Dubrovnik city walls

If you are looking for a holiday that is more just lazing by the pool here is the inspiration for your next trip. While you are traveling think about inspiring places where you can rest, but learn and see something new as well. That is why holidayhipermarket.co.uk encourages you to visit Greece and Santorini island. Also known as the Pompeii of the Aegean, due to the fact it was buried by volcanic ash, the earliest evidence of any civilization in this Greek city has been traced back to the fifth millennium BC.
This everlasting city has been excavated since 1967, allowing visitors to enjoy these ruins. It is also supposedly the inspiration for Plato’s Atlantis.
You can also visit The Riviera Maya region of Mexico that has as some wonderful hotels to stay in, but if you can tear yourself away from the poolside, we would recommend this once in a lifetime experience of diving in the Cenotes.
‘The underwater caves and caverns that make up the Cenotes cater to every level of diver so whether you’re a first-timer, or you’re at an advanced level, everyone can experience this mesmerizing dive,’ they say. There is also Cappadocia in Turkey and Cuba. But one place is more interesting that the others – Dubrovnik, Croatia.
‘These medieval walls encircle most of the city and were built as defense before the seventh century. They are known to be one of the greatest fortification systems of the Middle Ages, as no army tried to rupture them, not only did they keep Dubrovnik safe, but also preserved this magnificent fort. It is a long walk that involves many steps, but the views from the top are fantastic’.
In Dubrovnik, there’s no rush so you can stop and enjoy the moment and maybe enjoy a beverage in one of the cafes and bars on the way wrote holidayhipermarket.

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