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Dubrovnik is widely considered to be one of the most beautiful UNESCO World Heritage site listed cities in the world. Not even severe shelling during the 1991 civil war managed to damage its charm and beauty. The city is encircled by imposing ancient stone walls that are famous in their own right. Located within the protective city walls are elegant marbled streets, magnificent medieval architecture, and a wealth of historic churches and palaces. Take a walk and admire the well-preserved buildings that showcase Baroque, Renaissance and Gothic classic styles.

From the top of the city walls you can enjoy spectacular ocean views and also look out over the cityscape. Although the sight is breathtaking, the best panoramic vistas of Dubrovnik’s beautiful Old Town can be viewed from the summit of Mount Srđ. Hop aboard the cable car for the 4-minute ride to the top. Awaiting you is an exceptional photo opportunity. The heart of the Old Town, and the dramatic seascape of the neighbouring Elaphiti Islands that are scattered along the coastline, can be viewed from the idyllic mountain vantage point.

Beyond the historic city walls of the Old Town there is an abundance of interesting and fun things to do on your Dubrovnik holiday. For the ultimate southern Croatia city experience, combine sightseeing expeditions with day trips and explorations of the vibrant local cafes, bars, restaurants and shops. Visit the famous Gothic Rector’s Palace, which is now a museum, and hang out in the fashionable pedestrianised Stradun (or Placa). Wherever you go in Dubrovnik, you will be able to soak up the history, culture and heritage of the stunning regal city. If you’re an avid Game of Thrones fan, don’t forget to visit the filming location where King’s Landing was brought to life. You can also take a ‘Walk of Shame’ from the top of the Jesuit Staircase, in Dubrovnic’s Gundulic Square, to Uz Jezuite Street.

Dubrovnik At A Glance

Average Flight Time from the UK to Dubrovnik: 2hours 45mins

Population of Dubrovnik:

What to See in Dubrovnik: 
Take a cable car and enjoy spectacular views, Discover the City Walls, Discover the magic of the Old Town, Game of Thrones tour, Sea Kayak Tour, Lokrum Island

Towns or islands to visit near Dubrovnik:  Daytrip to Montenegro or Bosnia Herzegovina, Mljet National Park, Korcula Island, Lopud Island, Sipan Island

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Cruises from Dubrovnik

  • 7 Night Deluxe Dubrovnik to Split Cruise

    Discover the breathtaking Dalmatian coast from the UNESCO listed walled city of Dubrovnik to magnificent...
    • 7 nights
    • Price From: £1,295
    • Board: Breakfast & Lunch
  • 7 Night Deluxe Split to Dubrovnik Cruise

    Deluxe cruise from Split to Dubrovnik enjoying overnight stops at Trogir, Hvar, Vis, Korcula, Slano
    • 7 nights
    • Price From: £1,295
    • Board: Breakfast & Lunch
  • 7 Night Signature Dubrovnik to Opatija Cruise

    Explore the full length of the magnificent Croatian coast from Dubrovnik to Opatija. Enjoy a highly...
    • 7 nights
    • Price From: £1,495
    • Board: Breakfast & Lunch
  • 7 Night Signature Dubrovnik to Split Cruise

    Discover the breathtaking Dalmatian coast on board a beautiful Adults Only vessel with private balconies.
    • 7 nights
    • Price From: £1,495
    • Board: Breakfast & Lunch
  • 7 Night Superior Dubrovnik to Split Cruise

    Stops in: Stops in: Dubrovnik, Mljet, Korčula, Vis, Biševo, Hvar, Brač, Omiš & Split, Half
    • 7 nights
    • Price From: £1,095
    • Board: Breakfast & Lunch

Twin & Multi-Centre Holidays in Dubrovnik

  • 10 night – Split, Hvar and Dubrovnik Honeymoon Package

    3 nights in historic Split, 4 nights in charming Hvar and 3 nights in Dubrovnik staying in 4 or...
    • 10 nights
    • Price From: £1,495
    • Board: B&B
  • Dubrovnik and Sipan Twin Centre Holiday

