One of the most important cultural, political and tourist centers
throughout Southeastern Europe. It lies on the southern coast of
Croatia, in Dubrovnik-Neretva county. The biggest attractions are its
medieval city walls that stretch over 1940 meters and represent a symbol
of Dubrovnik's freedom. Although the majority of accommodation in
Dubrovnik is highly elite oriented with world's best hotels and villas,
you can still find affordable private accommodation, rooms and
apartments. It is an ancient city that was, because of it's exceptional
beauty and rich history, inscribed in UNESCO World Cultural Heritage.
Dubrovnik offers a superb range of concerts, exhibitions, theater performances, various festivals, and other entertainment events such as: ''the Dubrovnik Summer Festival'' that takes place under the open sky at various locations throughout the city, feast of St. Vlah (Blaise). International Film Festival and Libertas Film Festival...
Among the sights you definitely need to see, we point out City walls, the Prince's Palace, Stradun, Sponza Palace, the Franciscan monastery of ''Little brothers'', church of St. Vlah - the patron saint of Dubrovnik, Orlando's Column and the Dubrovnik cathedral.
Warm southern wind, sandy beaches, numerous bays, clear turquoise-green and dark-blue depths of the sea leave every tourist breathless.
Dubrovnik also offers a rich nightlife. So you can enjoy in many lounge bars, cafes and clubs open until the early morning hours. The most famous beach is the beach Banje that offers a breathtaking view of the city walls and Lokrum island.
Dubrovnik has excellent gastronomic and enological offer. So you can enjoy the Ston oysters and mussels, exquisite seafood delicacies, flan, and superb lamb and veal. All this is followed by excellent wines from which we point out Dingae and Dubrovnik's Malvasia.
For all fans of active vacation, Dubrovnik has activities such as sailing, surfing, diving, paragliding, horse riding, donkey riding, tennis, golf. Those who want peace and quiet will enjoy the surrounding bays. Dubrovnik airport Ailipi is only 20 km from the city center and is connected directly to all major countries of Europe. Every year sea port Gruž becomes world's must-see destination for jet-sette who sail in and anchor with their mega yachts.
That being said - Dubrovnik is an ideal destination for tourists whether is summer or winter!