There are so many Dubrovnik travel guides, but they rarely put emphasis on Dubrovnik beaches. When thinking of Dubrovnik, we tend to think about its medieval old town, city walls, museums, lovely restaurants, eclectic bars, and high prices.
We've heard people talking about the restaurant Azur Dubrovnik, and we were really curious to try it out. Located in an alleyway close to a popular “hole in the wall” Buza bar, Azur serves an Asian-Mediterranean fusion food.
Bota, the Oyster & Sushi Bar Dubrovnik, is an excellent place to have a sushi in Dubrovnik. OK it's not like I'm the ultimate sushi connoisseur, but I am a huge aficionado.
You remember when I've wrote a farewell to Dubrovnik, a couple of years ago?! And then I went back again, and had an awesome time sailing on a private motor boat. This year I was back in Dubrovnik.
In Dubrovnik, I feel like at home. I have been to Dubrovnik so many times before. We visit it at least three times a year, every year. But I have never visited Dubrovnik as a tourist. Until recently. I spent three full days in Dubrovnik this past spring, with a group of six.