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Dubrovnik Insider's Travel Guide

The historic city of Dubrovnik is among the most beautiful cities in the Mediterranean and should definitely be on your travel bucket list. We can name many reasons to visit this unique place situated in the very south of Croatia. 

Whether it's for leisurely summer holidays, the sightseeing of Dubrovnik's historical monuments, attending one of many cultural events, fine Mediterranean dining or visiting the filming locations of popular series, your visit to Dubrovnik will not disappoint you.

A stunning view from the City walls over the Old Town and the island of LokrumA stunning view from the City walls over the Old Town and the island of Lokrum

We all know that planning a travel could be overwhelming and you need right information to make the most of your holiday. This web site is made with a purpose to help all those visitors to Dubrovnik and Croatia to make their holiday one to remember.

Find below useful tips on the best time to visit Dubrovnik, different ways of 
getting to Dubrovnik, ground transfer options, private and hotel accommodation options, the most interesting sights, the most popular city tours and activities in the area and much more.

Plan your Dubrovnik holiday

Getting to
Dubrovnik Guide

Find out the best ways of getting to Dubrovnik. Due to its isolated position in the very south of Croatia, the easiest way to travel to Dubrovnik would be by plane. Reach Dubrovnik also by catamaran from the islands and Split. Or by bus from many cities in Croatia and abroad.

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Ferries to

Dubrovnik can be reached by sea from Italy (the port of Bari) as well as from Split (Central Dalmatia) and the islands of Brac, Hvar, Korcula and MljetNote that there are no ferries between Dubrovnik and and other Mediterranean port such as Venice, Santorini, Corfu or Athens.

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In Dubrovnik you will find many great hotels that are ideal for every kind of holiday - a romantic escape, family holiday, spa break or even a business trip. The quality of hotels varies according to their number of stars, which range from 2 to 5.

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Accommodation guide

Your holiday accommodation in Dubrovnik can be hard to choose since there is a wide choice of options available throughout the city. However, each option has its advantages and the best choice will depend on your preferences.

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For those who seek complete privacy and relaxation renting a holiday villa would be an ideal option. It will offer full comfort during your stay. Most of them feature beautiful gardens often with a swimming pool where you can catch the sun and swim during the warm summer days.

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Dubrovnik Sights

Explore top Dubrovnik sights, from the City walls, Sponza Palace, Church of St Blaise, Onofrio's Fountains and much more....

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City Card

Save your time and money while exploring Dubrovnik with Dubrovnik Card. Free sights entrances, public transport and discounts in the stores.

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City Tours

Explore Dubrovnik on one of many guided tours available (group or individual).

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The central street of Dubrovnik's Old TownThe central street of Dubrovnik's Old Town

What to do & See

City Walls

Walking the famous Dubrovnik City walls is a must while in Dubrovnik. Take a 2-hour walk along the walls and enjoy stunning views of the Old Town and the island of Lokrum.

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Cable Car

To take amazing photos of the city and the area take a cable car ride to the top of Mount Srdj. Historical sights and museums can be found all around the city. Taking a guided city tour is a great way to discover the secrets of this amazing city.

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Due to the calm Mediterranean climate and many sunny days, Dubrovnik is ideal for great summer holidays and lazy sunbathing on one of many beaches in the area.

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Finding your ideal place to stay in Dubrovnik

In the city you will find numerous private accommodation options, which will allow you to interact with the local people. For those looking for an affordable stay you can book a hostel stay where you can easily make new friends or rent a room in a private house, which sometimes comes with breakfast included.

An option of booking a self-catering apartment is ideal for those who want to be able to prepare their own food and keep costs down. 

Due to the calm Mediterranean climate and many sunny days, Dubrovnik is ideal for great summer holidays and lazy sunbathing on one of many beaches in the area.

To escape from the city crowds you should head to the island of Lokrum, which sits just across the city walls, or the Elaphite islands - famous for their beautiful sandy beaches and Mediterranean forests.

Whether you decide to take a regular boat or an organised boat trip you will have a great day out. For those more adventurous sea-kayaking would be an ideal way of exploring the hidden caves and solitude spots that can be reached only from the sea.

The island of Lopud near DubrovnikThe island of Lopud near Dubrovnik

The island of Mljet with its national park and two lakes, is an ideal place for hiking and cycling. Visit the island of Korcula with its glorious Old Town which is well worth exploring.

Gastro and wine lovers should make a day trip to the Peljesac peninsula and the town of Ston. Here you will find many wineries where you can sample local wines as well as great restaurants offering fish and other seafood. The area of Ston is famous for its oyster production. While there visit the famous Ston walls which stretch 7 km and are the longest in Europe.

Head to Konavle region, the countryside area south of Dubrovnik, where you can visit rural households and taste Croatian specialities such as cured ham, cheese, dried figs, herb liqueurs and other delicacies. A horse ride and an ATV safari would be a great way to explore this interesting region.

When in Dubrovnik don't miss a day trip to the nearby countries - Montenegro, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Montenegro is a beautiful country full of natural wonders and historic cities such as Kotor, Perast, Herceg Novi and Tivat. 
For a totally different experience head to Bosnia and Herzegovina. Visit Mostar to walk down its cobbled stone streets, Medjugorje - the highly visited Catholic shrine or explore the beautiful city of Sarajevo.

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Dubrovnik Travel Tips

  1. The Dubrovnik City Walls Walk

    A walk along Dubrovnik's famous city walls is a unique and wonderful experience and a must-do when visiting Dubrovnik! Find out all useful info for the best experience while visiting the City walls!

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  2. Best Day Trips From Dubrovnik

    While in Dubrovnik make a day trip or two to escape the city crowds. Visit the Elaphite islands, the island of Mljet, Peljesac peninsula and Ston or Konavle region south of Dubrovnik.

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  3. Dubrovnik Accommodation Guide

    Find your ideal Dubrovnik accommodation - from hostels, apartments, guesthouses to a range of hotels and luxury villas!

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  4. Elaphite Islands Day Trip

    Head to the Elaphite islands close to Dubrovnik and enjoy in clear the blue sea and beautiful sandy beaches...

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  5. Ferries to Dubrovnik

    Find out useful info on ferries to Dubrovnik! Check ferry routes, where to buy ferry tickets and other information.

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  6. Dubrovnik Cable Car Tickets

    Taking a cable car to the top of Mount Srdj is one of the top activities while in Dubrovnik. Find out how to buy cable car tickets and enjoy this amazing experience.

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