Things to see in Dubrovnik

Tips from real travelers about attractions and what to see in Dubrovnik.
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  • Beautiful Croatian town with a stunning location. With its 14th century fortification, UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site in 1994. Unfortunately the signs at walls entrances are proof that in 1991 and 1992, the Serbian and Mon...
  • Walking through Dubrovnik we decided to take one of the boats that takes you close to 3 of the most beautiful islands around the city. The price is very good, about 35-40 € with food and drink included. The food is fresh, and can be...
  • I loved everything about this place. It was a surprise to find that it had such amazing views. The service is great and, for me and my friends, the place only had two negatives: you can't have lunch or dinner there, but they do offe...
  • The beach at the left side of the wall is perfect for young people because there is music from a nearby bar, the water is warm and amazing, too.. Highly recommended. At night the entrance to the bar is free. The tour takes nearly 2...
  • I loved this city that was completely destroyed during the Balkan war, and then rebuilt. UNESCO has declared it a World Heritage Site. Walking around the Old Town is finding a different hideaway with every step. Too bad its become o...
  • Roland, or Orlando, is a European hero, a legendary knight said to be the nephew of Charlemagne, and died heroically in 778 in Roncesvalles in the Pyrenees. From the fifteenth century, his image has adorned many European squares in ...
  • The Rector's Palace was once the palace of senior counsel. Today this beautiful palace can be visited and it contains a museum dedicated to the city's history. If you enter you can see that the palace building is typical of the Dalm...
  • The clock tower is another emblem of the city of Dubrovnik. You see it the moment you enter the old city walls, at the bottom of the main street. The bell was constructed by Ivan Krstitelj in the year 1506, and still stands there, d...
  • In Dubrovnik, two cities, and two ports. It has the old town (a UNESCO world heritage site) and the modern city (where the majority of people live). In the old town there is a fishing port, and the modern, a port for ferries that ta...
  • To think that a few decades ago, this country, its walls and its people were devastated. But they rose above it all and not only did they reconstruct the walls and the structures of their cities but also their lives and that of thei...
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