Dubrovnik is one of the most attractive towns in Croatia and also a renowned tourist center on the Adriatic coast. Via Dubrovnik airport, the Adriatic Highway and its bustling seaport, Dubrovnik is very well connected with the rest of the world. The climate of Dubrovnik is marked by warm (hot!) dry summers and mild winters. Along with Hvar, Dubrovnik has among the highest number of sunny days. Since 1979. Dubrovnik is on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites along with the famous Plitvice lakes, Diocletian Palace in Split and more...
When visiting Dubrovnik, don't miss out on a walk on the Old town city walls, everyone will tell you that. If you plan to visit museums and other top attractions in Dubrovnik, including the City Walls, you can save up to 50% by getting a Dubrovnik Card.
Dubrovnik city is an unique attraction for itself and boasts many cultural, historic, religious sites, so everyone can find something of his interest. We encourage you to explore the list of sites in Dubrovnik that is located further down the page.
WHEN TO VISIT DUBROVNIK
Yes, everybody visits Dubrovnik during summer. In July and August, it is literally impossible to enjoy what Dubrovnik offers you. Depending on the day, there can even be up to 15.000 guest within the city walls pushing their way in or out. But again, spending a whole day on the beach or in the countryside to avoid the hustle and going to the Old town in the evening is the right thing to do!
What do we say? Visit Dubrovnik in May, June, September or October if possible.
HOW TO GET TO DUBROVNIK
Best was to visit Dubrovnik is by plane. If you are coming with a car, prepare yourself for heavy traffic and waiting at borders. We have gathered all travel in our Travel information category, but here is a short-cut for Dubrovnik travel info:
Video: Dubrovnik Timelapse by Boris Basic