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CROATIA & THE BALKANS DUBROVNIK DESTINATIONS


so quiet It’s oh


Seek out Dubrovnik’s sleepier spots with Mary Novakovich’s guide to escaping the crowds


T


ake one glimpse of Dubrovnik’s exquisite Old


Town, ringed by medieval and Renaissance walls, and it’s obvious why Croatia’s most-visited destination is still high on the list for cruise passengers and day-trippers. Visitor numbers show no sign of


slowing down, but there are ways to escape the crowds and get more from this Adriatic beauty. Up to 10,000 cruise passengers


descend on Dubrovnik every day during the summer months, and most don’t venture beyond the Old Town. Many visitors don’t realise that the Old Town is just a fraction of the city, and that other districts can make a much more practical base for holidaymakers. There’s an efficient network of buses that connects all districts to the Old Town, making it very straightforward for clients to get around.


w BEYOND THE CITY WALLS On the western side of the Old Town is the Pile Gate, which leads to the university quarter as well as several little pebbly coves and the cooling green expanse of Gradac Park. While there are good


accommodation options here for clients, there’s even greater choice just next door in the Lapad neighbourhood, farther along the peninsula. The


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PICTURES: SHUTTERSTOCK


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