Introducing Dubrovnik

It’s hard not to fall in love with the city of Dubrovnik. As one of the most popular destinations in Croatia, it’s alive with a great atmosphere all year round and the crowd is a pleasing mix of locals and visitors from around the world, giving the city a cool, chic cosmopolitan feel. With something to suit everyone – from history and Renaissance or Baroque architecture, glorious beaches and island excursions to authentic basement restaurants and wine tasting – Dubrovnik is a charming city bursting with things to see and do. And there are fewer places in Europe quite as scenic or picturesque; from the incredible walled Old Town area to the impossibly blue waters of the Adriatic, beauty comes as standard wherever you go in Dubrovnik.

Highlights of Dubrovnik

Walls of Dubrovnik
This Walls of Dubrovnik are not to be missed; encircling the Old Town area which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is often named “the pearl of the Adriatic”, this area is simply a must-see sight!
Dubrovnik Harbour
Take a stroll around the beautiful harbour of the city and make sure you come back for the sunset and to see the harbour lit up at night.
Elafiti Islands
From Dubrovnik, you can explore the Elafiti Islands. These islands include the popular islands of Lopud, Sipan and Kolocep and there are tours leaving the harbour daily.
Make time to explore Dubrovnik’s main high street, Stradun. It boasts beautiful traditional architecture and it’s got some great places to eat and drink.

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