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Franciscan Monastery

Franciscan Monastery

The 14th century Franciscan church and monastery enclosed in the walls of medieval Dubrovnik boasts one of the most beautiful Romanesque cloisters in Dalmatia. Within the monastery complex is...

Dubrovnik City Walls

Dubrovnik City Walls

The impressive walls enclosing the ancient city of Dubrovnik were laid out in the 13th century and became an ongoing work for almost two centuries. They are among the finest in the world and are...

Marin Drzic's House

Marin Drzic's House

Croatia's literary genius, Marin Drzic, has been immortalised by turning his Dubrovnik home into a museum which introduces visitors to the writer with a 40-minute presentation on his life and...

Cathedral Treasury

Cathedral Treasury

Dubrovnik has had three cathedrals on the same site during its long history. The first was a Byzantine building dating from the 7th century; the second a Romanesque Cathedral which was...

Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik Riviera

In close proximity to the city of Dubrovnik are numerous picturesque villages and resorts to visit and explore. About 11 miles (18km) away on the road to Split is the quiet bay of Zaton, with its...

War Photo Limited

War Photo Limited

Located in the historical centre of Dubrovnik, the War Photos exhibition space features temporary, changing exhibitions of photographic works relating to war and conflict. The photographs aim to...

Mljet Island

Mljet Island

Covered by forests, vineyards and small villages, Mljet Island is most famous for its national park, occupying the western half of the island. The main attractions in the national park are the...

Elafiti Islands

Elafiti Islands

A popular excursion from Dubrovnik is a day trip to the offshore islands of Kolocep, Lopud and Sipan, which are part of a larger archipelago northwest of Dubrovnik; they are the only...

Korcula Island

Korcula Island

One of the bigger Adriatic islands, Korcula Island boasts beautiful views, secluded beaches, vineyards and olive groves, and pretty towns and harbours. Korcula Town is the island's main...

Onofrio's Fountain

Onofrio's Fountain

Located in a small square near the Pila Gate and Franciscan Monastery, this large fountain was built in 1438 by the famous Italian architect from Naples, Onofrio della Cava. After...

Sponza Palace

Sponza Palace

Built between 1516 and 1522, the Sponza Palace was the center of medieval Dubrovnik, complete with a mint, a weights and measures office and a Custom-House, a place where the goods brought...

Dubrovnik Port

Dubrovnik Port

Lined with palm trees, Dubrovnik's Old Port is a major focal point of the city featuring breathtaking and unforgettable scenery. Located right next to the picturesque UNESCO World Heritage Site...

Stradun

Stradun

The biggest, longest and widest street in Dubrovnik, the Stradun dates back to the 13th century, while the uniform houses that line it were mostly built in the 17th century. The street is 958...

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