The wet limestone-paved Stradun, the main thoroughfare in Old Town Dubrovnik glistened under the street lights. First established around the 7th Century, the Old Town became an important sea power in the Mediterranean during the 13th Century. Dubrovnik is increasingly popular with cruise ships and tourists. However this walled city is quiet during the winter months, therefore making it a delight to explore some of the prime examples of medieval, Renaissance and Baroque monuments with fortifications and gates which provide entry points into this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Thank you to Tiara Anggamulia of Photography by Tiara for permission to re-produce the image. If you have a really special photograph you would like to share with A Luxury Travel Blogs readers, please contact us.
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