Dubrovnik Cathedral's facade
Main entrance to Dubrovnik Cathedral
Dubrovnik's Cathedral as it stands today was built in 1673 and replaced the original 12th century cathedral, destroyed in the great earthquake.
It has an opulent interior, with a painting of the Assumption of Mary bearing the signature of Italian artist Titian. The cathedral vaults house gold and silver reliquaries and paintings by Italian, Flemish and Croatian artists.
Top 5 Ways to Explore Dubrovnik
See the hidden corners of the Old Town from City walls and get to know what Dubrovnik has to offer. This is a great opportunity to take some amazing photos!
Transport yourself to King's Landing on Game of Thrones walking tour and hear exciting behind-the-scenes stories from your local tour guide. A true treat for Game of Thrones fans!
Get away on a fun sea-adventure and see the City walls from the sea-kayak while heading to the island of Lokrum. A unique way to experience the city!
If you don't have more than 1 day in Dubrovnik, combine together a pleasant panoramic drive above the city (to get some amazing photos) with a guided tour through the Old Town. Make the most of your day!
Stroll down the ancient cobblestone streets of the Old Town, stopping to visit some of its great sights and to taste the local specialities over a glass of local wine. Visit 4 great restaurants within the City walls!
Statues on the Dubrovnik Cathedral roof
View of Dubrovnik Cathedral from
The treasury also houses a 11th or 12th century reliquary with the head of St Blaise. It is in the shape of a crown and decorated with medallions and precious stones.
You could spend weeks in Dubrovnik and find something new to do each day. Here is a list of the most popular activities in the city and surroundings.
Here are a few top tips on sightseeing in Dubrovnik - the smart way.
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