    3 nights in Dubrovnik and 4 nights in peaceful Sipan island, staying in 4 and 5-star hotels. This
    • 7, 10, 14 nights
    • Price From: £1,195
    • Board: B&B
  • Dubrovnik, Korcula and Split Multi Centre Holiday

    3 nights in Split, 4 nights in Korcula and 3 nights in Dubrovnik in 4 star hotels on a B&B basis
    • 7, 10, 14 nights
    • Price From: £995
    • Board: B&B
  • Hvar & Dubrovnik Twin Centre Holiday

    3 nights in Dubrovnik and 4 nights on the jet-set island of Hvar, staying in 4 star hotels. This...
    • 7, 10, 14 nights
    • Price From: £1,395
    • Board: B&B
  • Split & Dubrovnik Activity Holiday

    7 Night multi-activity holiday to Split and Dubrovnik including kayaking, cycling, canyoning and
    • 7 nights
    • Price From: £1,395
    • Board: Breakfast & Lunch

Things to do in Dubrovnik

  • Dubrovnik Old Town

    Admire Dubrovnik’s Historic Charm

    Encircled by imposing medieval stone walls, the beautiful coastal city of Dubrovnik simply oozes elegance, character and charm. Admire the rugged coastline that separates the calm crystalline turquoise Adriatic Sea from the
    magnificent UNESCO World Heritage site of the Old Town. Take a wander through the cobblestone streets and alleyways, and discover the stunning historic architecture of the churches, palaces and elegant villas. The cultural hub also boasts museums, galleries, and stylish cafes and restaurants.

  • Dubrovnik Cable Car

    Enjoy Breathtaking Vistas

    To fully appreciate the beauty of the charming city of Dubrovnik, it’s necessary to hop aboard the famous Dubrovnik Cable Car, which was built in 1969. To reach the top of Mount Srd takes only 4 minutes! From the summit, situated 778 metres from ground level, you can feast your eyes on breathtaking views over the city and 40 miles out across the sparkling Adriatic Sea. Enjoy unlimited photo opportunities in Dubrovnik’s prime panoramic location.

  • Dubrovnik City Walls

    Step Back In Time

    Take a leisurely stroll along the top of the 1940 metres long, ancient stone walls that encircle the beautiful city of Dubrovnik, and imagine yourself transported back in time. From the exclusive vantage point, you can admire the distinctive red roofs of the clustered houses, and view St John’s Fortress and the Lovrijenac Fortress. In the opposite direction, you’ll be able to see Buza beach and colourful painted sailing boats bobbing on the shimmering waters.

Restaurants in Dubrovnik

  • Restaurant Dubrovnik

    Restaurant Dubrovnik

    Widely considered to be one of the best eateries in the entire city, Restaurant Dubrovnik certainly has a reputation to maintain. The stylish restaurant is located within easy reach of the bustling pedestrian-only Stradun and the busy, popular Green market. On the menu of this Michelin rated restaurant is classic Croatian and Mediterranean style cuisine that is served with a distinctly modern Dalmatian twist. Enjoy an unforgettable fine dining experience on the romantic rooftop terrace.

  • Restaurant Zuzori, Dubrovnik

    Restaurant Zuzori

    Conveniently situated in the heart of Dubrovnik’s charming and historic Old Town, Restaurant Zuzori is quickly becoming one of the top must-visit restaurants in the city. The restaurant prides itself on serving an imaginative menu of seasonal produce, fresh Adriatic seafood, and classic pasta dishes and salads. There’s also a great selection of vegetarian options to choose from. Dine alfresco and enjoy delicious food and wine whilst admiring the spectacular view of the Old Town.

  • Taverna Otto, Dubrovnik

    Taverna Otto

    Dining at Taverna Otto gives you an opportunity to enjoy an authentic Croatian welcome and tasty traditional cuisine. The restaurant’s spacious canopied outdoor terrace is the perfect spot in which to enjoy a delicious lunch or a romantic dinner for two. In you prefer to eat inside, in the atmospheric cellar dining room, you can enjoy live entertainment with your meal. On the menu, you’ll find appetizing starters and fresh fish and meat main courses.

Hotels in Dubrovnik