Dubrovnik offers a unique experience to the visitors, walking tour on the top of the city walls all around the old core of the city. The paths are very safe, even for children or elderly people. I am... more
This green peaked island about half a kilometer of the coast of Dubrovnik is now a nature reserve and major tourist attraction. Its thick, dark green covering of mediterranean forest is a riot of... more
The Stradun is also known as Placa, It is the city's main street and runs from the Pile to the Ploce gates. it was originaly paved during the 15th century and mostly redone after an earthquake in the... more
Strategically located, this fountain from the 15th century, is visited by everybody, either to drink its cool water, either to wash face and hands.
Sixteen fountains always pouring water brought... more
The walk around/in the city walls with the tour guide was fantastic. The guide was very enthusiastic and clearly had a passion for the history. He was incredibly knowledgable and provided excellent... more
Located at the western side of the Town outside the City Wall at a 36 meters high cliff. It dominates, both the sea and the land entrances to the Town from the west. According to old scripts it was... more
We entered the City through the Magnificent Pile Gate (Vrata od Pila) built in 1471 it once had a wooden drawbridge that was pulled up every night after curfew. There is now a fixed bridge over a dry... more
After walking round the walls we came down at the Dominican Monastery were we had got on. We had a look around the Old Port which is a lovely Medieval Port, In Medieval times the port was closed at... more
The Palace of the Dubrovnik's Republic rector it's an interesting building from the 17th century (reconstruction) mixing gothic and Renaissance styles.
The best (long) descryption of it may be found... more
A pharmacy, founded in 1317, is integral part of the Franciscam monastery and is considered as the third oldest in the whole world, continuously functioning until the present day.
The monastery also... more
Dubrovnik's Dominican Monastery dates from 1315. It was constructed on the city wall, to provide some protection. It contains priceless artwork by Croatian and Italian artists, and the relics of King... more
Located in the north area, in the highest point of the walls, this strong construction, besides its imposing structure, is a good place to photograph the town.
Climbing it under the sun is hard,... more
The fortress of Sv. Ivan (St. John), called also Mulo Tower, is monumental building on the south-eastern side of the Old City Port, controlling and protecting its entrance. The first fort of this... more
The Sponza Palace was built in the 16th century and grew rapidly as did Dubrovnik's wealth.
It has elaborately carved arches and venetion Gothic windows. It currently houses the state archives.
A room... more
This is the famous Dominican Friary church of Dubrovnik. Dated almost 700 years old it is also one of the buildings that damaged from the earthquake in 17th century. Today is it also interesting... more
The Sponza Palace is the most attractive building in Dubrovnik in my opinion with its graceful arcades, intricate tracery on tall gothic windows on the floor above and square windows on the top... more
From early July to mid-August, the whole city becomes a stage. And what a stage that is!
Many citizens are contributing to Festival during summer months. It is an honor to be involved in preparations,... more
This Gothic palace was built during the 12 & 13th century and was badly damaged during an earthquake in 1667. On the first floor you can visit the cultural and historical department of the municipal... more
"Oh, wonderful, beloved and sweet freedom,
By which the Almighty has presented us with all the wealth of this world,
True origin of all our glory,
And unique adornment of this forest!
All the silver...
The aesthetic beauty of Dubrovnik is quite simply breathtaking and a visit to the city makes it clear why George Bernard Shaw referred to Dubrovnik as ‘paradise on earth’ and why the city has become...
Dubrovnik is a beautiful old city by the Adriatic Sea. It has a lot to offer from all aspect of tourism and I’ve been planning for long time to visit this place. Thanks to the good tips of my local......