This blog post was updated on November 6, 2018.


Located in the south of Croatia is the picturesque city of Dubrovnik. While it may look like a bustling locale from this angle, the Mediterranean village only host 47,000 residents.


With tropical weather 12-months out of the year, pristine beaches and amazing seafood, it is no wonder why Dubrovnik has been nicknamed the “Pearl of the Adriatic.”


In 1979 Dubrovnik, Croatia was honored when it officially became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.



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