Dubrovnik is often cited as one of the most beautiful cities in the world due to the preserved history within the walls of Dubrovnik Old Town. Romantic sunsets, cobbled streets that never sleep and a historic atmosphere is weaved into every stone in the Old Town.
Dubrovnik’s Old Town is famous for a reason and in 1979 became a UNESCO World Heritage Site which allows the true beauty of the gothic architecture to be meticulously restored and celebrated.
Through the summer, Dubrovnik hosts the annual Dubrovnik Summer Festival which features live plays, concerts and games and has been awarded for its efforts. The town is alive through the day and night all summer, with entertainment, bars, and restaurants to delight and satisfy. Dubrovnik welcomes tourists through authentic Croatian dishes and freshly caught seafood which is expertly prepared with Croatian olive oil and served with local wines.
Dubrovnik is surrounded by pristine beaches and the crystal-clear Adriatic, with boat trips to nearby islands taking place often. There is an adventure to be had in the waters surrounding Dubrovnik, where water sports allow you to explore the Adriatic at high speed.