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Romantic Dubrovnik

There are many reasons to visit Dubrovnik and many more if you decide to go on a romantic getaway with your better half. This beautiful Croatian city is also known as the Pearl of the Adriatic (defined as such by Lord Byron) and it has such extraordinary beauty that even UNESCO thinks it´s quite special. […]

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Dubrovnik Markets

It’s been said that the best place to get a taste of a city’s culture is at its local markets. While tourist attractions, architecture and guided tours have their place, you’re missing out if you don’t spend a few hours browsing the local market stalls and chatting up locals. Dubrovnik is a prime example of […]

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Dubrovnik Shakespeare Festival

If you come to the famous “Jewel of the Adriatic” from the 23rd of April to the 7th of May, you can attend a cultural event that is definitively worth visiting.  This is a festival to honor the great creator of classics like Hamlet and Romeo and Juliet; Sir William Shakespeare. This festival is aimed […]

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Have you ever heard of “the pearl of the Adriatic”? Most probably you’ve heard of it, because that is how Dubrovnik is called. Long ago, this beautiful city of the region of Dalmatia, was given this nickname, because of the real cultural and scientific oasis it was. It was also called “the Athens of Dalmatian”. […]

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Dubrovnik carnival

It is always a great idea to visit Dubrovnik during its traditional carnival. Dubrovnik has little to envy the carnivals in Rio or Venice.  Even though Dubrovnik carnival is smaller, doesn’t mean that you can’t have big fun here. Welcome to the Eastern European carnivals! The Carnival of Dubrovnik is a Croatian traditional festival dating […]

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We are still adding new proposals to visit the Croatian city of Dubrovnik. On this occasion we´re not going to move far from the Old Town. We are going to visit the city´s Franciscan Monastery. The construction of the Franciscan Monastery of Dubrovnik began in 1234 outside the medieval town. Being outside of the walled city and facing […]

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Christmas Market in the Sponza Palace

The former capital of Dalmatia, now Croatia, not only is one of those gems protected by UNESCO, but is also a first order holiday destination. It has everything: sea, beaches, good climate, Mediterranean food, a beautiful cultural and a monumental heritage. Dubrovnik Also strives to  organize cultural programs for cosmopolitan travelers. It is also known […]

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Each city has its particular customs, and many of these are very old. Usually, we tend to relate a culture and country’s most “traditional” aspects with places outside the city. Thus, we find it easy to believe that the most archaic traditions are best preserved outside the big cities, where modernity often dismantles the old […]

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The Dubrovnik Walls

Dubrovnik is a coastal city bathed by the Adriatic Sea where one will find beautiful beaches with unusual charm. Located south of Croatia, it is the capital of theDubrovnik-NeretvaCountyand a place full of elegance with buildings that take us back to times when luxury and ostentation were most desirable. This city that was once dominated […]

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