Dubrovnik is known as the Pearl of the Adriatic and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. A fairytale fortress of beautiful Baroque, Gothic and Renaissance churches, aristocratic palaces, red-roofed townhouses, magnificent monasteries and fascinating history, it is almost impossible to feel anything but uplifted and inspired here.
Here’s a selection of our best picks to visit while in Dubrovnik
The City Wall
The most recognizable feature which defines the history of Dubrovnik and gives it its characteristics, are its intact city wall with five fortresses that offer an unforgettable view over the city, the island of Lokrum and the open sea. The City Wall is the main attraction of the visitors.
The Old City
Dubrovnik is not built in a way to be admired from the car or coach. This is a place for pedestrians. Every spot and hidden corner has its own unique flavor which will make your memory to keep.
Cable Car – Panoramic view of Dubrovnik
Glide through the air on a scenic adventure. The ride offers breath taking view of the old town of Dubrovnik, coastal sights with islands and magnificent sunset.
Island of Lokrum and Elaphiti Islands
If you set to explore Dubrovnik’s vicinity by sea, you will be enraptured by the beauty of its islands.
The Arboretum which was established on the summer estate of the aristocratic family Gucetic, is famous for its rich and ancient collection of exotic plants in the Renaissance park from 1502.
Peljesac Wines and Vineyards where wine by its quality, color and bouquet is a real treat for your eyes, taste and your soul. Stop in Ston to taste mussels and oysters naturally cultivated. The natural flavor of the sea and sea delicacies is the same today as it has been over the centuries.
Neretva – River Delta
A passionate adventurer and nature admirer should enjoy in rafting or take a cruise in the small canoes through channels of the river-delta.