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Dubrovnik old town's city walls

DubrovnikOK, it may be not exactly seaside promenade, but close enough. Wherever you look chances are azure blue sea will be in your sight. Walk around Dubrovnik's city walls is certainly one of those must do things while in Croatia, so it deserves to be on this list.
The wall surrounds the entire Old City with their 1940 meters of length and up to 25 meters of height. There are five bastions, 3 circular and 12 square and rectangular towers, two corner towers, one huge fortress and several rocky beaches along the way. It takes two hours to go all the way around but you'll be rewarded with unforgettable views on blue sea, red roofs, mountains.. A Kodak moment after another all along the way. You'll be even able to peak into private backyards and kitchens...
For a small you can rent an audio tape and headphones which will guide you along the way. It's well worth a few Kuna. Scattered here and there are stands that sell lemonades and sodas. You may need the refreshment. You can really work up a thirst during this walk, especially on a hot summer day.
One of the best kept secrets (well maybe not anymore) is the Buza beach and Buza bar, an outdoor bar clinging to a sea cliff just outside the eastern walls. It's the bar for sunset-watching in the same way that the Gradska Kavana, with its two terraces over the harbor and Luza Square, is the bar for people-watching. Buza is kind a hard to find. If you walk beneath the city walls eventually you will come to the wooden sign that says Cold Drinks which points towards a door in the wall. If you climb inside the wall, you will see another wooden sign shaped like an arrow, saying, Cold Drinks. Walk through the hole in the wall, and you are there. From the terrace there are steps leading to the beach where you can swim off a rock by the sea.

Dubrovnik Tourist Board
Cvijete Zuzoric 1/II, p.p. 258
20000 Dubrovnik
Tel: +385 (0)20 323 887
Fax: +385 (0)20 323 725

County tourist board Dubrovnik-Neretva

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