Day 8.2 Dubrovnik


Continued from Day 8.1 Budva Old Town

BusAbout Classic Balkan Trek – Day 8.2 of 9

Around noon, we made a quick stop to a view point to see the walled city of Dubrovnik.  It is a hot day and I would love to jump into the beautiful adriatic blue sea!!

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View point of Duvrovnik

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Not bad for self shot 🙂

Inside the Walls of Dubrovnik

Tourist tourist tourist everywhere!!  Due the the limited amount of time we get here, first thing I did was go walk around the wall to get an overview of the place. The entrance cost I think I paid around 80 kuna.

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View from the Wall

The wall is quite long (almost 2km according to wikipedia).  I remember it took me at least an hour to walk around.  I highly don’t recommend it for the elderly and pregnant women.  There’s some pretty steep steps.

Along the wall isn’t just all view, there’s also about 2 – 3 shops there.

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Main street

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Laundry tells me people actually live here!

Not sure if residence get much privacy living in a very touristy place.

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No the man is not naked in this picture!

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I’m seeing orange!

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The stairs in the cylinder looking building is the steepest!!

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Took all my photos with timer because I can’t reach the shutter button on my SLR

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Steep steps everywhere!

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Mmm Pistachio Ice Cream!! *lick lick*

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Lots and lots of shopping on ground floor!

Continue to Day 8.3 Spilt Silent Disco

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4 responses to “Day 8.2 Dubrovnik

  1. I’ve never heard before about Dubrovnik but it’s simply incredible. The contrast between the blue sea, the dried mountains and grasslands ans the strong orange of the roofs are gorgeous! Great pictures! Best wishes, Àngel

    • lol, thanks for describing it. That’s how I see it too but didn’t know how to describe!! (My poor writing skills..)

      But I’m glad the photos speaks for itself. Croatia itself is a very beautiful country.

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