About Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a city in southern Croatia fronting the Adriatic Sea. It's known for its distinctive Old Town, encircled with massive stone walls completed in the 16th century. Its well-preserved buildings range from baroque St. Blaise Church to Renaissance Sponza Palace and Gothic Rector’s Palace, now a history museum. Paved with limestone, the pedestrianized Stradun (or Placa) is lined with shops and restaurants. Baroque Dubrovnik Cathedral displays a polyptych (multi-panel painting) by renowned Venetian artist Titian as well as more than 200 gold and silver reliquaries from the 11th–18th centuries. Many of the city's beaches are pebbly, with clear waters. Banje is the main beach, with deck chairs for rent. Late-night bars and beachside clubs are highlights of the city's thriving nightlife scene. An orchestra, modern-art museum, and many art galleries make it a cultural hub, as does the annual Dubrovnik Summer Festival, filling Old Town’s streets with open-air music, theater, and dance shows from July to August.

Korčula is a Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea. The island is known for its dense forest and the ancient Greeks called the island Black Korcula for this reason. Korčula is one of Croatia’s most treasured islands. Generally, events on the island center around the summer months are the peak season when there are more people around to enjoy all the festivities.

Mljet is the southernmost and easternmost of the larger Adriatic islands of the Dalmatia region of Croatia. The National Park includes the western part of the island, Veliko jezero, Malo jezero, Soline Bay, and a sea belt 500 m wide from the most prominent cape of Mljet. The main places on Mljet are Sobra, Pomena, which probably has the most tourist facilities, Polace and Govedjari.

Lokrum is an island in the Adriatic Sea 600 meters from the city of Dubrovnik. Austrian archduke Maximilian once had a holiday home on the island. A monastery and a botanical garden survive from his era. On the island's highest point at 315 feet above sea level stands Fort Royal Castle, which was built by the French during Napoleon's occupation of Croatia, though it was later named "Maximilian's Tower" by the Austrians.
Rector's Palace

Rector's Palace is a palace in the city of Dubrovnik that used to serve as the seat of the Rector of the Republic of Ragusa between the 14th century and 1808. It was also the seat of the Minor Council and the state administration. The rector's palace was built in the Gothic style, but it also has Renaissance and Baroque elements, harmoniously combining these elements.

Fort Lovrijenac or St. Lawrence Fortress often called "Dubrovnik's Gibraltar", is a fortress and theater outside the western wall of the city of Dubrovnik in Croatia, 37 meters above sea level. It is located on a large cliff just outside the western edge of Dubrovnik’s city walls. Lovrijenac's use as a stage was a recent addition to the history of the fort, and the performance of Shakespeare's Hamlet has become the symbol of the Dubrovnik Summer Festival.

Šipan also Sipano is the largest of the Elaphiti Islands, 17 km northwest of Dubrovnik separated from the mainland coast by the Koločepski Channel. It is conveniently connected with daily ferry boat line with Dubrovnik, Sipan is a popular island to visit from Dubrovnik. Sipan is famous for its wine and for its delightfully laid-back ambiance.
Trsteno Arboretum

Trsteno Arboretum, located in Trsteno, Croatia, is the oldest arboretum in this part of the world. The arboretum was erected by the local noble family Gucetic and Gozze in the late 15th century, who requested ship captains to bring back seeds and plants from their travels. It includes a park surrounding the fifteenth-century summer residence, which is a monument of garden architecture, and a nineteenth-century park at Drvarica. The pride of the arboretum, two Oriental Planes trees located on the central market place of Trsteno are over 500 years old and are unique specimens of their kind in Europe.
Walls of Dubrovnik

Walls of Dubrovnik are a series of defensive stone walls surrounding the city of Dubrovnik in southern Croatia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. They have been considered to be amongst the great fortification systems of the Middle Ages, as they were never breached by a hostile army during this time period.
Dominican Monastery

Dominican monastery is located in the eastern part of the city, close to the inner Ploce gate where it merges with the City walls. Dominican monastery is one of the most important architectural parts of Dubrovnik and a major treasury of cultural and artistic heritage in Dubrovnik as the museum of the monastery exhibits many paintings, artifacts, jewelry, and other items from the rich history of Dubrovnik.
Elaphiti Islands

Elaphiti Islands or the Elaphites is a small archipelago consisting of several islands stretching northwest of Dubrovnik, in the Adriatic Sea. The islands are covered with characteristic Mediterranean evergreen vegetation and attract large numbers of tourists during the summer tourist season due to their beaches and pristine scenery.
Best Time To Visit Dubrovnik

The best time to visit Dubrovnik is from October to May.

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