If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik.
George Bernard ShawOff-season Dubrovnik
lures with good weather, less crowded streets, and lower accommodation prices. It isn't just the city's romantic setting on the Adriatic Sea, but also its architecture, that make you feel you are in a special place while in Dubrovnik. Cast between the mountains and the sea on a rocky peninsula, Dubrovnik Old Town offers numerous historical sightseeing attractions, all surrounded by medieval City Walls
. Take a short flight to Dubrovnik, enjoy the Mediterranean weather, and discover the city's historical sites!
The Old Town
of Dubrovnik, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site
, is nowadays a pedestrian-only zone with beautiful narrow cobbled streets and buildings ranging in architectural styles from Renaissance, Gothic, and Baroque, to Dubrovnik's fortification system dating back to the Middle Ages. Stroll through the streets of the Old Town, enjoy the atmosphere of the city, try some specialities of the local cuisine, and make sure you don't miss the opportunity to taste the regional wine from Dalmatia!
worth visiting: City Walls, Old Port, The Rector's Palace, Stradun - the main street of the Old Town, St. Saviour Church from the 16th century, and the 15th century Large Onofrio's Fountain. Dubrovnik Cable Car is probably the best option to see the city's panorama and take some amazing pictures of the place.
How to get to Dubrovnik
: by plane; Dubrovnik Airport, located approximately 12 miles from the city centre, receives flights from major cities in the United Kingdom. Pick up your car hire at Dubrovnik Airport and set off on an adventure!