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The Croatian city of Dubrovnik has been named by British broadcaster BBC amongst the world's top 5 most affordable cities that should be visited.
The recommendations were part of the BBC's travel section and apart from Dubrovnik, included Dharamsala in India, Porto in Portugal, Guilin in China and Valparaiso in Chile.
The BBC describes Dubrovnik as "a gorgeous perch on the Adriatic Sea" renowned for "having a vibrant nightlife".
"Listed as a Unesco World Heritage site thanks to its stunning Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, where in-the-know European tourists eat well and party till dawn. The main strip, is full of cafes, and locals gather at the Gunduliceva Poljana market to shop. Eat at the local favourite Lokando Peskarija, a little fish house right on the port serving just-caught seafood dishes, like black cuttlefish risotto with prawns. Stay at the Hotel Adria, which sits outside the historic district and features sleek architecture and minimalist rooms with sweeping views of the harbour," wrote the BBC.
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