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Dubrovnik FOOD Story, www.dubrovnikfoodstory.com. Learn about local gastronomy on an Eat and Walk tour of Old Town Dubrovnik. Go out into the countryside, pick your own ingredients and cook local dishes. Check out the Pelješac region and try their famous oysters and wines. Or, if you're a Game of Thrones fan, enjoy a lunch inspired by the series.

Art Go'Den, Marijana Blaži?a 2 (Hilton Imperial Dubrovnik). Make sure to go home with a trendy accessory to remember your trip to Croatia by, such as a sophisticated silk tie or a scarf designed with a traditional Dubrovnik motif. Pick up a chic and classy men's or women's leather bag, as well as a passport case to help organise your future travels.

Kraš, Zamanjina 2, tel. 020 32 10 49, www.kras.hr. Open 08:00 - 20:00. During your visit, make sure to pick up a product made by one of Croatia's most favourite brands- Kraš. Established in 1911, they produce delicious Dorina chocolates, wafers, tea biscuits, Ki-Ki fruit toffees and Bananko, chocolate-coated bananas. As well, don't forget to try their most famous chocolate Bajadera, fine nougat chocolate combined with almonds.

Day Trips

Marco Polo Museum, Plokata 19.Travnja 1921 br.33, Kor?ula, www.marcopolo.com.hr. Did you know that Marco Polo was actually born on the island of Kor?ula? During your trip to this gorgeous island don't miss out on a visit to this interactive museum. Listen to an audio recording and collect a stamp at each station as you learn about the most important moments of Marco's fascinating life.

Pelješac Wine Road Make sure to take some time out for a drive down the Pelješac peninsula where you will find delicious wines to sample as you look out at the spectacular hilly landscape covered in grapevines. As an additional immersion experience, the locals will be more than happy to chat about producing their homemade products in this unforgettable environment.

Lastovo What is this small island so famous for? For taking the longest to get to, since it takes over four hours to get there. But, it's well worth the trip. Until 1989, it was a military base, so much of the island is left to explore. This undiscovered land is a great spot for a relaxing trip away from the world.

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