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Dubrovnik 2nd Must-Visit Fall Destination Says Condé Nast Traveller

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Dubrovnik has come in 2nd on a list of The Must-Visit Destinations in the fall in Europe by Condé Nast Traveller, the world’s leading travel magazine…

Dubrovnik was only topped by Paris on the list of the places in Europe which are ‘must-visits’ in autumn.

“With temperatures in the 65-degree range, you will hardly need more than a jacket in the fall, and the sea is likely still warm enough for swimming. The city is a cultural treasure trove, too, especially the Old Town with its baroque churches and aristocratic palaces, and this season also brings classical music and food festivals”, wrote Condé Nast.

Berlin, Lisbon, Prague and Bruges were also included on the list. Check out the Top 10 places here.

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