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Unlock the magic of Dubrovnik

Set inside ancient city walls next to the calm blue Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a sophisticated and beautiful city. Take a tour to discover its stunning Old Town, Baroque architecture and streets of marble filled with Mediterranean sun and gorgeous seafood.

Attractions in Dubrovnik

Pile Gate
The grand entrance to Dubrovnik's old town, complete with drawbridge and Renaissance arch.
Stradun
Iconic limestone-paved Stradun is the main thoroughfare through Dubrovnik's old town.
Dubrovnik Cathedral
This Baroque Roman Catholic cathedral was rebuilt after the 1667 earthquake on a site of worship that dates back to the 7th century.
Walls of Dubrovnik
The imposing defensive walls of Dubrovnik guarded the freedom of a sophisticated republic for five centuries.
Rector's Palace
This secular palace is a harmonious combination of Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance architecture.
Lokrum
A picturesque island only 600 metres off Dubrovnik's coast, featuring a deserted Benedictine monastery and botanical garden.
St Saviour Church
A plain but fascinating church, one of the few Renaissance survivors of the terrible 1667 earthquake.
Fort St John
A key part of the city's old port defence system, this fort now hosts an Adriatic aquarium and maritime museum.
Onofrio's Fountains
These lovely 15th century fountains were once vital water sources for the townspeople.
Mount Srd
A 412 metre summit overlooking the city, accessed by cable-car and offering fantastic views.
Lovrijenac Fort
Known as 'Dubrovnik's Gibraltar,' this stunning fort is also used as a theatre.
Lokrum Benedictine Monastery
An atmospheric ruin, this deserted 11th century monastery was recently featured in the HBO series Game of Thrones.
Dubrovnik Cruise Port
A port renowned for its fascinating history, crystal clear water and astounding superyachts.
The Synagogue and Jewish Museum
The world's oldest operating Sephardic Synagogue, with a museum telling the story of the Jews of Dubrovnik.
Orlando Column
A 600-year-old column carved in honour of the legendary knight Orlando, who saved Dubrovnik from a siege by Arab pirates in the 8th century.
City Bell Tower
A beautiful landmark of the Old Town, with a bell struck by two bronze men.
Old town of Mostar
A deeply historic town originating from the 15th and 16th centuries developed as an Ottoman Empire frontier village in the 19th and 20th centuries. Look out for the Turkish houses.
Peljesac Peninsula
A stunning coastal area of Croatia famous for its wine and culinary
Kotor Town
Characterized by winding streets and Romanesque architecture, Kotor is a uniquely positioned medieval town in the Bay of Kotor on the Montenegrin coast
The Bay of Kotor
A stunning winding bay on the in the Adriatic sea. This bay which is part of Montenegro has been inhabited since Ancient times and you can tell. One for the naturalists.
Budva Town
A medieval walled town known for its sandy beaches and religious sites that dates back to the 9th century. The walls were built by the ruling Venetians and they protect the narrow cobbled streets within.
Monastery Tvrdos
A 15th-century monastery just inside the border of Bosnia and Herzegovina which was the seat of the rulers of Herzegovina until its sacking in 1694. Today the rebuilt version is renowned for its wine production.
Winery Vukoje
This wine region and vineyards were the Imperial vineyards of the Austro-Hungarian Empire in the late nineteenth century due to the suitability of the local soil in nurturing Zilavka (local white wine).
City of Cavtat
Until recently, a secret destination for wealthy Croatians (you can see large villas everywhere), Cavtat is now a gem for foreigners alike. This seaside town which perches between two bays with stunning cobbled streets
Neretva Valley
Known by many as the “mandarin valley’, this slice of nature at its most unorthodox but spectacular self. The Neretva river has been making its way through this valley to the Adriatic since the dawn of time and in doing so has created the garden of Dubrovnik.
River boat ride on Neratva Valley
Enjoy a relaxing boat ride along the Neratva river where you can see the stunning valley around you from a different perspective.
Korcula
A wonderfully picturesque island off the Dalmatian coast with medical town of the same name. Supposedly the birth place of famed merchant-explorer Marco Polo.
Old town of Split
Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest in the Dalmatia area. It is best known for its beaches and it’s fortress-like compound in the old centre which was erected by the Roman emperor Diocletian in the 4th century.
Diocletian’s Palace
The old town of Split is mostly made up of what remains of the ancient palace built here by the Roman Emperor Diocletian. It is considered one of the most imposing Roman ruins found anywhere in the world.
Split Promenade
Split’s delightful promenade with its melee of cafe shops and restaurants looking out to the peaceful Adriatic sea is a wonderful experience. This is the beating heart of activity in Split and all the most glorious with the backdrop of the Roman palace behind.
Trpanj
Trpanj is a laid back coastal town in south-eastern Croatia. This charming place still has a small village feel but now attracts tourists from all over the world.
Edivo Under Water Winery
Croatians know their wine more than most. Now they are taking it to the next level with the country's first underwater winery. You can either just drink it or for the more adventurous, you can scuba dive down and retrieve it alongside an old sunken boat.
Sea Food
Expect to experiment with new seafood dishes such as crni rizot which is squid risotto. The squid ink dyes the rice black. However, if squid isn't up to your taste buds, oysters and shellfish are also delicacies
Vlaho Bukovac House
You can take a walk around the charming property of one of Croatia's most famous artists. Take your time admiring the many beautiful art pieces he created, including his 1887 nude Une fleur (A Flower).
Sailing on Adriatic + Lessons
Croatia is home to one of the clearest parts of the Adriatic Sea. As it is quite shallow – depths reaching barely over 50 metres- it is possible to see the beauty of the sea life beyond it. Learn the basics of sailing a yacht.
Swimming
From the boat, there will be some spectacular swimming spots for all to cool off in the clear Adriatic sea
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