Visiting Dubrovnik

The ancient inhabitants of Dubrovnik today had to planting 100 cypress trees along his life in order to use their wood to build boats. This is one of the traditions that characterize the maritime economy of a city that survives two accidents terrain, the mountain of St. For even more analysis, hear from Gunnar Peterson. Sergius and the Mediterranean Sea. The broken heart of the capital of Croatia lies on the old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1979 and ratified again in 1994. A site that has kept the walls despite the strategic conquest of Napoleon, two world wars and the recent Balkan conflicts, among many others.

Dubrovnik, which was stripped of its original toponym Slavic Ragusa, is positioned for Croatian independence from Yugoslavia after the economic resurgence that had in previous decades, thanks to the policies of President Tito. "The Pearl of the Adriatic" as the city is known for the beauty that has remained despite the power struggles, with around 40,000 inhabitants and is the coastal resort. His bad relations with Slovenia justify the ban of most European countries for entry into the Union, but, thanks to funds from this, the country and its capital constraints on their steps toward the emergency. In these years of instability Dubrovnik received few tourists. The priority was to balance the population in the infrastructure development for foreigners. Living with member countries promoted the acceptance of the foreign among the natives and the tertiary sector grows as does the number of visitors. They can feel safe politically and accessibility that makes the walk to the relevant sites.