Bokar Fort is the first fort that I saw after climbing the city wall from the gate of Pele. It is located at the southwest end of the Dub city wall. It forms a corner with the Lovrijenac Fort on the opposite side and guards the narrow bay together. It's just that the platform cannot go up, and tourists can only move around within the city wall.
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It turns out that this is also a scenic spot, hahaha, I have been there, just below the city gate, everyone sees the place where the boats are parked, and when you see the stairs turning down, there are no people below and almost no tourists go down.
On the Pile gate square, you can see two important fortresses in the entire city's defense system-Fort Bokar and The Fortress Lovrijena. There is a restaurant called Atlas Club Nautika on the Pile gate square. Cross the path next to this restaurant and walk straight. At the end of the road, there is a sign for Fort Lovrijenac! Follow the direction indicated by the sign and you will be under the fortress. Very difficult to find, we also asked a lot of talents to find!
Fort Bokar: Appeared as the wall of King's Landing in the "Game of Thrones" play. The little devil and Varys discussed how to defend here before the Battle of Blackwater Bay.
The Bokar Fortress is located in the southwest corner of Dubrovnik’s Old City. It is connected to the old city wall. It is a fortress on the sea. It is very close to the Lovrijenac fortress. The two are connected by a bridge. You can take pictures of these two forts while standing on the bridge.
The scenery here is really breathtaking. Especially the beautiful coastline fishing villages and lavender vendors near St. Stephen’s Church are lingering.