Dubrovnik made up just one day of my 8-day sailing trip with Busabout, but for me, it was the most memorable. Part of the reason for this was the breathtaking views all along the famous city wall walk.
The old city of Dubrovnik has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979. Its walls are the pride and joy of the citizens of this area and “considered to be amongst the great fortification systems of the Middle Ages, as they were never breached by a hostile army during this time period.” (Wikipedia).
The care and reconstruction efforts put into these walls over the centuries means that we can now enjoy walking on these walls as travelers, and the 100 kuna entrance ticket (just under $15 US) is completely worth it. Even at the height of tourist season (I was there in mid-August), it is worth it.
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Dubrovnik deserves at least a day of your holiday, and I highly recommend walking along the walls to see how incredible it is for yourself. Want to go sailing in Croatia just like I did? Check out the affordable options from Busabout!
More about travel in Croatia
- How to Get a Croatian SIM Card with Unlimited Data
- Dubrovnik to Split: Sailing Croatia with Busabout (the second half of this trip)
- Watch the video: Sailing the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia with Busabout
*This post is part of a collaboration, but as always, all opinions are my own.
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