An absolute must-see if you're around Dubrovnik. These walls are the perfect example of a fortification system, as they protected the city…
The heart of the “Pearl of the Adriatic” and one of the most beautiful and interesting parts of Dubrovnik.
Drawing water from a distant well, this is an architectural gem that is not to be missed. Called after its architect, Onofrial della Cava.
The Rector's Palace is a palace in the city of Dubrovnik that used to serve as the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa between the…
Breathtaking Italian-build Baroque church, formerly belonging to the Jesuits and a must-see in Dubrovnik.
Stradun or Placa is the main street of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The limestone-paved pedestrian street runs some 300 metres through the Old Town,…
The Franciscan Church and Monastery is a large complex belonging to the Order of the Friars Minor.
Overlooking the city at 37 meters above sea level, the fort played a major role as a defense point of the city.
An architectural gem of the late Middle Ages, holding a unique collection of Renaissance artworks.
The Church of St. Blaise is a Baroque church in Dubrovnik and one of the city's major sights.
The highest point in the city walls and the symbol of Dubrovnik's freedom. Was meant to be square, but was changed to round shape.
Once protecting the eastern edge of the city, nowadays the fort houses several attractions - the Maritime Museum and the Aquarium.
The Assumption Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Dubrovnik, Croatia. It is the seat of the Diocese of Dubrovnik.
Probably the most chic beach in Dubrovnik, with many celebrities visiting and the closest beach to the Old Town.
A tiny bathing spot right under the Old City. In summer, the café is opened near the city walls.
One of the two gates which served as entry points into the city. A statue of St.
Late Middle Ages two-store fortress and a key point in the defence of the city. Houses a collection of rare stones.
Holds a market with fresh vegetables and fruit every morning. While shopping, you can check out the statue of the famous Croatian poet.
A chance to marvel at the collection of paintings from the 15th and 16th century, not only with religious themes.
Used the protect the eastern part of the city and the harbor. Nowadays, concerts and various events are held here.
The oldest area of the city, holding many churches, and a truly remarkable sight which serves as a walk through Dubrovnik's history.