"If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik"wrote
George Bernard Shaw. Known as the pearl of the Adriatic, it has been
chosen as a Unesco World Heritage Site and is one of the best-preserved
fortified mediaeval cities in the whole of the Mediterranean.
The Dalmatian coastline stands at the crossroads of the South-Eastern
Mediterranean and Northern Europe. The Ancient Romans established a
stronghold in the region and in the 3rd century A.D. the city of Salona
was to become the birthplace of one of the last great Emperors,
Diocletian. He abdicated following his ruthless persecution of the
Christians, returning to his homeland, where he built a vast, opulent palace, giving rise to the city of Split. Discover, understand and appreciate the fascinating cities of Dubrovnik and Split with our walking tours and audio-guides.
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3 audio walks to discover at your own pace two beautiful cities of Croatia : Split and Dubrovnik. Each walk lasts between 1 and 2 hours and a half. But of course, you
may bypass the chapters and places you are not interested in.
Our Audio walks in Croatia Visit Split and Dubrovnik at your own pace