I spent much of my time in Dubrovnik just wandering around the streets. I spent hours some days just walking around which is impressive given that you can walk across the old city in 10 minutes.
I thought I would share some of my favourite photos of the less visited alleys of Dubrovnik.
This beautiful building is also home to a memorial dedicated to those who fought and died defending Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik is home to lots of cats and kittens
Steep steps in Dubrovnik. They are everywhere and are a natural barrier to keep most tourists away.
Part of St. Dominics Street – famous in Game of Thrones for that naked Walk of Shame
i love this doorway, round the cirner from the entrance to St. Domincics Monastery
Mile after mike of empty and characterful lanes and alleys
I admit, someyimes i thought to mysel ‘Noooo, not more steps’ but after Kotor, this is nothing.
There are several higgledy-piggedly tunnels and bridges with buildings on top throughout the side-streets.
Because it’s there
St. Andrews Church, closed posdibly for refurbishment
I’m not sure how I ended here. I was just looking around, trying to get into the church above and could here building work. The sign above the door says “This is not a public toilet. If you Sh!t here, we will find you” All a little strange and eerie.
It turns out men were working on the sea facing city walls but ut was all reminding me too much of the film “Hostel” so i beat a retreat.
For those who watch Game of Thrones, I don’t want to spoil the ending but i think there is sonething you should know.