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Kaptol 5, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
We've been on a global "cafe hop" for four months now - sipping an espresso in just about every place our bags land. It's not just the coffee that lures us in, but the culture that comes with it - the art of steeping/sipping/stirring coffee all...
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Mostar 88000, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Thanks to reading recommendations here on Afar.com, I picked up a copy of Sarajevo Marlboro at a bookstore, just as we crossed the famous, historic bridge in Mostar, Bosnia. At the bookstore, a short film played over and over, documenting the...
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Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Josip Broz Tito ruled Yugoslavia from World War II until his death in 1980. Today he’s a pop-culture icon, celebrated on mugs and T-shirts and at Caffe Tito, a spot behind the National Museum where students born after his reign get their...
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Kaptol, Sarajevo 71000, Bosnia and Herzegovina

As any experienced bar-goer knows, you're really going need to visit the bathroom at some point. Zlatna Ribica (Goldfish) in Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina has managed to accomplish the nearly impossible: a rare combination of a great bar...

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Šetalište Petra Kanavelića, 20260, Korčula, Croatia
What an amazing place to have a drink. But don't have too many. Remember you have to climb back down the ladder. The bar is on top of one of the turrets on the Korcula town wall. You have to climb a steep ladder through a small hatch to get to the...
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Ulica Marka Pola 2, 20260, Korčula, Croatia
We sailed into Korčula late in the afternoon with plenty of time to wander the narrow streets. While crisscrossing the old neighborhoods keep your eyes open for a glimpse into private gardens and ancient townhouses. In the evening be sure to grab...
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Žrnovo, Croatia
The shop is called Fresh and it's along the Sveti Nikola in Korcula. The proprietor is very generous and she has the best homemade goods to take home as gifts -- or to keep for yourself! We left with olive oil, grappa, capers, almonds, and...
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With hourly departures until 1 p.m., this 45-minute cruise runs along Korčula’s northern shores and out to the surrounding archipelago. Buy a ticket at Korkyra Info Office (4 Kralja Tomislava) and sail to islets like Vrnik, known for its stone...
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Catch a taxi at the Old Town’s main bus station and head to Korčula’s first organic wine producer for a taste of the island’s traditional wines. A century after the indigenous grape variety grk disappeared from Korčula, vintner...
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The local go-to spot for great food, Filippi is fast becoming Korčula’s signature gastronomic restaurant. The family-run eatery, designed around the slow food concept, serves the best of Mediterranean fare on a seafront terrace with spectacular...
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Ul. Hrvatske Bratske Zajednice, 20260, Korčula, Croatia
Pastry shop Cukarin on Korcula Island serves traditional local cakes such as this Klašun pastry with walnut and rose brandy filling. Yum!
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284, Stari Grad Budva, Kotor 85330, Montenegro
When you think of the Adriatic, what comes to mind? Many people will imagine the walled city of Dubrovnik, with its iconic terra-cotta roof tiles, but the region is filled with so many other interesting and beautiful destinations just waiting to...
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For some of the most gorgeous water in the world, visit the aquamarine bay of Dubrovnik, Croatia. Pack your camera and phone in a plastic baggie, and spend the afternoon kayaking around this stunning old fortified fort city.
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Ul. kneza Damjana Jude 1, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Dubrovnik Cathedral stands out among the almost 30 churches and chapels in the Old Town. The striking minimalism of its main altar accentuates the central painting, The Assumption of Mary, attributed to the Venetian Renaissance master Titian and...
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Tucked into the rocks off the walled center of Dubrovnik, The Bard offered locals and travelers a rocky but picturesque spot for a cool beverage and a platform for diving into the cool blue Adriatic below.
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Ul. od Sigurate 7, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
When in Dubrovnik you have to walk atop the city walls. Try to go all the way around, its well worth it and you will get a great workout. Every corner you turn offers fantastic views.
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Prijeko bb, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
As a gluten-intolerant eater and ‘selectarian’ exploring the Balkans (a region that favors pork, beef, and bread), I was ecstatic to dine at Nishta's Restaurant, which is in the heart of Dubrovnik's Old Town. My husband and I feasted upon the...
