Last year, I was invited to stay at the Villa Dubrovnik in Croatia’s charming city of the same name. What a perfect summer weekend it was – the weather perfect, the food incredible and the hotel a dream.
Of course, the town is undeniably one of the most atmospheric in Europe. As you walk through the gates of the walled, terra-cotta city, you can’t escape the feeling of being whisked back in time. Its 15th C self has been perfectly preserved and its position, smack down on the Adriatic, has been making it a tourist sight for the past 600 years.
Although, now it feels as if the Game of Thrones has claimed its hold on the city, Dubrovnik was owned for a short time by the Venetians (yay!) […]