Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful UNESCO-listed cities in the world; not even severe shelling in 1991 has managed to take its beauty away. It is brimming with marbled streets, imposing medieval architecture and a host of awe-inspiring defensive walls, churches and palaces. From the top of Srđ Mountain you can admire the views of the magnificent Old Town of Dubrovnik and Elaphiti Islands scattered along the coast.

Dubrovnik At A Glance

Population of Dubrovnik: 58,000

What to See in Dubrovnik: Take a cable car and enjoy spectacular views, Discover the City Walls, Discover the magic of the Old Town, Game of Thrones tour, Sea Kayak Tour, Lokrum Island

Towns or islands to visit near Dubrovnik: Daytrip to Montenegro or Bosnia Herzegovina, Mljet National Park, Korcula Island, Lopud Island, Sipan Island

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Things to do in Dubrovnik

  • Discover the magic of the Old Town

    The famous and well-preserved medieval city must be visited whilst in Croatia. Admire the enormous stone city walls protecting it from the rugged coastline. The UNESCO-listed cobbled old town is filled with historic architecture, from medieval churches and towers to glamorous villas and lavish palaces. It is also a cultural hub, with museums, galleries and live music to enjoy. Take a cruise from the city’s famous harbor to reach the numerous charming islands on a day tour or a multi-day trip.

  • Take a cable car and enjoy the spectacular views

    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 in 1969 and offers beautiful panoramic views where on a clear day, you can see up to 40 miles over the beautiful Adriatic and inland. The 4-minute ride whisks you to the plateau of 778 meters in altitude and you will have incredible photography opportunities and there is also a restaurant at the top. This activity really must be on your bucket-list whilst in Dubrovnik.

  • Discover the Dubrovnik City Walls

    Dubrovnik is known for its distinctive Old Town, encircled with massive stone walls completed in the 16th century, which are 1940 meters long. A walk along Dubrovnik’s famous walls is a unique and wonderful experience and a must-do when visiting. Enjoy breathtaking views over the city’s red roofs and St John’s Fortress and the Lovrijenac Fortress which rises above a 37 meter high cliff. You will also experience amazing views of the Buza beach with the sailing boats and kayakers as they pass by.

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Restaurants in Dubrovnik

  • Restaurant Dubrovnik

    Restaurant Dubrovnik is consistently proving its reputation as one of Dubrovnik’s top restaurants, serving Croatian food with a distinctly modern Dalmatian twist. Situated moments away from the main street of Stradun and the popular Green market, Restaurant Dubrovnik features the most recognizable terrace in the Old Town. This Michelin rated restaurant is set in one of Dubrovnik’s secluded enchanting little streets, providing the guests with just a the perfect blend of privacy and delicious cuisine.

  • Restaurant Zuzori

    Conveniently situated in the centre of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, Restaurant Zuzori is newly and deservedly, appointed to 2018’s Michelin Guide, Zuzori has quickly earned its reputation by preparing high quality Croatian ingredients in a simple and sophisticated way.

  • Taverna Otto

    Sail the azure waters of the Mediterranean Sea to the popular destinations of Spain and Portugal. Our luxury cruise visits many of southern Europe’s most famous historic and cultural cities, and vibrant cosmopolitan districts. Enjoy water-based activities along the stunning coastline, explore the pastel-walled cites and unspoilt terrain by cycle or on foot.

Hotels in Dubrovnik