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New York Times: Dubrovnik No Longer Best Kept Secret

One of the most read newspapers in the world, the New York Times have published a report on Dubrovnik titled “36 hours in Dubrovnik”, where its travel journalist, who spent time in the southern Dalmatian city this summer, praises its beauty and recommends hotels Excelsior, Bellevue and Dubrovnik Palace to its readers.

“Dubrovnik is no longer the best kept secret”, says the New York Times, before continuing to say; “Dubrovnik is filled with tourists in the summer but if you come in the fall you will understand why it is so popular”.

The report was published in Thursday’s online edition of the New York Times, which has over 25 million individual visits per month, and it will be in Sunday’s print edition, reported website Tportal.

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