Declared as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, this stone city surrounded by medieval walls is definitely worth a visit
Located at the foot of the mountains, the medieval town of Dubrovnik is probably the most known destination in Croatia. The atmosphere created by the Baroque planners can still be felt today, with amazing gardens full of colourful bougainvillea and oleanders.
Dubrovnik is worth a visit at any time of year, although spring and summer bring out the best in the city. Be warned though: Dubrovnik’s popularity with cruise liners can lead to big crowds during the day.
Whether you choose to do the circuit of the city walls or stroll around the Old Town, you will find it hard to leave this beautiful city.
Spectacular views over the old town and the Adriatic from the City Walls & Forts - one of the best preserved fortifications in Europe
Cathedral of the Assumption – 7th century basilica rebuilt in an imposing Baroque style
Stradun – the city's main open-air public space and biggest shopping area with beautiful streets
Try the local specialties, shellfish or scampi soup with black truffles
Taste Croatia’s finest wines at Dubrovnik’s first wine bar “D’vino”
Listen to live outdoor jazz at “Troubadour” a traditional bar located in the Old Town
Go sea kayaking – Dubrovnik’s signature outdoor activity