There’s a reason behind all the Dubrovnik hype: this city is absolutely filled with things to do that will keep any kind of traveler entertained. World class cuisine, the beautiful Adriatic Sea, UNESCO sites, charming streets to wander, fun souvenir shopping, and amazing museums are just some of the amazing things to do on your Dubrovnik trip. Some of my favorite restaurants were Azur (Asia-Mediterranean fusion), Taj Mahal (Bosnian food), and Stara Loza (Michelin starred and beautiful, perfect for a lighter meal). For a snack, try Soul Caffe or Peppino’s for gelato. Be sure to walk the city walls of Old Town Dubrovnik for the best views of the city, shop in Old Town’s Gundulic Square Market, catch sunset at cliffside Buza Bar, take a day trip around the Elaphiti Islands, wander one of the museums in Old Town, and go swimming in the sea if the weather is nice!
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From the Pile Gate into the ancient city, the Arch of the Renaissance style. After entering the ancient city, you can see the circular Big Oufuno fountain.
The entire old town is baroque and Gothic, with a medieval atmosphere. The
right fans must fight the ancient city of Kadbrovnik. The stone pillars of Orlando are carved by the most famous knight Roland in the Middle Ages. It is said that he helped the Dubrovnik people fight the enemy.
The Spanish-style step leading to the Jesuit Church is the location of the Queen of the Empress Walk of Shame.
In the old town, it is inevitable to go up and down the stairs, so it is recommended not to live in the ancient city, it is especially inconvenient to find a room with a suitcase.
The Old Town of Dubrovnik is the main location for the "Game of Thrones" Junlin City, and senior fans must check in. The
Dubrovnik Wall is a defensive stone wall surrounding the Old Town. It has stood in the south of Croatia since the 7th century and is considered to be one of the greatest defense systems of the Middle Ages and has never been destroyed. In 1979, the Old City of Dubrovnik and a large part of the city wall were included in the World Cultural Heritage List by UNESCO. Most of what we see now is built in the 12th and 17th centuries. It is 1940 meters long, almost a circle around the city, and the highest is 25 meters. It is the largest and most complete complex structural wall in Europe, protecting Dubrovnik. Five centuries of peace and prosperity.
The old town is now a famous tourist destination. Walking through the walls of Dubrovnik, you can not only enjoy the beautiful sea view outside the city, but also 360-degree view of the old city. The slate of the Old Town Street has been honed over the years.