Dubrovnik to Graz

In addition to six universities, the second largest city in Austria can boast a UNESCO World Heritage Site — the Alstadt von Gratz, also know as ‘The Old Town’.

From Dubrovnik A pearl of the Adriatic

Dubrovnik lies in the heart of Europe on the Adriatic and is often referred to as Croatia’s most beautiful town. The breathtaking views of the pristine, crystal-clear Adriatic Sea is reason enough to pay this town a visit. An impressive Middle Age city wall surrounds the entire city. The 1970 meters of white stone dates back to the 11th century and served to protect Dubrovnik from threats. Today visitors can explore the ancient city walls for themselves. The city’s pedestrianized old town has narrow stone walkways and features a stunning amount of architecture including: churches, monasteries, museums, and fountains. There is also a vast amount of livelihood, with many seafood restaurants and cafes and bars featuring live music. The Dubrovnik cable car takes visitors to the top of Srd hill for a fantastic view of the old town and the Adriatic Sea. On a clear day, you can see up to 60km away.

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Arboretum Trsteno

An Ancient Verdant Escape

Rizman Winery

Dalmatia's Liquid Gold

Trogir

The Stone Beauty

Sibenik

The oldest gem in the Adriatic

Krka National Park

Home to seven waterfalls

Ptuj

Seeing Red

To Graz The friendliest old town anywhere

Graz is often overlooked as most visitors head for Vienna, but makes an ideal destination for a stop by, particularly with the abundance of attractions on offer in the Old Town, where everything is located close together and easily manageable. Escape from reality by wandering the well-kept cobblestones of the pedestrianized streets packed with secret courtyards and alleyways that belong to another world. The food stalls tease the senses with delicious smells while the colorful restaurants and cafes all contribute to the atmosphere of an ancient quarter alive with modern-day people. Known for its friendliness and hospitality, there are few places in Europe that can rival the Old Town in full swing. Graz doesn’t feel like a typical tourist destination as the Old Town is transformed by both visitors and locals to generate a pulsating, vibrant, and historical experience that few cities of this size can equal.

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