Wednesday, 3 December 2014

Exploring Dubrovnik, Croatia


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Hi everyone, if you follow me on social media you will know that in the summer I took a trip to the beautiful Dubrovnik, Croatia. It was magical. I went with my mum for a relaxing girls trip, and we were blown away with the timeless, authentic beauty of the town. 
We stayed at a beautiful hotel, it is very a reasonably priced hotel, called 'Hotel Croatia', based in Cavtat, which is a 30min drive and 45min boat ride from the Old town of Dubrovnik. We were so impressed with the hotel, incredible food, and the views from the pool and restaurants were breathtaking. I would recommend anyone to stay in this hotel , it is ideal for couples and group trips. Staying in Cavtat was the best idea, as Dubrovnik is an extremely busy town, it was great to be relaxed in our hotel and get some peace and quiet. Cavtat boasts incredible views and excellent fish and meat restaurants. If you don't want your accommodation to be in the hustle and bustle of the city, stay in Cavtat. 
The staff at the hotel were so helpful and they guided us with where to go. As for the Old Town of Dubrovnik, I was totally blown away with its stunning views, from the winding streets to rooftop glimpses, the place is a gem.  Must have's in the old town would be to walk the city walls and to do the cable car, you are guaranteed some of the best views you will ever see, and it is priceless. Take walks through the narrow street, exploring the antique shops and tasting the lovely food, and for sure to do a guided walk and learn all about how Dubrovnik suffered through the war. Exploring the city was so much fun, and I would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a reasonably priced, worthwhile trip in the summer. 

Links : 
Hotel Croatia -
Guide info
The beautiful view from the Hotel restaurant of the Cavtat Port. 


Breathtaking view from my sunbed. 

Straight off the boat, and into the Old City

Gelato heaven...

One of Dubrovnik's traditional restaurants

Cavtat port

The Hotel restaurant 

The gorgeous indoor pool

The port again

View from the old city walls

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