Dubrovnik city is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic. It definitely catches the eyes of many visitors from all around the world, with the sparkling blue waters of the Adriatic Sea, the terracotta rooftops, medieval walls, the historic city known as Old Town of Dubrovnik, Fort Lovrijenac…
The ultimate guide to Dubrovnik
Find out what are the very best things to do in Dubrovnik, get the juiciest local tips and more!
Take a trip to Dubrovnik Old Town, a mesmerizing and a well-preserved city located in southern Croatia, extending over the Adriatic Sea with a beautiful background of a rocky coastline and limestone mountains that can be seen from afar.
Are you interested in visiting Dubrovnik’s City Walls for free? Do you want free access tickets to galleries, museums, and free bus rides? Luckily for you, Dubrovnik city offers all its visitors the opportunity of purchasing the Dubrovnik card.
The Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary or, simply, Dubrovnik Cathedral is a top attraction in Dubrovnik city Old Town. Records state the Dubrovnik Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary dates back to the 7th century.
Lovrijenac fortress is huge tourist attraction in the Dubrovnik and one of the most impressive locations in Croatia. Perched on a high rock at the edge of the city, this 37-meter above sea level tower never fails to impress visitors coming from every part of the world.
The beautiful Walls of Dubrovnik are certainly the highlight of any trip to the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic.’ Not only you’ll be taking a tour around the city from the top, but you’ll also learn so much about the Walls, historical facts about the Old Town, see many landmarks, and so much more!
Experiencing fantastic views over Dubrovnik of the Old Town, the Adriatic Sea, and many landmarks are definitely among the TO-DO list of any Dubrovnik visitor!
If you’re staying in Dubrovnik, it’s impossible to miss out on the opportunity of passing through the Pile Gate, and indulging in the depth of the Old Town and its cultural heritage.
Gothic style building, Rectors palace, or Knežev Dvor in Croatian, is one of the most popular attractions among visitors. And you can learn so much about Dubrovnik’s history there because it used to be an important administrative building from the times of Ragusa Republic.