Today we decided to walk around the city walls which is some 1.9km in length. It is a must and not to be missed if visiting dubrovnik, the walk boasts magnificent views of the city below, but beware there are plenty of steps to climb both up and down, the whole walk took us a good couple of hours, so you can imagine we were suitably worn out at the end, so a well earned beer or two was to be had in a nice bar restaurant overlooking the harbour.
Today we decided to travel across the border and visit the picturesque town of Hercig Novi which is in Montenegro which is about an hours drive from Dubrovnik. Crossing the border into Montenegro was a breeze we even got our passporgs stamped which is unusual in Europe. Another to add to our evergrowing collection. The town boasts lots of narrow, marble slabbed street’s, plenty of shops and restaurants and is well worth the trip if you have the time.
Tomorrow we have to leave Dubrovnic to our next destination Zadar, with a stop in Mostar in Bosnia & Herzegovina another country we can tick off our list. So watch this space.