November began in Dubrovnik for us, where we rented a small apartment in the old town, the heart of Dubrovnik. We really enjoyed it and the weather was perfect, like a Swedish summer. I love medieval architecture and Dubrovnik is just that, but with all aspects of modern life. So we walked a lot and even went up to the mountain above, making a cable car trip up there. Being with a baby it’s a must to have a baby carrier, because a stroller won’t get you anywhere and just be in the way.
The food is good and we found one vegetarian/vegan restaurant called Nishta. They had all the goodies and healthy alternatives. Since all restaurants are expensive in Dubrovnik, compared to other places in the region, we were glad to get a full veggie investment. On the other hand, there is a market and mini markets where you can buy fresh food an make it back in the apartment. For one thing it’s cheaper and on the other hand, most of the restaurant food is not interesting. Remember that anything you want to do in Dubrovnik, like going on the wall, entering a museum costs, so be prepared. We did the wall walking, since it was good weather and my third visit so it was time for it. Everything is better off season, as you don’t get the enormous tourist crowds swarming around.
Here’s a video and some photos from the visit