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A spectacular sea of red terracotta rooftops lining the shining Adriatic, holidays to Dubrovnik are Croatia’s biggest tourist draw. Walk the ancient city walls, taste the delicious Mediterranean seafood, explore the fascinating museum exhibits, plunge into the shining ocean, ride the cable car up to Mount Srđ for amazing panoramic views… and find yourself falling in love with Dubrovnik.
A Brief History
Founded in the seventh century as a Greek colony, Dubrovnik’s passed through many hands since, from the Byzantines to the Venetians, the French to the Austrians. Today it’s a proud symbol of the fledgling Republic of Croatia. This long, chequered history is there for all to see, from the UNESCO-protected Old City to buildings like the Arboretum Trsteno, the oldest arboretum in the world, and a 12th century monastic pharmacy that’s still in operation today.
Seeing the Sights
Despite its tiny size and population, Dubrovnik has an abundance of sights. The stunning Old Town, surrounded by two kilometres of city walls, provides a wealth of them, from the iconic bell tower to the Gothic renaissance palace, the towering fortress to the bustling port (not to mention all of the city’s churches and museums), but sunbathers will also revel in the mix of sand and pebble beaches, as well as excursions to beautiful islands like Lokrum and Koločep.
A Taste of the City
Dubrovnik is also renowned for its restaurants serving delicious and healthy Mediterranean cuisine. Expect exquisite seafood (like sea bass, grouper and oysters), olive oil and grilled vegetables, followed by mouthwatering desserts such as local crème caramel. Along with its fine restaurants, the city’s also home to many great cafes, bars and nightclubs.
Read our full-length guide to Dubrovnik to really get to know the city. Ready to book your stay in the Pearl of the Adriatic immediately? Take your pick of these great money-saving deals.