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Dubrovnik Festival or Korcula?

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Is the Dubronik festival worth seeing? I have a dilimna! I just found out the Dubrovnik Festival is happening during the time we will be in Croatia! However, we had only plan on staying in Dubrovnik for 3 days, then going to Korcula. In order to make it to the festival, I have to extend my stay in Dubrovnik by 4 days, making us miss Korcula. I already booked the hotels, and sent the deposit for 2 places, so can't change the itinarary. Thoughts on whether I should stay in Dubronik longer to see the festival or go to Korcula?

Dubrovnik Summer Festival - Info
Date July 2014 - August 2014
The 63th Festival will include more than 80 theatre, music, dance and film programs taking place in churches, fortresses, squares and streets of Dubrovnik. It is the city's premier festival sees a myriad of cultural events grace arts venues and temporary venues throughout the city. Music, theatre, dance and folklore are the cornerstones of a summer of cultural excellence. The Dubrovnik Summer Festival has being going strong since 1950 and is the largest and most celebrated cultural event in Croatia. An all-star line-up of international performers and an ever-increasing number of visitors are drawn to the unique combination of indoor and outdoor venues in this fabulous Renaissance Baroque city.

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