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The City of Dubrovnik buzzes with life all year around. The astonishing beauty of the marble-clad Old Town is contained within the city walls; people flock to its squares, picturesque narrow alleyways, cafés and bars. The clean beaches and the crystal-clear blue water surrounding the city walls of Dubrovnik captivate the visitor with their charm.

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The Dominican Monastery and Museum
Od sv. Dominika 4, Dubrovnik

This monastery dates back to 1301, and it was built by the citizens of Dubrovnik who were ordered to work on it by the local authorities. The attached museum contains an impressive selection of arts from sixteenth-century Dubrovnik including votive jewellery, relics, manuscripts, valuable documents and much more.

Mount Srd
Mount Srd, Dubrovnik

The best views of Dubrovnik and the surrounding area are, without doubt, experienced from the top of the Srd Hill. The Dubrovnik Cable Car was built back in 1969 and was eagerly used by millions of visitors who wanted to enjoy the most stunning panoramic views. On a clear day, you can see up to 60 km (37 miles). For this reason, the neighbouring Imperial Fortress was strategically built on this privileged spot, back in the early 19th century. It is also possible to get there by car or walking. No matter how you get there, a fantastic view is your reward!

Nautika Restaurant
Brsalje 3, Dubrovnik

Exquisite up-market restaurant with two floors of dining rooms and terrific service. Nautika Restaurant is considered one of the best seafood restaurant in town. Besides serving seafood dishes, they also prepare the finest meat and vegetarian dishes. A huge selection of wines does justice to the fare. Might be necessary to book in advance.

Fish restaurant Proto
Siroka 1, Dubrovnik

Fantastic restaurant where the meat dishes are just as well prepared as the seafood. There is a formal dining room inside and more casual outdoor terrace. Proto has been a restaurant since 1886 and carries plenty of history. The restaurant provides excellent service and great attention to detail. Good idea to book in advance.

Old Town
Stradun, Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik’s Old Town offers the best shopping and plenty of variety for its visitors. The Stradun houses the oldest pharmacy in the world, and from there shops fan out in all directions. There are all sorts of souvenir shops in the vicinity and other types of retail shops can be easily found in the streets around Stradun. In the alleyways you can find everything you need, such as shoe shops, jewellery, clothes, bookshops and plenty of old crafts shops. One of the most fascinating craft shops is “Ronchi,” a hat-making enterprise housed near the market square, which was established in 1858.

Gundulićeva Poljana Market
Gundulic Square, Dubrovnik

Stroll among numerous stalls full of seasonal fruits and vegetables at this open-air market in the Old Town. There are also stalls offering other local products such as dried lavender, lavender oil, marmalade and locally produced grappa and brandy. Open every morning so pop by and have an authentic local experience.


Dubrovnik Airport is situated about 22 kilometres east of the city centre. The journey takes about 30 minutes by car. Airline buses meet all arrivals, including the late-night ones. The drop-off for the airport buses is at the entrance to the Old Town or at the bus station. You can buy your tickets when boarding the bus. Taxi stand is located next to the Terminal building B. It is also in the building B you will find taxi service counter where you can get more information regarding the taxi fares.

Public transport

Most parts of Dubrovnik are best discovered on foot. If you feel the distance is a little too far, the town has an excellent system of buses. The orange city buses are run by the company Libertas. and they run frequently and generally on time. Tickets can be bought from the bus driver and from the newspaper kiosk and it is valid for one hour for an unlimited number of rides within the city.

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