The Cathedral of St. James is the main tourist site in Šibenik, Croatia, and for good reason–it’s a UNESCO World Heritage site in the center of the old city and a crazy cool blend of architectural influences.
Here are more photos from our Dubrovnik trip…I love a lot of these because I think they really give you a feel for how the castle walls envelope the entire city. There are a few shots of the walls from walking them, but also from way above the city–you can ride a gondola to observation decks […]
Where to start with Dubrovnik? It is such an amazing place. Incredibly beautiful beaches, crystal clear turquoise water, a massive old city surrounded by huge castle walls…the list goes on. We only spent three days here, but I would’ve happily stayed for a much longer time and am already dreaming of going back!
Here are the rest of our Split photos…I’m super impressed with us for condensing them into two posts considering we started out with a ridiculous number between the two of us. The first photo is from Diocletian’s Palace, which is actually a huge area within the old city of Split and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. […]