The Daily Telegraph continues their love affair with Croatia in their latest travel list…
More recognition for Croatia and Dubrovnik as the famous city street “Stradun” was named as one of the “25 incredible streets you must visit before you die” by The Daily Telegraph on February 23, 2017.
On the list, travel writer Soo Kim picks streets around the world she considers to be “quirky and spectacular”, and amongst the globally popular Champs-Elysees in Paris, Broadway and Times Square in New York, and Portobello Road in London, Durbovnik’s Stradun found its way onto the list nicely.
The Telegraph writes that despite the crowds, a walk down Stradun is a must – especially if you’re a Game of Thrones fan.
The Telegraph Dubrovnik expert, Jane Foster, added:
“Most of the top attractions in Dubrovnik are concentrated in the car-free old town, within the medieval walls. Two monumental arched gates, Pile (to the west) and Ploče (to the east), serve as entrances to the old town, and they are joined by the main thoroughfare, Stradun (aka Placa). Off each side of Stradun lies a grid of narrow alleys (some involving steep stone steps), harbouring countless cafés, restaurants and apartments to rent.”
You can read the full list of the 25 must-see streets around the world here.