Dubrovnik is a Croatian walled city on the Adriatic Sea. In the Middle Ages, Dubrovnik challenged Venice for the maritime trade. Today, it is visited yearly by thousands of tourists, many of them sailing on Eastern Mediterranean ocean cruises.
It is called “the Pearl of the Adriatic”, and the damage it suffered in 1991 during the wars that raged during the breakup of Yugoslavia has been completely repaired.
It is possible to walk on top of the wall encircling the city, and you would be rewarded to breathtaking views of the town and the Adriatic Sea.