Croatia’s many attractions include its 1,778km coastline, dotted with 1,244 tiny islands, 50 of which are inhabited today and the ‘pearl of the Adriatic’, Dubrovnik famed for its UNESCO World Heritage listed Old Town. Its city walls were constructed in the 10th century and fortified in 1453 and exploring the many listed buildings within the walls is one of the big draws for this city. From palaces, to gates, fountains, monasteries and a cathedral there is plenty to see. The cable car which was built in 1969, and subsequently destroyed during the war has now been restored and in 3 minutes takes visitors on a must-do journey to the top of Mount Srd. At the top of the mount is the newly opened Museum of the Croatian War of Independence which shows how Dubrovnik defended itself during the 1991-95 war.
Explore the medieval Old Town of Dubrovnik and admire the city’s vast expanse of historical architecture from the heights of Mount Srd that stands 413 metres and overlooks the town
Try the famous “dalmatinska pašticada” (Dalmatian stew) a meat dish that takes two days to prepare
Visit during the Dubrovnik Summer Festival in July & August with a wide variety of music, dance and theatre performances
If you plan to visit many museums it’s well worth purchasing the Dubrovnik Card that gives entry into all the museums and free bus transport
Take a day trip to the island of Lokrum or the pretty coastal town of Cavat for the chance to kick back and enjoy a few hours swimming and sunbathing in the wonderfully clear Adriatic
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