Continuing down the Adriatic Sea, we went ashore to the ancient walled city of Dubrovnik. We made most of our time here navigating the maze of Old Town and sightseeing along its famous wall. There was a of Game of Thrones referencing and laughs between us. After just a few hours in this part of the city, I understood why it’s often nicknamed “The Pearl of the Adriatic.” Though the weather was a bit on the gloomy side during our time in Croatia, there was still such a peaceful vibe. Even the crashing waves looked beautiful against the rocky shoreline. We walked along the coast and found ourselves settling on a beach where locals jumped in despite the weather and high tide. At the end of our trip, we got caught in a torrential downpour. Memorable.
Walls of Dubrovnik – After climbing the Walls of Kotor, walking along this one was such a breeze. As touristy as it is, the walls were still the best way to see Old Town. There were a lot of stops and cafes along the way. Plenty of spots to take in the scenery.
Banje Beach – There’s a nightclub/lounge on the beach where we ended up having a spritz and some snacks. After roaming around the city, it was the perfect place to put our feet up and just listen to the sounds of the ocean waves.