It’s outside the city walls, overlooking the Adriatic Sea and Italy. You walk behind St. Blaise church, past bar Hemingway and the Cathedral, up the Spanish Steps (yes, Dubrovnik also has some, like Rome), towards the Jesuit Church of St. Ignatius Loyola and then you creep in at some narrow street near the walls.
Saint Blaise Church
The Spanish Steps
Jesuit Church of St. Ignatius Loyola
At that point you’ll come across this sign and then you’re out of the walls.
An amazing joint, on the rocks outside the walls, with an incredible view.
I am sure it’s much better at night, but we didn’t go back – we had other plans for our fourth night in the city.
More about that, further down.
What a kill-joy this garlic! I really despise it!
Unfortunately, we did not manage to walk on top of the city walls because my foot had still not healed after that fall during the 1st Day of the trip. But you should definitely go up. They say the view is unique.
The City Walls
Great Onofrio's Fountain
The little port
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