From its spellbinding city walls to the colourful city life, it’s a destination not to be missed

Experience Dubrovnik

a unique fusion of historical sights and pristine beaches

Spirit of Dubrovnik, this stunning medieval stone walled city rising proudly from the blue Adriatic is summed up in its passionate motto of “Libertas”: freedom. Today, Dubrovnik is one of the Europe’s most attractive tourist destinations and its worldwide fame is well deserved. Even though the grand fortification encircling the Unesco protected old town is the first sight you see upon arrival, its interior is just as impressive. As you walk through the streets heaving with people, take a moment to savour the vista of the shining paving stones of Stradun, the heart of the city.

A sightseers delight, Dubrovnik offers much more than historical treasures. Numerous festivals, galleries and museums are a definite must see, while avid travellers will find delight in the vast selection of accommodation choices, fantastic restaurants offering the best of Croatian and international cuisine and busting cafés and nightclubs. String of beaches ranging from white pebble to wild and tranquil rock sanctuaries will ensure you don’t miss out on all the fun in the sun.


  • World renowned Old City

  • Art & culture

  • Pristine beaches

  • Wine & Dine

  • „IT“ destination

  • Events and festivals

Culture & History in Dubrovnik

667 The first written source about the town. An anonymous cartographer from Ravenna noted the name of the city in its Latin form Ragusa-Ragusium
1181 The first time Comunitas Ragusina (Dubrovnik Municipality) is mentioned.
1358 The end of Venetian rule over Dubrovnik. With the end of Venetian sovereignty in Dubrovnik, the town became a part of the Kingdom of Dalmatia and Croatia.
1526 Dubrovnik recognised the Turkish Sultan and remained under his protection as an independent merchant republic until the end of its statehood.
1667 A terrible earthquake destroyed the foundations of Dubrovnik, during which 4000 people lost their lives.
1808 Napoleon’s Marshal Marmont made the decision to irrevocably extinguish the Republic of Dubrovnik.
1815 Dubrovnik was annexed to Austria as a part of the Kingdom of Dalmatia.
1918 The Croatian Parliament breaks off all relations with Hungary and Austria. Dubrovnik becomes a part of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes.
1950 Five years after the end of the Second World War, the first Dubrovnik Summer Festival is held. Today, this open air festival of music and theatre is one of the most important cultural events in Croatia.
1991 up to today After the end of the Homeland War, during which Dubrovnik suffered much destruction, life has returned to normal. Today Dubrovnik is one of Europe’s most famous tourist destinations.
Solitudo Sunny Camping

Solitudo Sunny Camping

From 50€ per pitch per day
Valamar Argosy Hotel

Valamar Argosy Hotel

From 209€ per room per night
Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik Hotel

Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik Hotel

From 174€ per room per night
Club Dubrovnik Sunny Hotel by Valamar

Club Dubrovnik Sunny Hotel by Valamar

From 161€ per room per night
Tirena Sunny Hotel by Valamar

Tirena Sunny Hotel by Valamar

From 142€ per room per night

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  • Airport Dubrovnik, Čilipi (DBV), Croatia, 17 km from Dubrovnik

  • Airport Split (SPU), Croatia, 211 km from Dubrovnik

By train

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  • Split, 211 km from Dubrovnika + 385 21 338 525

  • Ploče, 90 km from Dubrovnika + 385 20 679 903

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