Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik enchants each visitor with it city walls, fortresses, numerous valuable sacral objects and museums.

Because of its monumental walls and well preserved cultural monuments, Dubrovnik has been included in UNESCO's Register of World Architectural Heritage in 197.

In the region itself are 168 protected historical sites, traditional settlements, 1436 protected historical buildings churches, monasteries and other complexes... plus, whole regions of landscapes with historical features.

Synagogue

Synagogue Dubrovnik

The story tells that the Synagogue in Dubrovnik was established in 1352. but gained legal status in 1408. which still makes it the second oldest synagogue in Europe.

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Church of St Blaise

Church of St Blaise  Dubrovnik

Opposite to the Sponza palace (Divona) there is a church dedicated to the patron saint of Dubrovnik, St.Blaise (Sv.Vlaho). It was erected in 1715. in the Venetian baroque style, and it is the work of the well-known Italian architect Gropelli.

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Karaka

Karaka Dubrovnik

Discover the history of the Dubrovnik Republic on this magnificent replica of the 16th century traditional carrack.

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Dubrovnik City Walls

Dubrovnik City Walls

The walls were built from the 13th to the 18th century, constantly added to and strengthened, without ever having to be used for the purpose for which they were built, thanks to the skillful diplomacy of Dubrovnik.

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Dubrovnik Sea Aquarium

Dubrovnik Sea Aquarium

The aquarium is located on the ground floor of the 700 year old St John's fortress on the southeastern side of the old city port and is stocked with various sea life.

Closed due to renovations, opening in spring 2021.

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Porporela

Porporela, author Bracodbk

A the end of the Old port, there is a pier with a red beacon at the end. A lovely place to sit and think.

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Pile Gate

Pile Gate Dubrovnik

Trough this Gate, the French army led by Napoleon entered Ragusa 1806. Soon after, the Republic was abolished.

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Stradun

Stradun Dubrovnik

The Stradun is the biggest, longest and widest street in Dubrovnik, of which its inhabitants are proud.

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Sponza palace

Sponza palace Dubrovnik

At the very end of the Stradun, on its north-east side, the most splendid profane building, the Sponza palace, was built in the period from 1516. to 1521. as a commercial centre of medieval Dubrovnik with a mint, a Custom-House, a weights and measures office, etc.

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Cable Car

Cable Car Dubrovnik

From Srđ hill, without doubt, you have the most beautiful view of Dubrovnik and its surrounding area.

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