About Hristo Y
Lives in Sliven, Bulgaria
Since Jan 2009
25-34 year old male
Born and raised in Bulgaria, having traveled around the world. Young entrepreneur, wine-lover, enthusiast for action, getting to know places and networking. Very positive, open-minded and welcoming.
Ancient Ruins, Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas
Ancient Ruins, Architectural Buildings, Lookouts
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Islands, National Parks
Historic Sites, Islands
Kayaking & Canoeing, Bike Tours, Hiking & Camping Tours
Bodies of Water
The city harbor is a very special and magnificent place to enjoy a walk, take some photos, and simply sit on a bench as you watch the world go by. The crystal clear seawater looks untouched, and it's stunningly beautiful.
The ancient city walls of Dubrovnik are part of the magnificent Old Town, and devoting enough time to exploring them properly, and taking plenty of photos as you do, is a must. You will find stunning panoramic views to the Adriatic sea, pretty towers, and a real feel for the history of this place.
The fort is a natural extension of the city walls in Dubrovnik. After the tough climb down numerous steps down to reach it, the inside of the fort is simple yet stunning, and the views over the Old Town from a different perspective are incomparable.
The fortress, which is also part of the City Walls, is well worth the climb up the endless steps - so be sure to come feeling fit and healthy for this visit! At the top - which is the highest point of the walls - you will find one of the most beautiful views towards Dubrovnik and the islands.
This is an adventurous and entertaining way to view Dubrovnik, the Adriatic, and the islands from above. The views are just breathtaking: On a clear day, You can see up to 60 kilometers away!
Mljet is the eighth largest island in Croatia. It boasts gorgeous landscapes, crystal clear water, a rich heritage, and the oldest National Park in the Adriatic. With such a range of diverse activities and sights available for visitors of all ages to enjoy, it's well worth planning a day trip here. The nature is really peaceful, the pristine shingle beaches are wonderfully enchanting, and the lakes just beg you to dive right in.
Located just 700 meters away from Dubrovnik's port, the island of Lokrum is one of the closest outdoor attractions to the Old Town, and is a great day-trip option. Covered in dark green vegetation, the island has great history to explore - including an impressive Benedictine Monastery and a fort - plus, it's full of peacocks, and is a very calm and pleasant place.
Take this Karaka replica boat cruise from the Old Town to experience beautiful views and feel like a sailor on a merchant ship back in the 16th century! The views of the coastline from an entirely different perspective, as well as the unique mode of transport, make this experience really worth it.
Boat trips that cover these three islands - Sipan, Lopud, and Kolocep, which were once the summer residence of the Dubrovnik aristocracy - leave frequently from Dubrovnik port. With wonderful small villages, and surrounded by crystal clear waters, these islands are simply gorgeous, and covered in lush Mediterranean and subtropical flora.
Sipan is the largest of the Elafiti Islands, known particularly for its cultivation of olives, almonds, and figs, among other yummy produce. It's a very peaceful and unspoiled destination, and a great place to explore independently - either by canoeing along the coastline, or by renting a bike to delve inland.
Take a day trip to this island, where you'll find numerous beaches waiting to be discovered, plenty of waterfront cafes to relax at, and some of the best diving and snorkeling opportunities in the region. It has a wonderful old town, full of friendly locals and cobblestone streets. Hire a guide, admire the pretty architecture, sample the food, and learn all about the history — you're bound to have an enjoyable visit.
If you're on the hunt for adventure then this is just for you! With extreme canoening, river tubing, rock climbing, stand-up paddleboarding, jeep safari, and paintball to choose from, Adventure Dalmatia has all your thrill seeking desires covered.
Just off the main road north of Ploce, these secluded natural lakes are an excellent destination for an off-the-beaten-path experience. Take a swim, rent a boat, fish, or try a paddle-surfing tour for a unique way to explore the surrounding area.
Take this scenic drive along the Adriatic coast to enjoy the stunning landscapes via car or bike, stopping to experience the little villages en route to Cavtat. This road boasts one of the most beautiful landscapes you can see in Croatia.