Studio apartment with terrace for rent, Dubrovnik: This deluxe studio apartment is located just a few steps from Stradun – the main street in the Old Town of Dubrovnik. The apartment is perfect for a couple, a family or group of friends up to 4 looking for quality lodging, modern decor and a convenient location.
The apartment is on the 4th floor of a typical Dubrovnik stone house with a magnificent terrace on the top overlooking Dubrovnik. The studio apartment has a surface area of 80 square meters which includes a sleeping area with a king-sized bed 2.00 x 2.00 m, a living area with a pullout sofa for two people and a kitchen with a table for four. The apartment also has a bathroom with a shower and toilette, as well as all the necessary equipment such as a fridge, a freezer, a microwave oven and a kettle.
Besides its location and interior, the apartment also has special value due to its technical equipment which includes a LCD television, a cable TV, free wireless internet, heating and air conditioning.
The highlight of the apartment is its 25 square meters roof terrace that offers a fantastic view over the roofs of the historic center with their traditional, handmade, red roof tiles. The terrace is equipped with table for four, four chairs and umbrella.
Apartment is charming, chic, luxurious and relaxing and it is a perfect match for those seeking a quality holiday home in Dubrovnik.
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The walled city of Dubrovnik was described by George Bernard Shaw as “paradise on earth”. The old city is a protected UNESCO World Heritage Site and is surrounded by spectacular fortified walls up to 25m high and 6m thick. Founded in the 7th century on a rocky island called Laus, it later became known as Ragusa. The Venetians gained control of the city at the beginning of the 13th century but, by the end of the 14th century, Dubrovnik had essentially become an independent city state and had established a lucrative trading position with the Ottoman Empire. In 1815 it was handed over to the Austrians by order of the Congress of Vienna and incorporated into the province of Dalmatia.
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