If you’re headed to Croatia’s most popular destinations, then these 10 budget friendly Airbnbs in Dubrovnik will be well suited. Dubrovnik is also known as the pearl of the Adriatic and it certainly is. After spending five nights, I can see just why it’s so popular.
Situated on the ocean with a walled city, the location can’t be beat. Whether you opt to be within the city walls or just outside, there’s plenty to do. We loved staying in an Airbnb during our stay as we could cook when we needed to and we had a ton more room. It was the perfect amount of space for our time in Dubrovnik and we loved having a local’s feel to the time.
Deciding on whether or not to stay within the walls depends entirely on the experience you’d like. The one perk to being within the walls is that you can walk to everything. The con is that trekking in luggage can be pain (some of the streets are very steep!) and it has the potential to be loud. If you stay outside of the city, the perks are often more space for your dollar and a quieter area.
You can take a peak at my Ultimate Dubrovnik Guide for some recommendations on where to go and eat. If you need help on creating an itinerary, take a look at the First-Timer’s 10 Day Itinerary to Croatia. Here’s 10 budget friendly Airbnbs in Dubrovnik for your stay!
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10 Budget Friendly Airbnbs in Dubrovnik
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