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DubrovnikDubrovnik (Bradt Mini Guides) This old Croatian city is a perfect extended stop-off for travellers exploring Mediterranean Europe by land or sea. Byron’s ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ - now fully restored to its former glory, has everything for the cultural enthusiast: arguably the best city walls in Europe, Italian architecture, palaces and churches. Bathe in the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea, or take in one of the best views of the city atop the impressive town walls. This guide covers more than just the city; day trips to islands just off Dubrovnik’s peaceful coastline are included for those wishing to retreat from the bustle of the city and indulge in scenic walks and natural history. Tour Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast (Eyewitness Top Ten Travel Guides) This is the ultimate guide for exploring Dubrovnik and the Dalmatian Coast; whatever is your budget, there are top ten lists to help you plan your trip. From the top ten perfectly preserved beaches to the top ten spirited bars, every type of activity is covered in this easy-to-use guide. With hundreds of gorgeous photographs and detailed maps of the region, you'll get straight to where you want to go, in this 'Jewel of the Adriatic.'

Dubrovnik RevisitedDubrovnik Revisited Dubrovnik sits at the southern end of Croatia's Dalmatian Coast and this historic city has a modern tale to tell. Attacked by the Yugoslav and Serbian army in the autumn of 1991, it suffered heavy destruction and death of civilians. 12 months later the city was liberated and restoration began soon after. Today, the city is proudly re-established on the tourist shipping routes. The inland redevelopment of Croatia, neighbouring Bosnia & Herzegovina and Serbia & Montenegro has also meant that visitor numbers to this historic city are at their peak. Written by an eminent literary historian Slobodan Prosperov Novak, this is a real literary jewel, which presents the sights of Dubrovnik and its surroundings with a balance of colour photographs and authoritative text. The emphasis is on the historical, cultural, religious and literary aspects of this city and its surrounding area, this is not a 'where to stay' guide and is not littered with accommodation and restaurant lists.

Dubrovnik CityDubrovnik (CitySpots) Cityspots Dubrovnik takes you straight to the heart of this beautiful Croatian city, a gem set beside the clear blue Adriatic Sea. Famous for its Summer Festival of music, dance and theatre and with city walls dating from the 13th century to circumnavigate, you'll find it perfectly restored to its medieval best following the Serb bombardment of a decade or so ago. Dubrovnik highlights include: the annual Summer Festival that attracts international performers to take the unique indoor and open-air stages; walking the medieval city walls; the Old Town with its gates, fortresses, monasteries and churches; island hopping from the city's harbour to the Elafiti Islands, Cavtat and Lokrum; out of town trips include Zagreb, Pag and Dalmatia; and, Hvar, Nin, Zadar, Trogir, Krka National Park and Split. "Cityspots" is perfect for pleasure-seeking city breakers wanting to quickly pinpoint the city's most entertaining highlights and decide what to see and do in a limited time. It contains clear maps to enable fast orientation and full-colour illustrated pages to pinpoint the very best in shopping, sightseeing, eating and drinking - plus great ideas for low-budget entertainment too. It spans a wide range of destinations, including those served by budget airlines. It includes practical listings to suit varied budgets and tastes. Imaginative suggestions reveal each city's hidden gems. Compact format quickly locates the top must-see and do attractions. It also contains full-colour maps and photographs.

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