Visit the UNESCO town of Dubrovnik with its many historic buildings and panoramic views over the Adriatic sea!

Dubrovnik is one of the best known towns of Croatia for it’s beautiful ancient walled centre, many different churches and museums which can all be visited. It is an UNESCO heritage site and when visiting the town you can surely appreciate why.

The old town lends itself perfectly for strolling around and popping into a shop, church or museum along the way while getting a refreshment or something delicious to eat in one of the many bars and restaurants.

A must is definitely a walk around the city on its medieval broad city wall with its viewpoints – a great spot for some panoramic pictures!

Dubrovnik, Fontein Onofria, Kroatie vakantie

photo ©EMRE d.o.o.

Islands and beaches near Dubrovnik


Churches in Dubrovnik

  • Dubrovnik Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary, has one of most valuable treasuries in Europe
  • Church of St. Blaise, the image of St. Blaise is the symbol of the Dubrovnik Republic
  • Church of St. Ignatius, beautiful baroque staircase to Gundulic square
  • Franciscan Monastery, unique 14th century apothecary
  • Dominican Monastery, valuable collection of paintings by local artists and a vast library
  • Church and Monastery of Sigurata
  • Church of St. Savior, used as venue for concerts
  • Church of St. Sebastian, build near the Ploce gate as protection against the plague
  • Dubrovnik view from city wall

    photo ©EMRE d.o.o.

Museums in Dubrovnik

  • Dubrovnik Knezev dvor Museum (Ducal Palace Museum)
  • Ethnographic Museum-Rupe
  • City walls
  • Dominican Monastery Museum
    • May – October 09.00 – 18.00
    • November – April 09.00 – 17.00
  • Maritime Museum
  • Dubrovnik Cathedral Treasury
    • April – October 09.00 – 17.00 , Sundays & Holidays  11.00 – 17.00
    • November – March 10.00 – 12.00 + 15.00 -17.00, Sundays & Holidays 11.00 – 12.00 + 15.00 – 17.00
  • Home of the playwright Marin Drzic
    • Daily 09.00 – 20.00, closed on Mondays
  • Dubrovnik Aquarium – Biological Institute
  • Franciscan Monastery ‘Mala braca’ (Little Brothers) Museum
    • April – October 09.00 – 18.00
    • November – March 09.00 – 14.00
  • Museum-Orthodox Christian Church

Pharmacy Dubrovnik, Croatia

When visiting Dubrovnik you can buy – the Dubrovnik Card – which gives you a discount on your entrance to the city wall, museums, buses and much more. It’s wise to first calculate what you want and whether it’s a good option for you, all current pricing information is on the Dubrovnik Card website. There are tickets for 1, 3 or 7 days for sale, you also get an additional 10% discount at many restaurants and excursions. You must first buy the card online and when you are in Dubrovnik you can pick up the card with the voucher at one of the tourist offices:

  • Tourist Office PILE, Brsalje 5, at the entrance gate of the old town
  • Tourist Office GRUŽ, Obala Ivana Pavla II 1, at the main port on the north side of the city
  • Tourist Office LAPAD, Kralja Tomislava 7, in the district of Lapad

Tourist Information Centre Dubrovnik
address Brsalje 5, 20000 Dubrovnik
telephone +385 20 323 887
e-mail info@tzdubrovnik.hr
website www.tzdubrovnik.hr

airport Dubrovnik

Departure from the old harbour in Dubrovnik, Croatia

photo ©EMRE d.o.o.

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