Dubrovnik is one of our favorite cities in the world. Back in the day it rivaled Venice as one of the great maritime powers and it flourished for centuries despite threats and empire-changes that included the Romans, Venetians, Ottomans, and Hungarians. The city’s rich history is matched by its dazzling beauty. The Old Town, majestically juts out into the blue Adriatic Sea, surrounded by (so-far) impenetrable medieval walls. Today, Croatia’s seaside gem has garnered even more global attention as one of the main filming backdrops for the TV series Game of Thrones. Strolling the streets, you immediate see why this location resonates with so many people. There’s a hint of something epic, romantic, medieval, and just plain magical in the air.
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