Best time to go to Slano

The Dubrovnik region starts heating up from May onwards, when the mercury rises from around 20°C, to a peak of about 30°C in August. In fact, it’s still toasty in September, when the high season has wrapped up. If you’re more of an early bird, you’ll still get plenty of blue-sky days in April, although it’s a little chilly for a dip in the Adriatic.

Passports and Visas

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Health and safety

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Further Reading

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