"Those who seek paradise on earth should come to Dubrovnik”
The moment you see Old Town's stone walls jutting into the azure sea you'll understand what George Bernard Shaw meant.
Make Dubrovnik the first stop on your trip.
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Dubrovnik offers an unusual blend of modern culture and established tradition. In Old Town you'll find polished limestone streets, a labyrinth of alleyways and breathtaking architecture. Don't miss the baroque cathedral, a centerpiece of Dubrovnik. It's a highlight of architecture in Croatia. But Dubrovnik's most stunning feature is the 82-foot-tall city wall. It extends more than a mile. There are many options for music lovers in Dubrovnik. Daily concerts take place all year. In July and August the Dubrovnik Summer Festival features music, theatre and dance. Looking for nightlife? The city's clubs and bars will keep you busy until dawn.
Open-air living is the name of the game in Dubrovnik and that includes dining. Grilled dishes and local seafood are specialties of Croatia. Take a short ferry ride from Old Town to experience the nature reserve on the peaceful island of Lokrum. Here you'll also find a monastery and botanical garden. The islands of Elaphiti and Mljet offer the perfect day trip in a more tranquil setting. Dubrovnik is the ideal base to explore the region. You can travel to the surrounding countries to visit Bosnia or Montenegro either as full-day trips or overnight stops. Try kayaking or horse-riding and make your Adriatic vacation active. Dubrovnik is a great place to start a tour of Croatia. Just choose your next stop: Korcula, Hvar, Split or Trogir.
The majority of accommodation we offer in Dubrovnik is in apartments and hotels in the old town or villa apartments just a few minutes walk away. With everything from staying in rooms or a flat in a large family villa to a suite at a secluded luxury five star hotel our Dubrovnik lodging selection is incredibly broad. Whatever your group size or budget we can find something to fit. Our own research trips, inspections and feedback from past guests means that our Dubrovnik accommodation selection has been refined over the years to offer the very best available. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Whether you want to visit some nearby islands, get to know Dubrovnik up close, day trip to nearby Montenegro or Mostar, or indulge in some exercise by bike or sea kayak, we've got plenty of activities for you during your time in Dubrovnik. Learn the old city's history, both distant and recent, with your own expert guide on a private walking tour. Dubrovnik's starring role on HBO takes center stage on the Game of Thrones Tour. We can make all the arrangements for excursions in advance as part of your travel package if you wish. Or if you' prefer you can plan it shortly before you arrive, with our Croatia-based trip manager. Alternatively leave it till you meet our City Host when you get to Dubrovnik. It's best to book ahead for private excursions in peak season though as guides and drivers can be in short supply.
As well as the activites that we can arrange for you there are plenty of other things to see and do in and around Dubrovnik. Your Guest Page is packed with suggestions for sights, museums and shopping. Got a head for heights? The cable car up to Mount Srd' rewards you with breathtaking views of the Old City of Dubrovnik below. And no visit to Dubrovnik is complete without walking the impressive fortified walls that surround the Old City. When we send you your customized itinerary you will be able to choose additional excursions to include in your vacation package or consider for adding later.
AntoniaAdriatic Destination Manager
What I love about Dubrovnik...
“Dubrovnik is a magical city offering everything what one might look for; history, art, natural beauty, islands, culture, entertainment… It has a special charm which is hard to describe! It is hard not to fall in love in Dubrovnik once you see it! Impressive walls, green islands, amazing views and old town will for sure leave a good impression on you.”
Popular Tour Itineraries Featuring Dubrovnik
Spend some time in Dubrovnik on a tour that takes in other cities in Croatia and neighboring countries. Our vacation packages including Dubrovnik and other destinations make traveling in Central & Eastern Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.
With 7 nights in Croatia it is best to concentrate on the southern part of the country, the Dalmatian coast. Start in Dubrovnik, often described as the Pearl of the Adriatic. From there travel up the coast to Split with some time to see the Diocletian's Palace. Then take a ferry to Hvar, 'Europe's sunniest island'. Finish in Trogir, an ancient walled town close to Split. read full itinerary
Croatia could just be the perfect honeymoon destination. Clear blue sea, incredible views, fantastic food. You'll get all of that on this week-long Adriatic honeymoon itinerary that includes the historic coastal cities of Dubrovnik and Split as well as some relaxation on Hvar, Europe's sunniest island. read full itinerary
You might not immediately think "Croatia" when you're thinking about Europe's Christmas Markets but Zagreb has won best Christmas market in Europe two years in a row already and is looking good for a repeat performance. Add in the fact that Split and Dubrivnik are upping their game too and the locals are loving it and you have the perfect recipe for advent with a little sunshine. read full itinerary
With 11 days we still feel it is best to concentrate your travels on the southern part of Croatia, the Dalmatian coast. After Dubrovnik, 'the Pearl of the Adriatic' you will take a ferry to the island of Korcula, once home to Marco Polo. From there, another ferry to the history-packed and sun-soaked island of Hvar. After a ferry to Split, where with a stop to see the Roman emperor Diocletian's Palace the trip ends in Trogir, an ancient walled town on the coast nearby. read full itinerary
Get a real flavor of Croatia on this 11 day tour from Zagreb to Dubrovnik seeing all of the country's highlights and tasting the very best of its regional cuisines. You'll visit Rovinj, Plitvice, Split and Hvar along the way, giving a real mix of scenery and sights. read full itinerary
A truly relaxing honeymoon itinerary, with enough time in each of 4 places to see the very best of them with no stress. You'll see the coastal cities of Dubrovnik and Split as well as the islands of Korcula and Hvar. read full itinerary
Croatia and neighboring countries
The perfect honeymoon combination: Venice, one of the most romantic cities in the world coupled with the highlights of Croatia's Dalmatian coast. Be awestruck by the beauty of Dubrovnik, relax on Hvar, Europe's sunniest islands and wander in the cosy backstreets of the old city of Split. read full itinerary
A 2 week Greatest Hits tour. Start out by seeing the splendor of Rome, also ideal for flight connections to the US. From there it's a short flight across the Adriatic Sea to Dubrovnik, the first of three Croatian classic destinations. Some island time on Hvar follows, then Split, essentially a Roman emperor's retirement palace. The final stop is Venice, reached by another short flight. read full itinerary
2 weeks gives you enough time to travel the length of Croatia as well as see some of Slovenia. Start with the compact Slovenian capital Ljubljana and day trip to Bled. Continue on to Rovinj, a walled city on the coast of Istria, "Croatia's Tuscany". From there you go inland to Plitvice to explore the famous Plitvice Lakes National Park. Then it's back to the coast, with a night in cosy Trogir, near Split. After a visit to Diocletian's Palace which encloses Old Split it's time for a ferry ride to relax on sunny Hvar Island. We've saved the best for last with Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic your final destination. read full itinerary
Combine some of our most popular destinations this two week itinerary. You'll have some time in two of Central Europe's most beautiful and enjoyable cities then some seaside relaxation as you head to the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. To top it all off, all 5 of Budapest, Prague, Dubrovnik, Hvar and Split are on the UNESCO World Heritage List! read full itinerary
Experience the very best of the Adriatic coast, from its Pearl, to its Queen. Starting in Dubrovnik over 2 weeks, you'll have some island time on Hvar and go Roman in Split – and that's just the first week! Next see the spectacular Plitvice Lakes before spending a few days in old-Venetian coastal town of Rovinj. Then finish up in La Serenissima itself, Venice! read full itinerary
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