Wander the bustling boutiques, markets and bars; savour freshly caught seafood while gazing out to sea at sunset; walk along the iconic walls, or take a cable car up to Mount Srđ for the most spectacular views of Dubrovnik. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Old Town and its towering walls rise above the 13th-century main street that literally sparkles in the sun. No wonder so many consider Dubrovnik to be such a precious gem. In fact, the origins of the Croatian language and its classic literature can be traced back here, and the city remains an epicentre of culture, art, music and science. All this surrounded by a brilliant-blue seascape, charming beaches and idyllic islands.
Discover Dubrovnik’s history at your own pace. We think these sights are “a must” on a walking tour.View more
Take a Cable Car panoramic ride over the Old Town, where on even the rainiest of days, take in all the hues of utterly beautiful scenery.View more
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Dubrovnik’s reputation as the city of culture, art and music is even more enhanced by the stunning, world-famous Dubrovnik Summer Festival.View more
The goldsmith's craft is one of the oldest crafts in Dubrovnik. Hunting for exactly the right piece to buy as a keepsake, locating just the right store, in the right hidden alley, is a very special part of the experience. Good luck with your search.View more
Founded in 1317 along with the monastery it is one of the oldest in this part of the world, and it still produces cold-pressed soaps and creams prepared from natural ingredients.