Also known as Ragusa, the city lies on the Adriatic Sea coast of Croatia. Dubrovnik is nicknamed "Pearl of the Adriatic" and is the perfect holiday hotspot if you’re looking for something other than the usual.
Things to do in Dubrovnik
Experience Dubrovnik in 5D
Known as the Visia Dubrovnik 5D Teatrum, this unusual new attraction takes visitors through the history of Dubrovnik by means of holograms, lasers and videos.
Take the Cable car
The gleaming orange cable car you see scaling the steep incline high up over the old town is both a tourist attraction and a piece of history.
Go Sea Kayaking
Dubrovnik's signature outdoor activity for visitors is sea kayaking on Lokrum Island. You need to go through a few paddling techniques in shallow, protected waters & the Adriatic is yours.
Take the ferry that shuttles half-hourly in summer to lush Lokrum Island, a national park with a rocky beach, a botanical garden and the ruins of a medieval Benedictine monastery.
No visit to Dubrovnik would be complete without a leisurely walk around the city walls. Built between the 13th and 16th centuries, these powerful walls are the finest in the world and Dubrovnik's main claim to fame.
Enjoy a pirate-style cruise that offers the best way to discover the Elafiti Islands and Green Islands. Savor traditional cuisine and bask in the tranquil ambiance and natural beauty harbored off the coast of Dubrovnik.