In the Adriatic Sea and with a population that does not reach the 45,000 inhabitants, Dubrovnik is presented as a great tourist destination that focuses its strengths in its walls, the old town, with its steep streets and its great history. Marks the 20th anniversary of the vote of the citizens who made that Dubrovnik will become part of Croatia and bombings carried out by Serbs and Montenegrins in order to prevent its independence from Yugoslavia. Luckily, today they are more tranquil times and we talk about a city with a special charm. Its main street called Stradun is a route of great beauty with nice terraces from which enjoy going and coming from the crowd of tourists who usually visit the place, almost always on foot, since its Center is almost pedestrian which makes trips between its streets are especially welcome. To visit Dubrovnik must not leave under any circumstances escape through its narrow and steep streets, many of which will take us to places that will remain engraved in our memory for many years by its great beauty. Moreover in some of these places are small restaurant and cheap hotels of great charm. Accessing the wall can get spectacular views of the red roofs that characterize the city and will help us to understand the history of this city and because it was declared world heritage by the Unesco in 1979. Nor should we forget that you as a coastal city, we have at our disposal some small but pleasant beaches and its famous old Bay, as a small Marina.