. The Republic developed diplomacy and was paying taxes to the Turks for the free trade on the Balkans. The town was struck by a strong earthquake in 1667. The Republic of Dubrovnik was abolished by the French in 1808 and was incorporated into the Kingdom of Italy and later became a part of Austrian-Hungarian Monarchy.
This is only a short survey of the illustrious past of this wonderful city - Dubrovnik - Croatia.

If you choose to come and spend your holidays in Dubrovnik, you will find comfortable accommodation in many apartments, villas and house rentals. You will be impressed by the highlights of Dubrovnik- Croatia.
You will see the town encircled by strong defensive walls with four city gates, numerous towers and fortresses. There you will see the famous tower Minceta, the Bokar tower as the oldest example of such construction in Europe, fortess St. John, fortress Revelin and Lovrijenac (St. Lawrence fortress) from 1050. Today Lovrijenac is one of the most attractive summer stages for the famous Dubrovnik Summer Festival taking place in the open air every July and August.

If you visit Dubrovnik in the summer months you could be present at various performances: concerts of classic music, drama, folklore evenings. But you should book accommodation on time, because many holidaymakers from all over the world spend their vacation here in Dubrovnik - Croatia.
When sightseeing the town of Dubrovnik you will come through the city gates and its defensive walls, right into the centre of the old town. There you will roam through the main street or rather square - Stradun. Once it was the sea straits dividing the oldest settlement situated on a small island from the mainlands. During centuries it was filled up by the alluvian deposits. All the main structures are located along or in the vicinity of this famous street. The Sponza Palace built in Renaissance style, the Prince's Palace built in Ghotic style with a residential apartment assigned for the Prince, state offices, halls for audiences, an arsenal and a jail. The Palace has been transformed into a Municipal Museum today. In the atrium of this palace you can attend the most sophisticated concerts of classic music, performances of many world famous musicians.

You will see, among many other historical monuments a well preserved synagogue from 15th C, one of the oldest preserved synagogues in Europe.
During the sightseeing tour you will visit Lazareti from 14th C, originally a quarantine place for foreign sailors coming to Dubrovnik by their ships and also for the sick people. Today it is a lively place with art galleries, restaurants and entertaining places.
The town of Dubrovnik - Croatia faces the transparenly blue sea in the south and is protedted by a steep cliff in the north. You will find beaches of all kinds, sunbathing rocks and many places for your entertainment including restaurants with delicious specialities and excellent wines, coffee shops, cafeterias and night clubs.
The city of Dubrovnik, its beauty, its historical monuments, apartments and villas invite you to visit the most beautiful holiday resort in the Adriatic - in Croatia.

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Dubrovnik! Croatia! What are you going there for? I don't know anyone who's been there!
These were just some of the questions I faced after telling friends and colleagues of my latest holiday plans. They just didn't seem to understand that after regularly experiencing countries such as Spain, Portugal and Turkey, I felt the time was right for a change of scenery.
I had a number of destinations in mind but decided to opt for Croatia because it was an unknown, but equally appealing, region only a few hours away by air.
Although the country has many interesting places to choose from - including the cities of Split and Zagreb - our week-long adventure would be to the historic city of Dubrovnik.

The city, which sits on the Adriatic Sea, is one of the country's busiest destinations and it's easy to see why.
After sending a week in this breathtaking place, I just wish that I could have stayed longer. One of the most popular sites in the city is its huge city walls, which were built between the 11th and 17th centuries.
Even as we approached the city en route to our hotel, we couldn't resist the temptation to stop at the city's walls to inspect them more closely.
The walk around the walls takes just over an hour and from the early hours of the morning, to the evening, the walls are crammed from people of all nationalities.

The walk provides tourists with beautiful views of the city's surrounding islands, of the city's narrow streets and of the over-looking mountains.
No visit to Dubrovnik is complete without a walk around its walls.
After our bracing walk, we then headed to the Hotel Dubrovnik Palace which would be our base for the week.

The beautiful hotel, which is located just 4km from the city's Old Town area, is an ideal place to stay when visiting this majestic region.
Visitors have the choice of lounging by the hotel's pool or private beach or spending the hours enjoying the nearby city life.
After spending a day re-charging our batteries, we decided to explore Dubrovnik's narrow streets.
We spent hours wandering and made time to visit the fascinating churches, monasteries, palaces and ornate houses which remained intact over the centuries.

Situated close to the old Rector's palace was a room set aside to show pictures of Croatian soldiers killed in the last war.
The room, which also showed images of Dubrovnik harbour on fire, was opened as a reminder to the city's many visitors of what life was like for the local population during the bitter siege of the city.
Although it was understandable why lots of visitors spent most of their time enjoying the hospitality of the town, many others took time out to explore the nearby islands.

Referred to as pearls along the coast by locals, Croatia's has 1,185 and many of these islands are close to Dubrovnik.
We took a trip to the Mljet islands which provided us with the opportunity to take in the fantastic views from sea but also to spend time relaxing on the islands' beautiful beaches.

Visitors regularly join locals for swims in the crystal-blue waters before taking long walks around the beautiful parks.
After spending hours exploring the city's streets and islands it's time to enjoy the local delicacies, and Dubrovnik boasts a plethora of restaurants catering for all tastes. Vegetarian, meat and oriental dishes are all on offer and at very reasonable prices. And for those who want to enjoy nightlife, there are plenty of welcoming bars.

Outside the city, the uniqueness of Croatia lies in its diversity.
Nestling between the Alps and the Adriatic Sea, Croatia provides visitors with the opportunity to also make visits to the nearby regions of Bosnia and Montenegro.

Regular bus trips are on offer each day and it's worthwhile spending the day in a country which you may never have thought about visiting in the past.
And with its many islands, islets and reefs, it has one of the most diverse coasts on the Mediterranean.

There are also are seven national parks in Croatia, with three in the mountainous regions and four in the coastal regions.
Quite simply, Dubrovnik is one of the most amazing cities I have ever been to and one that I will definitely be returning to. If Croatia's other cities are anything like Dubrovnik, then I can't wait to make a visit.
This beautiful place has so much to offer for both young and old alike and with its reputation growing by the year, the country's tourism industry looks set for major growth.

By Stephen Breen
 
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