Dubrovnik Things to Do

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  • 1. City walls

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The (mandatory) walk on the walls of Dubrovnik has two different sides: the ocean side and the land side. Most people cover only the ocean side, from where its possible to see the most beautiful...

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  • 2. Island of Lokrum

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    For those who stay for a longer time in Dubrovnik, a day trip to Lokrum can be an interesting option. Though the island has no beautiful sand beaches, it has a couple of swimming opportunities, a lot...

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  • 3. Old City

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    This city was just majestic ! So romantic and beautiful with all these castles . A little expensive comparising the other Croatian cities, But once you visit it, you are gonna love it ! Near to Kotor...

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  • 4. Stradun

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The most famous street in Dubrovnik is Stradun or Placa street. Stradun is the widest street in the old town, and runs east-west and divides the town in both northern & southern "halves". The surface...

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  • 5. Fort Lovrijenac

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Somewhat apart from the wall, this fort stands in a cliff over the sea, reaching 36 meters high. Once a very important fortress resisting to Venice domination, It provides now good views over the...

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  • 6. Big Onofrije's Fountain

    4 out of 5 stars

    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...

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  • 7. Franciscan Monastery

    4 out of 5 stars

    The Church of Saint Saviour is located between the Franciscan Monastery and the city walls. In summer, the artists of Dubrovnik use its meditative interior as an exhibition hall or as a chamber...

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  • 8. Lapad

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    At the western end of the street called Šetalište kralja Zvonimira, there is a small beach. From here there is a footpath that follows the shore in the direction of the Hotel Neptun. This is a lovely...

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  • 9. Walking

    On foot is the only way to explore the old town, during summer can be very hot but if you come early in the morning still less crowd and the heat still bearable. The old town is car free, so, walking...

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  • 10. Gates of Pile

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dubrovnik is a walled city, and has several entry gates, the most famous being the western Pile Gate. The buses all stop outside this gate and most directions given to hotels and attractions start...

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  • 11. Cable Car

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    Well, the best view of Dubrovnik would actually be from the plane as you approach the airport and pass by the walled medieval city - it is just like a map from the air! But for the best picture WITH...

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  • 12. Old Port

    Built from the 14th to the 16th century, this fortress that protects the port's entrance hosts today the Aquarium, the Ethnographic and the Maritime Museums. We had no time to visit them, which...

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  • 13. Minceta Fortress

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    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,...

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  • 14. Rector's Palace

    4 out of 5 stars

    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...

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  • 15. Clock Tower

    Now we're walking the north wall from east to west and before us is the massive Minceta Tower. At first sight I thought to myself what a masculine structure. But walk up its steps and get a...

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  • 16. Dominican Monastery

    Dominican monastery is located at the eastern part of The City, close to the inner Ploce gate where it merges with the City walls. Dominican monastery is one of the most important architectural parts...

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  • 17. Sponza Palace

    3.5 out of 5 stars

    This palace from the 16th century may pass discreetly to most visitors, due to the strong impact of the memorial for the victims of the war in its interior, but, as you wander around, you will end...

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  • 18. Mount Srd

    Srđ is a mountain just behind the walled city of Dubrovnik, in Dalmatia, Croatia. Its height is 412 metres, the top of which is adorned with "Fort Imperial", built in 1806-1816 during the...

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  • 19. Aquarium

    3 out of 5 stars

    Dubrovnik's aquarium has species representing the underwater life of the Adriatic sea. You get to see a lot, but let's face it - the Adriatic Sea is not as exciting as the Caribbean. Though you should...

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  • 20. Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin - Velika Gospa

    We walked up to the Katedrala but we did not go inside, Legend says that the Cathedral was Financed by Richard the Lionheart after he survived a terrible storm just of the coast near to Lokrum, it is...

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  • 21. Church of St. Blaise

    St. Blaise is the patron saint of Dubrovnik and the devotion to the saint has always played an important role in the city. The guy is even shown on the Republic's flag so of course, there has to be a...

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  • 22. Ploce Gate

    4 out of 5 stars

    Dubrovnik, located in the sea on a cliff edge, is accessed through two gates, the Pile Gate and the Ploce gate. The Pile Gate on the west side is the main entrance to the old city. It opens directly...

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  • 23. Church of St. Ignatius

    4.5 out of 5 stars

    The Church of St. Ignatius overlooks the old town from a gracious vantage point atop a romantic set of baroque stairs modeled on the Spanish Steps in Rome. It is tucked away unassumingly in the square...

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  • 24. Island of Mljet

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    We make the excursion to the Island of Miljet by ourselves. There is a ferry that you can take from the New Harbour of Dubrovnik and takes a couple of hours to the island. We had a walk the...

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  • 25. Fort St. John

    The awe inspiring dimensions of St. John's Fortress would have been enough to deter many an attacker before it even reached the waters of the harbour that it was protecting. Apart from the thickness...

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