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Geography and climate in Dubrovnik

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Geography and climate

Dubrovnik is located in the southernmost region of Croatia, in the valley of the Neretva River, which is separated from other parts of Croatia by the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The city is surrounded by the Elaphite Islands: Lopud, Sipan, Kolocep and others, as well as islands such as Lokrum and Mljet. There is an international airport 22 kilometers from the city, which accepts flights from Moscow.

Local time is two hours behind Moscow.

The climate in Dubrovnik is Mediterranean and mild. In winter, the average temperature is about +10 ° C, in summer: + 23 ... + 26 ° C. There are about 250 sunny days a year. The swimming season lasts 5 months - from May to October. The water temperature at this time is about +23 ° C


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