Dubrovnik


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a port city in southwestern Croatia on the Adriatic

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Due to historical facts and to protect the city, Dubrovnik and its Old Port are completely surrounded by defensive walls, which are, along with its Old Town, a great example of the late medieval walled city.
Save 10% on a five-night stay in Dubrovnik's Old Town at the majestic Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik, overlooking the terracotta skyline and glistening Adriatic Sea.
A spokesman for the Foreign Office said: "We are aware of an incident in Dubrovnik, Croatia and we are in contact with the local authorities.
The driver of the truck, a 46-year-old from Dubrovnik, was uninjured.
BEST MONTHS: With its Mediterranean climate, Dubrovnik has mild winters and warm and dry summers, meaning it is a great place to visit all year round.
00 The Dubrovnik Riviera Enjoy a memorable holiday on Southern Croatia's beautiful Adriatic coast, close to medieval gem Dubrovnik.
In a short video message to his fans, Bryan Ferry invites everyone to attend his Dubrovnik concert on September 30th, marking the centenary of Dubrovnik's legendary Hotel Excelsior
There are regional departures from Birmingham and Manchester with Thomson to Dubrovnik, Jet 2's service from Glasgow to Pula and Ryanair's new Stansted to Rijeka route.
Nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is stunning.
The conflict even touched the so-called Pearl of the Adriatic, when Serb forces laid seige and shelled the medieval port of Dubrovnik in 1991, killing and wounding dozens and causing severe damage.
The Croatian National Bank's 18th annual Dubrovnik Economic Conference was held on 27-50 June 2012, and a Young Economists' Seminar (YES) was held on the preceding day.
Beneath the bell tower in Dubrovnik, behind the cold stone walls of the city's state archive, there is a map drawn by hand depicting an age of empires.
Additional routes for summer 2012 include Manchester to Dubrovnik, Milan, Venice and Verona; Birmingham to Dubrovnik, Heraklion, Milan, Rome and Venice; London Gatwick to Dubrovnik, Heraklion, Milan, Rome and Venice and London Luton to Rome.
There are daily invasions at the port of Dubrovnik - but these plunderers don't arrive in pirate or warships, waving swords or pistols.
THE playwright George Bernard Shaw famously described Dubrovnik as "the pearl of the Adriatic".