Why visit Dubrovnik?

The Adriatic Sea fronts the city of Dubrovnik in southern Croatia. It is well-known for its unique Old Town, which is surrounded by thick stone walls that were built in the sixteenth century. Its well-preserved structures include the Gothic Rector's Palace, which is now a history museum, the Renaissance Sponza Palace, and the baroque St. Blaise Church. The pedestrianized Stradun (or Placa), lined with stores and eateries, is paved with limestone.

Things Polari Travel recommend to do while in Dubrovnik

  • City Walls

  • Old Town

  • Cable car

  • Dubrovnik Cathedral

  • Lovrijenac Fort

  • St. John Fortress

  • Franciscan Monastery

  • Sponza Palace

  • Clock Tower

  • Church of St. Blaise

  • Orlando’s Column

  • Lokrum Island


  • Trsteno Arboretum

+ many more 

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