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Discovering the Pearl of the Adriatic

Perched on the southern tip of Croatia, Dubrovnik stands as a breathtaking testament to medieval architecture, surrounded by the azure waters of the Adriatic Sea. Known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic," this UNESCO World Heritage site is a harmonious blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. With its well-preserved city walls and enchanting old town, Dubrovnik beckons travelers to immerse themselves in its rich tapestry of stories.

Guided tours from Dubrovnik

Delve into the captivating history of Dubrovnik through guided tours that weave tales of the city's past. Explore the iconic City Walls, offering panoramic views of the old town and the sparkling Adriatic. Take a boat excursion to the nearby Elaphiti Islands or the lush Lokrum Island, where botanical gardens and historical ruins await. For history enthusiasts, a guided tour of Dubrovnik's museums and landmarks, including the Rector's Palace and Sponza Palace, provides an in-depth understanding of the city's cultural heritage. Explore some of our most sought-after tours that include the enchanting city of Dubrovnik. Our meticulously curated itineraries ensure you experience the very best of Croatia in a single trip.

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What to expect and why visit?

Dubrovnik beckons travelers with its timeless allure, a walled city that transports visitors to a bygone era. With its cobblestone streets, charming squares, and historic buildings, the old town exudes an atmosphere of medieval elegance. Beyond the city walls, Dubrovnik's pristine beaches, vibrant local markets, and exquisite seafood restaurants offer a perfect blend of relaxation and exploration. The city's rich cultural festivals, such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, add an extra layer of charm for those visiting during the summer months.

Old Town and City Walls

Step into a medieval fairy tale as you wander through the narrow streets of the old town, adorned with Baroque and Renaissance architecture. Ascend the City Walls for breathtaking views of the red-tiled rooftops and the glistening Adriatic Sea.

Dubrovnik's Beaches

Most of the beaches around Dubrovnik and indeed along this stretch of Adriatic coast are shingle, rather than sand. But the attraction doesn’t come from this, but the azure blue water, perfect for swimming and snorkelling

The Ljuta River

With its crystal-clear waters and lush surroundings, Ljuta River provides a serene setting, inviting visitors to relax along its banks and immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the Dubrovnik region.

Lokrum Island

A short boat ride from Dubrovnik, Lokrum Island offers a serene escape. Wander through botanical gardens, discover the ruins of a Benedictine monastery, and relax on secluded beaches surrounded by lush greenery.

The Jesuit Staircase

Dubrovnik’s beautiful Baroque Jesuit Staircase played a leading role in Queen Cersei's “Walk of Shame” in Games of Thrones

Ride the cable car

If the view from the top of the city walls isn’t good enough for you, then riding the cable car to the summit of Mount Srd ought to do the trick

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Travel tips


The official currency is the Croatian Kuna (HRK). Credit cards are widely accepted, but it's always advisable to carry some cash for small purchases

Local Cuisine

Indulge in traditional Croatian dishes such as seafood risotto, grilled fish, and peka, a savory meat and vegetable dish cooked under a bell-shaped lid.

Sun Protection

Dubrovnik enjoys a Mediterranean climate, so pack sunscreen, a hat, and comfortable clothing.

Walking Shoes

The old town's cobblestone streets may be challenging for high heels, so comfortable walking shoes are advisable

Dress modestly

When entering churches or religious sites, it's customary to dress modestly.

Say hello "Dobar Dan"

Croatians are known for their warmth and hospitality. When greeting someone, a friendly "Dobar dan" (Good day) or "Bok" (Hello) is appreciated.

Frequently asked questions

Is Dubrovnik crowded with tourists?

During the peak summer season, Dubrovnik can be crowded, especially within the Old Town. Consider visiting during the shoulder seasons (spring or fall) for a more relaxed experience.

Are there any beaches in Dubrovnik?

What is the best way to get around Dubrovnik?


In conclusion, Dubrovnik beckons with its timeless charm, inviting travelers to explore its historic streets, bask in its coastal beauty, and immerse themselves in a living museum of culture and history. A visit to this coastal gem promises an unforgettable journey through the ages.

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