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Have a picnic on top of the Srđ mountain in Dubrovnik

There is a nice restaurant on top of the the Mount Srd but a picnic is much more romantic!

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Have a picnic on top of the Srđ mountain

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Place: Srđ mountain in Dubrovnik, Croatia

Climb to the top of the Mount Srd and have a picnic under the pines on the rocks with the best view of the Adriatic Sea which is only possible. The endless blue sea, numerous green islands and huge white ships - you should agree that it's a very romantic spectacle.

You should take warm clothes with you (after sunset it can be cool and windy) and Croatian national goodies: olives, cheese and local beer.

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Srđ mountain
Srđ mountain#4 of 22 places to visit in Dubrovnik

413 meters high mountain offers bird's-eye views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic coast. There are two viewpoints, Civil War Museum, a restaurant and an amphitheater here.

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