How to get free wi-fi in Dubrovnik

A number of people have reported having problems with their phones while travelling to Dubrovnižn and other nearby regions of Croatia.

Dubrovnik has been declared an official wi-freenode by Google, which is enabling the use of a free wi­fi network in most areas.

Dublin-based mobile phone operator Digitel has confirmed that it has been providing free wi‑fi in many areas of the city, but not all, for a number of weeks.

Dubravnik is home to the largest concentration of refugees in Europe.

Around 100,000 refugees from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia have been living in the city since Croatia was formed in 1991.

Dublevnik is currently one of the most dangerous cities in the world, according to a 2016 report by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees.

In 2015, more than 10,000 migrants were killed in the Croatian city of Vukovar, after the arrival of thousands of migrants fleeing conflict in neighbouring Serbia.

Dubljeski was one of Croatia’s largest cities, which was built in the 1980s to house the country’s national football team.