When we first booked our honeymoon cruise through the Mediterranean, the one stop I was least excited about was Dubrovnik, Croatia. Mostly because I wasn't at all familiar with this city (in the same way everyone knows of Rome or Athens).
My, how things can change. Presently, Dubrovnik is now the port I am most looking forward to. Dubrovnik looks like an amazing little town, with scenic views and charming streets. The above image is from Restaurant Nautika, aka "I want to go to there." I can totally imagine us sitting at that little corner table in the sun, sipping on wine and me turning my nose up at the all seafood menu. I'm a charming travel companion.
I'm not completely sure where the above picture was taken, but I'm assuming it's Old Town, the more tourist-y area of Dubrovnik. Old Town is surrounded by fortress-type walls, and for about $10 you can go up and walk around the city walls. THAT'S DOPE.
Mr. BFT did some research and found this bar called Buza:
I also recently came across this wedding in Dubrovnik. I will be on a mission to find this little niche. And then spend the rest of my life there.
Have you been to Dubrovik? Where should we go / what should we do during our day there?
Photo 1: Boat International // Photo 2: The Flower Shop // Photo 3: Everyday Scandi // Photo 4: BridalTweet