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[PHOTOS] Dubrovnik’s Unique Bar in a Cave

Cave Bar More

Cave Bar More

If you are looking for a unique spot to enjoy some drinks whilst in Croatia then it is worth checking out Cave bar More in Dubrovnik…

Cave bar More, which has featured in a number of the ‘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.

Cave bar More can accommodate up to 60 guests at a time and is just a stone’s throw from the sea offering some truly stunning views. It has also become a popular place for special functions and weddings since it opened. Patrons can can gain entrance to Cave bar More along the cliff path walk from Lapad Beach.


Check out more about Cave bar More on their official website.

(photos: Cave Bar More)

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