Although summer is still in full swing, with the superb (warm) weather is expected to continue, discover why autumn is one of the best times to visit Dubrovnik. It’s a little cooler than summer, but it’s a great time to explore the city, discover local cuisine, swim in the warm Adriatic, or simply relax at a luxury resort. Autumn also brings with it cultural festivals and a focus on Dubrovnik’s outstanding gourmet offer, with the Dubrovnik Good Food Festival a recent addition to the city’s calendar, which has proved very popular since its introduction.
Croatian wine (vino) and its production on the southern Dalmatian coast may be traced back over 2,500 years to the ancient Greek settlements on the Croatian islands of Vis,
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