Dubrovnik area

The city of Dubrovnik is at UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites and is definitely a magical holiday destination in it’s the Mediterranean especially famous for it’s Old Town because its unique architecture which is the mixture of Gothic and Renaissance style.

Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Jonathan Smith.Unsplash
Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Jonathan Smith.Unsplash
Croatian-attractions-Dubrovnik, photo credit by Croatian Attractions
Croatian-attractions-Dubrovnik, photo credit by Croatian Attractions

When you go to Croatia – you must go to Dubrovnik 

There are a lot of stunning monuments and buildings like Rector palace, Sponza palace, Franciscan church and monastery, Cathedral with relics of St. Blaise, third open European pharmacy, and much more that makes city’s old tradition more attractive. All streets in the city are perpendicular to each other.

Dubrovnik is a walled city under UNESCO protection and will take your breath away so you shouldn’t miss walking to Ancient City Walls to experience a beautiful view of the city. The city offers you a variety of beaches to relax and has a large selection of restaurants and cafes to suit all tastes offering gastronomic specialties popular for this region and all kinds of versions.

Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Ivan Vuković Vuka
Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Ivan Vuković Vuka
Dubrovnik, Croatia, Photo by Inera Isovic on Unsplash
Dubrovnik, Croatia, Photo by Inera Isovic on Unsplash

There are a lot of happenings in the city during the summer like summer festivals, exhibitions, open-air concerts so you’ll surely find something suitable for you. Tourists agree that it is a sensational city due to its amazing nature, beautiful appearance of the city, and cultural scene.

Enjoy Dubrovnik!

Royal Blue_Rooftop pool, photo credit by Royal hotels and Resort, Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Peljesac wine museum

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Dubrovnik, The Cathedral, photo by Ivo Biocina, photo credit Croatian Tourist board

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Whose head did Dubrovnik save? Richard the Lionheart!

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Dubrovnik, Croatia, photo by Ivan Vuković Vuka

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Traditional silk production in Konavle

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