Dubrovnik is a city not to be missed, one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. Its combination of unique beauty, rich history and cultural heritage, not to mention beautiful nature, make it a dream travel destination. Its old centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site and its value is immeasurable.
There are a great number of museums, too, whose diverse exhibits will impress even the most demanding visitor.
All of these attractions are encompassed by massive city walls and towers, which seem to guard this priceless treasure.
The climate of the this region is a gentle Mediterranean one, with mild winters and hot, dry summer months.
So if you are looking for sun and sea then you should definitely visit Dubrovnik in the summer season and enjoy beautiful beaches, crystal-clear sea and sunshine.
This web site will help organise your visit to this beautiful city. When it comes to travelling to Dubrovnik you have a choice of numerous air connections, ferries, buses or driving from surrounding countries.
The most important thing is to choose right accommodation for your holidays. In Dubrovnik you have a choice of excellent private accommodation (rooms & hostels & apartments) located in all neighbourhoods of Dubrovnik, amazing hotels starting from basic to luxury ones or maybe great villas on amazing locations. You can choose your hotel by locations. There is a great choice of beachfront hotels, centraly located hotels, hotels close to the ferry & cruise port or located in the very centre of Dubrovnik's Old Town.
Once you are settled at you apartment or hotel you need to decide what to see and what to do. Dubrovnik has a great choice of historical sights starting with unique City walls that can be walked in full length (2 km). If you would like to take some great photos of Old Town you should definitely take a Cable car ride to the top of Mount Srdj above Dubrovnik.
If you visit Dubrovnik during summer months (June, July, August, September) you can fully enjoy great sunny and hot weather and visit numerous beaches in Dubrovnik and surrounding area (including popular Sunj beach on the island of Lopud, the most visited island among the Elaphites).