Dubrovnik, the most beautiful city in Croatia, the location of the Game of Thrones, is world-famous, and there are many tourists every day. It is particularly comfortable to stroll through the ancient city, enjoy the sea view, and learn about the history. It is definitely a good experience!
The red roofs of Dubrovnik’s old town are very shocking. Parking around the old city is really expensive. It takes an hour (about 10 euros) for the 75th library in the center, 40 an hour farther, and 10 yuan an hour at the farthest. In order to park in a cheap place, it also takes a lot of footwork. Therefore, it is recommended to live near the old city. At least there is a place for free parking. The ice cream in the old city is also expensive. A ball of 14 ku costs 8 yuan in Split and 6 yuan in Pula. Wandering around a corner, the old town is very lively, I just found fast food for dinner, the taste of burgers is even good. Tomorrow, I’m going to travel all over King’s Landing [Yeah]
Although it's unfinished, Quan You still has to punch a card at the end of the season. According to the picture, many scenes of King's Landing have late effects, which are different from the actual scenes, but when we filmed, some passers-by were suddenly drawn to this itinerary, which is what Pudding sister said, all eight seasons. Up! Dubrovnik's commercial atmosphere is too strong, there are too many people, and the three-dimensional body feel is not very good, but there is one thing to say, the food is fancy. As for the second dimension? It turned out that in addition to Quan You, the alien casino of Star Wars Eight was also shot here.
#拔烟过后，就是美丽#Balkan Travel No. 57——Croatia·Dubrovnik·Ancient City The imagination of the Mediterranean in my heart is always such a picture, which always contains several essential elements—— The sapphire sea, dry air, transparent sunlight, and the old city exuding a distant atmosphere. This kind of imagination is constantly being confirmed on the coasts of the Adriatic Sea-Zadar, Split, Dubrovnik, Budova. And Dubrovnik is undoubtedly one of the best. In Ducheng, the most eye-catching old city is surrounded by the magnificent wall that was used for defense. Standing on Stradum, the main street of the old city, almost everyone will be attracted by this marble street and the Baroque buildings on both sides. Just find a restaurant or coffee shop on the side of the road to kill an afternoon. Standing on the ancient city wall, you can overlook the tranquil Adriatic Sea, the terracotta brick roofs of the old city, and even the trauma of the recent war...Although you can circle around The journey of the city wall is not too long, but the Mediterranean sun in summer is still quite powerful. To see the whole picture of the ancient city, the top of Mt.Srd is the best place. It only takes four minutes to reach the top of the mountain with the help of the cable car. Here you can overlook the ancient city and the scenery is superb and irreplaceable. What I also like is the daily life of the people in the ancient city. As tourists, we walked up and down along the stone stairs, and it was inevitable that people were breathless, but the locals seemed to walk on the ground like flying. The kittens, green plants, and beautiful decorations that appear from time to time make the journey full of surprises. Although the narrow roads are often full of tourists, it seems that the locals are not too affected. A little far away from the center of the ancient city, you can see the locals chatting, drying the clothes and sheets, and the old grandmother sitting on the side of the road doing handwork. ... It turns out that Dubrovnik is so real, she is not a set board from "Game of Thrones", she is the daily smoke, fire and life. To
Entering the city gate, the famous Praca Street appears on the central axis of the ancient city. It is the most famous street in Dubrovnik and one of the most beautiful streets in Europe. It is 292 meters long and connected Look at the gates of Pile and Ploce. The street is gray-white marble, which has been polished. The Baroque buildings on both sides always show European heritage and low-key luxury, and visitors are bustling with excitement. The name of the street is taken from Italian, meaning "what a big street" (again sigh: the foreigner is really straightforward). It is said that it was a sigh made by an officer from Milan when he walked on the street. The old city still retains ancient buildings from the 14th to 16th centuries, and even the streets and street lamps are medieval. And it brings together various architectural styles such as Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque, which is a bit like Prague. At the same time, she also won the title of "Slavic Athens" for her rich art collection and developed and well-known culture! The streets inside the old city are fishbone-shaped, that is, a main street. There are a dozen narrow and steep alleys parallel to the main street. The sun shines through the historical old alleys and steps up the stairs. You can feel the tranquility and the immortality. The winding and deep medieval original style. I especially like the street lights in the alleys, revealing a strong European medieval style! The local residents still live here, as before. The greatest pleasure in Dubrovnik’s Old Town is to step on flip-flops, shuttle between the alleys and the old city walls, and find a street cafe to rest when you’re tired. Let me live for a week without getting bored!