The city opens the gates to the Dubrovnik wall daily around 8:00 am, and closes them before dusk. This is unfortunate, because some of the best photography to be had along the Dalmation coast is on this wall. You’ll want to make sure to take as much gear as possible because there is no way to get down once you’re on your way. Our apartment was in the middle of the city, but even if I forgot something, it would have been a major hassle to go back and get it.
Montenegro is just being discovered as a tour destination. Our travels took us from the undisturbed fjords to the medieval town of Budva, to the man-made island of “Our lady of The Rock” in the Bay of Kotor and the luxury island hotel of Sveti Stefan.
Dubrovnik Croatia is known as the “Jewel of the Adriatic” for good reason. It’s timeless beauty is encased in ancient fortress walls that surround Old Town Dubrovnik. I shot photos on the Dubrovnik wall, visited the history of Dubrovnik at the Rector’s Palace, Big Onofrio’s Fountain, and the Church of St. Blaise. We had cocktails at Cafe Buza and listened to American Jazz at the Troubadour Jazz Cafe.
On our first full day we immediately set off to see the main attractions Dubrovnik had to offer. The first, and mostly highly recommended, was the walk along the Dubrovnik Wall. We started the walk at the Pile Gate side Read More …