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Nestled in the heart of Dubrovnik's Old Town is D'vino Wine Bar. You'd be forgiven for passing right by this tiny bar without noticing it, but you may never forgive yourself for missing out. D'vino has wines from around the world, but specializes...
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Crijevićeva ul. 9, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
There’s no denying that Dubrovnik is a gem of a city – lots of things to do and see but, if you go any time starting in May, it can also be sweltering hot. The cool blue waters of the Adriatic Sea will look ever so inviting but there are the old...
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True, the ground may be a bit uneven, the sun may be shining brightly upon you and you just may have to endure friendly boaters waiving as they sail by, BUT it's a small price to pay for the experience and breathtaking view of practicing on the...
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2, Ul. Cvijete Zuzorić, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Named for avant-garde poet Cvijeta Zuzorić, Zuzori’s menu is built around the same premise as Cvijeta’s life: no compromise on the things you believe in. Food must be creative, ingredients fresh and the wine list enticing. Set down a...
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Dubrovnik’s star turn as King’s Landing in HBO’s Game of Thrones brought a new immediacy to the city’s historic sites. The infamous Season 5 “Walk of Shame” scene took place on the Jesuit Staircase that descends from Gundulic Square to St....
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Wandering the many alleyways of Dubrovnik, Croatia. Such a beautiful place!
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Mljet, Croatia
Mljet (pronounced Mee-yet) National Park is located on a stunningly beautiful island in the Adriatic off Croatia's Dalmatian Coast. The ancient Greek poet Homer mentions this island in the Odyssey, and according to legend Odysseus was marooned...
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Ul. Svetog Dominika bb, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
Perched on the City Walls, this restaurant hypnotizes diners with panoramic views of the harbor. The restaurant has an original take on Mediterranean dishes, such as sea bass roasted in cabbage leaf and drizzled with dill- and mint-flavored olive...
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Kotor, Montenegro
Walking through Kotor was like stepping back in time. This is the view of the hillside behind the town within the city walls.
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The views of Napoleon’s theater, City Clock tower and Rector’s Palace are nearly as good as the fantastic coffee and homemade cakes. Try the krempitas (vanilla slice) or the Montenegrin specialty Dobrotska Torta, made with eggs, almonds and cherry...
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Kotor, Montenegro
Just outside of the entrance to Kotor's old town is a bazaar that seems to have survived for an eternity. With mostly fruits, veges and fish on offer, if you walk halfway down the centre you'll come to a meat specialist who will let you taste his...
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The small museum’s collection of international cat-related memorabilia includes cat-themed postcards, comic and coins as well as photos of famous people with cats. It is guaranteed to amuse with its ‘good vibe, no politics’ philosophy. At the Cats...
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Try a variety of Montenegrin wines by the glass or opt for the five-wine tasting menu over a platter of local cheeses and Njegoš prosciutto. While the alfresco terrace is charming, the interior blends modern and traditional with nice touches such...
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Perast, Montenegro
Balanced on a natural reef, the monastery lies atop a tiny islet, just off shore from the legendary fishing port of Perast and is the final resting place of dozens of sea captains.
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Our Lady of the Rocks, Montenegro
Black mountains. Those mountains in the background are the source of the name, Montenegro. Here before me in the Bay of Kotor is the tiny, picture-perfect islet I’ve seen in literature, the very image that lured me to the place. And now, it’s...
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Built on a peninsula on the Dalmatian coast, the former Greek and Roman colony of Budva lies just 23 kilometer south of Kotor. Fortified in medieval times, today its lively maze of stone streets brims with shops, cafés and restaurants. Scenic boat...
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Gundulićeva poljana, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
You could expect no less than to find a bustling fish market in a seaside town. Explore the isles of this market that houses fishermen and farmers alike and watch the morning's catch being descaled right in front of you.
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Ul. od Puča 1, 20000, Dubrovnik, Croatia
This 18th-century hotel at the foot of the Stradun (the polished-limestone pedestrian thoroughfare in the heart of Dubrovnik’s Old Town) is set on a small square in close proximity to the city’s most famous sights and museums. Once...