George Bernard Shaw called Dubrovnik “heaven on earth.” This angelic city on the Adriatic Sea certainly lives up to this billing. Pretty much the entire historic medieval part of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage site and its easy to see why. It is one of the most beautifully preserved medieval cites in the world. And HBO thinks so too as it chose this location for many of its Game of Thrones scenes in the fictional Kings Landing. Advertisements
After leaving Venice, Kongo visited Split (pronounced SPLIT — as in banana split) on the Dalmatian cost in Croatia. This is a very old city that was founded by the Roman Emperor Diocletian when he built his palace here in 305 A.D.