- Europe in autumn is Europe at its finest – writes Condé Nast Traveler in one of its recent Facebook posts with a link to the article Europe in the Fall: The Must-Visit Destinations. Even though it’s not a new article, it’s still useful, especially if you know that Dubrovnik is at the first place of the list.
- With temperatures in the 65-degree range, you will hardly need more than a jacket in the fall, and the sea is likely still warm enough for swimming. The city is a cultural treasure trove, too, especially the Old Town with its baroque churches and aristocratic palaces, and this season also brings classical music and food festivals – writes Condé Nast Traveler.
And what’s more to add? Autumn is really the perfect season for all those that want to avoid the crowds but still enjoy all the beauties of the City. This year weather was just perfect, with just couple of rainy days. Let’s take today for an example: clear blue skies, sun is shining and temperature is around 20 °C. Perfect for sightseeing, island-hopping and even swimming if you are brave enough.