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HOLIDAYS IN DUBROVNIK

Dubrovnik is situated to the southernmost part of the Croatia, its flagship attraction Dubrovnik Old city itself is a priceless pearl, a UNESCO World Heritage site on the south shores of the Adriatic Sea. It boasts a perfect climate, awe-inspiring natural beauties, rich historical heritage, and diverse tourist offering, Dubrovnik is without doubt the most treasured and most frequently visited destination of the Dubrovnik Riviera.

Dubrovnik's tempestuous past dates all the way back to ancient times which has wrote a history filled with thrilling adventures, legends and battles. Throughout the middle ages the walled city state thrived through extensive trade with other maritime ports such as Genoa, Pisa and Venice. So notorious at the time for its wealth, education, art and architecture it became the envy of Venice and its Republic. Every aspect of it past helped build and forge the spectacular city we see today, it is no wonder it was chosen by HBO's series 'Game of Thrones' for one of its filming location.

For those more interested in the typical sun holiday - spending the day sun bathing and swimming over viewing the historical sights of the 'Old Town', there are many areas inside the old town which have access to the sea, and just outside the city walls the 'Banje' beach offers the sun worshipper the perfect haven. The Lapad Peninsula, approximately three and a half kilometres to the west of Dubrovnik's Old Town, is dotted with pleasant beaches, bars, cafes, restaurants and the majority of hotels in Dubrovnik.

Dubrovnik doesn't lose any of its brilliance at night. There are numerous restaurants, nightclubs and cocktail bars to choose from. For those in the mood for a relaxed night out, there is a rich offering of restaurants, ranging from pizza to fine dining venues. It is highly recommended to try the seafood dishes when in Dubrovnik, just like all of Croatia but if fish is not your thing a wood fire beef steak will not be hard to find, but hard to forget.

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DUBROVNIK'S ACCOMMODATION

The accommodation in Dubrovnik is split up into three areas, The Old City, the Lapad and Babin Kuk Peninsulas. There are no hotels inside the actual walls of the old city, however we have sourced some hotels and private accommodation only three minutes from the gates. The Lapad and Babin Kuk peninsulas are home to the majority of the hotels in Dubrovnik, with each region being only ten minutes bus/ taxi ride from the old town.

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ACTIVITIES & EVENTS IN DUBROVNIK

Dubrovnik has many events that take place throughout the year in this gem of a town, but we will try to mention a few. The Dubrovnik Summer Festival is undoubtedly the largest and most representative cultural manifestation in Dubrovnik when the entire city and many of its guests participate. During the festival days, many indoor and outdoor spots in the old city become a stage for a number of operas, dramas and dance performances, concerts and numerous exhibitions. Dubrovnik's cultural offer is very wide, and completes the cinematic art, known as Libertas Film Festival. Don't miss The 'Lindjo' Folklore Ensemble performances or the Maraton Ladja (an annual race at the Neretva River from Metkovic to Ploce near Dubrovnik). The Dubrovnik International Wine and Jazz Festival showcases world-class artists from across the jazz spectrum, coupled with a selection of top quality Croatian wines.

The old city of Dubrovnik is a living fully pedestrianised walled city, walking its narrow streets covered in polished limestone that mimics marble footpaths. You can soak up the romantic atmosphere, admire the beauty of its Romanesque, Gothic and Renaissance architecture like the famous Sponza Palace, Rector's Palace or Franciscan Monastery. Explore the city's rich gastronomic offer or sit and watch the world go by over a coffee on the city's main street, Stradun. A must do when in Dubrovnik is to walk the city walls, here you will be left breathless not just form climbing steps but from the spectacular scenery on offer. Overlooking the Old City from within and outward over modern Dubrovnik this really is something that should not be missed when in Dubrovnik.

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