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Croatia. Walking Around Dubrovnik. P.1.

o_l_g_a_r_i • 3 minutes read • July 11th, 2016


is absolutely a tourist city!
And not because of crowds of tourists per square foot, but because everything there is made for tourists. And it is absolutely useless to look for a local flavor there.
We had a quick walk around the city.
On one hand, the city is certainly interesting in terms of its history, and it has been perfectly preserved.
Stones on the roads and squares are polished to a shine... by a great number of feet in a significant number of years...
There are many beautiful buildings - different arches, churches, houses...
But at the same time - cafes, restaurants, and souvenir shops are everywhere. And only sellers and waiters are local citizens... And there are just crowds, crowds of people of different ethnicities and nationalities, but not the locals...
In the last picture, there is a small street parallel to the main street, it is a little quieter - if you absolutely need a place to sit down, it is better to do it there.
But it's impossible to escape from the tourists...
Only if you'll decide to climb steep streets...
We are not so enthusiastic, therefore, we immediately headed 

towards the port

. By the way, it is a nice place, although, there are also a lot of cafes and tourists.
Author: O_L_G_A_R_I
Translated by: Olesya Zhukova

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