In Dubrovnik, I stared, I gawked, and I got lost in its beauty. With so many stunning churches, palaces and buildings filled with so much history — I was left in awe. This was how I spent my 3 days in the city.
Lokrum island makes a lovely day trip out of the city. From monasteries and forts, natural wonders and the sea, and a wealth of history — there is so much to explore in this small island.
Imagine a sea of orange-roofed buildings, the endless blue ocean, and white-stone paths that curve along steep cliffs. These are views from the old Dubrovnik walls, and this was my walk around it.
Here’s a list of the top 10 things to do in a city that has beautifully rebuilt itself after a war that completely destroyed it. Mostar is gorgeous and charming, and oh so enchanting.
I have always been fascinated by the rustic beauty of Herzegovina — just imagine gorgeous landscapes of emerald rivers and rugged mountains dotted by centuries-old fortresses and ruins. Yes, that is Herzegovina.
Between visiting the sites and attractions in and out of Sarajevo’s old town, I had to make sure I had enough time to sample all the delicious Bosnian dishes. I definitely ate more than I should, and here’s my list of Sarajevo’s must-eats!