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A month in Dubrovnik?

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I will be in Europe this fall and have an opportunity to spend a month in one place, exploring at leisure and taking photos. I am thinking of renting an apartment in Dubrovnik for that month and using that as a jumping-off place to visit other parts of the country, especially the coast and islands.

A couple of questions: 1) This will be in November. I've looked at the weather for that month and it looks like it could be rainy. That's not a deal-breaker for me - I live in New England so I'm used to that - but will it be depressingly gloomy? 2) I'm not looking to be constantly entertained, since I'm trying to be more of a resident, however short-term it is, than a tourist, but is there enough in the area to keep me exploring for a month?

Thank you for any feedback you can give.

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