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Croatian Bar Makes 50 Incredible Bars you Should Drink at in your Lifetime List

Cave Bar More (photo credit: Cave Bar)

Cave Bar More (photo credit: Cave Bar)

One of Britain’s leading online newspapers, The Independent, have included one Croatian bar in its recent list of 50 incredible bars you should drink at in your lifetime…

The Independent have searched the globe for bars with epic views, history, or iconic cocktails, and have compiled a list last week of 50 incredible bars you should drink at in your lifetime. On the list is the world’s oldest bar, a bar in a tree in South Africa and Cave Bar at Dubrovnik’s Hotel More.

“Cave Bar sits inside an awe-inspiring natural cavern with multi-colored lighting that makes the natural environment seem like a fantastical escape. Outside, you can enjoy your drink with views of the Adriatic Sea”, writes The Independent.

Cave bar More, which has also featured on a number of other Best Bars in the World lists, is situated in a natural cave split into 3 levels beneath hotel More in Lapad, just outside of Dubrovnik.

The cave was discovered only when the construction of the hotel started and the hotel’s owner decided it would be a great idea then to incorporate it in to the complex and make it a unique spot to chill out and have drinks. Cave Bar More was voted one of the 6 world’s best subterranean bars by CNN.

Check out the other bars which made the 50 incredible bars you should drink at in your lifetime list here.


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