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The City of Dubrovnik is humming with life the entire year around. The amazing excellence of the marble-clad Old Town is just to be found inside the city dividers. It is in every case loaded with individuals in the squares, in the little rear entryways, in the bistros, and in the bars. The spotless sea shores and the perfectly clear blue water encompassing the city dividers of Dubrovnik spellbind the guest with their appeal.
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    Top sights in Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik Old Town

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    Konavle Valley

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    Lovrijenac

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    Walls of Dubrovnik

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    Lokrum

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    City Harbor, Dubrovnik

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    Roland's Column

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    Stradun

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    Best Things to Do in Dubrovnik

    Dubrovnik is an unquestionable requirement to see the city! Set against a setting of a cobalt blue ocean, the old town dividers have secured its building treasures in a pretty bundle for quite a long time. When visiting this diamond on the Adriatic coast, you’ll guarantee to return once more.

    Stradun
    Cleared in limestone that sparkles like water in the daylight, the pedestrian street from the eleventh century goes through the core of the old town and is mainstream day and night.

    Dubrovnik Cathedral
    Committed to St. Blaise, the present eighteenth-century Baroque structure remains on the site of past houses of God. A gold-plated arm, leg, and skull of the holy person are in the treasury.

    Dubrovnik Synagogue
    Located on Ulica Žudioska (Jewish Street), it’s the world’s oldest Sephardic synagogue still in use and dates to 1408. It’s also the second oldest in Europe, the one in Prague is the oldest.

    City Walls of Dubrovnik
    The development of the divider to circle the city began in the ninth century. It experienced further upgrades, including the expansion of 15 fortresses, in the fifteenth century.

    Lovrijenac
    Based upon a stone 121 feet over the ocean, the post dates to the mid-fourteenth century. The engraving over the passageway peruses: Freedom isn’t sold for all the gold on the planet.

    Koločep
    Otherwise called Kalamota Island, this serene spot is a brisk outing from Dubrovnik. Appreciate a plunge in the completely clear waters or an oar by kayak through the Blue Cave.

    Planning Your Dubrovnik Visit

    How many days to spend in Dubrovnik?

    Obviously, not every person has seven days to save, yet to genuinely acknowledge what Dubrovnik has to offer, we recommend spending at least four days there. This will let you take in the significant sights, with enough time left over to kick back, unwind and absorb the air.

    Getting around

    You’ll possibly require your own two feet when visiting the attractions in the old town. From the start, it might appear to be an intricate labyrinth to explore, yet it’s amusing to investigate. You’ll see one side of the Stradun is level, while the opposite side is steep in parts. Transports 1A, 1B and 1C run routinely between the old town and the primary bus stop.

    Is Dubrovnik safe?

    Dubrovnik is viewed as a safe city for everybody, so it is perfectly safe to walk the roads of all city regions during the day or night.

    Good to know

    Language

    Croatian

    Currency

    Croatian Kuna (kn)

    Country Code

    +385

    Time Zone

    UTC (+01:00)

    Best time to visit

    The voyage ships and ‘Round of Thrones’ fans flood the city from May to August. Its best to visit during the pre-summer when you can meander the city unreservedly and the climate warm yet not yet at top warmth. Remember the vessels to the islands are rare during the slow time of year.

    What people are saying about Dubrovnik

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Great tour of Dubrovnik, inc info for GoT
    Great tour of Dubrovnik including lots of information on the filming and locations of Game of thrones. Our guide was Joseph who was very informative and enjoyed teaching us about the Game of Thrones information. He didn’t rush the tour and there were just enough people to make sure it ran smoothly. To begin with, there were too many people and they split us into groups of 2. It was a good time of day to do the tour at 11 am, a bit can imagine it would be too hot in the summer months to so it at this time. I had a great day and would definitely recommend this tour.

    Dubrovnik: 2-Hour Game of Thrones Tour reviewed by Michelle

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Local knowledge and passion – early to beat the crowds
    We met our guide Monika for an early morning walk to avoid the large tour groups. Monika was articulate, passionate and humorous in her description of this beautiful city. Her input enriched the understanding we had already gained after a few days in the town. We learned history – both old and more recent – which is very rich and was delivered with a personal and local flavor. We also gained some insight into life in this old town on the current day. I would highly recommend this tour to ensure a full appreciation of the old city of Dubrovnik.

    Dubrovnik: Old Town Walking Tour – Small Group reviewed by KIM

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ An excellent tour with a wonderful guide
    A perfect start to our short break. We were shown all the main city sights and given a detailed, often humorous, history of the town. Marco, our guide, was a star – relaxed, funny, very knowledgable and personable. He interacted so well with everything in the group-young and not so young! The supplied headset meant that you could hear clearly everything being described. A highly recommended tour for all ages

    Dubrovnik: 1.5-Hour Old Town Guided Walking Tour reviewed by Eric

    ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Adam is the secret highlight of the tour
    We had the pleasure of seeing Mostar and Kravica Waterfalls via Laus Tours. The pick up was uncomplicated and well communicated and the minivan was just big enough to allow for the group to get to know each other. There was plenty of time in both places to roam around and see all your heart desired. The highlight of the tour, however, was our guide Adam. God knows how he comes up with his jokes but he made the whole bus belly laugh throughout. No matter what topic you throw at him, he’ll have something to say about it – and it’s always well researched. A walking encyclopedia/stand up comedian, we would take any tour anywhere as long as it’s led by this little legend. Highly recommended!

    From Dubrovnik: Mostar and Kravice Waterfalls Full-Day Tour reviewed by Karl

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