It’s undeniable that Dubrovnik is the most beautiful UNESCO-listed city in the world. Old Towns’ impressive medieval architecture, marble streets, and breathtaking city walls, palaces, and churches are breathtaking. If you climb the top of Srđ Mountain, you will be able to admire the beautiful panoramic view of the magnificent Old Town and the Elaphiti Islands scattered along the coast.
It’s undeniable that Dubrovnik is the most beautiful UNESCO-listed city in the world. The city’s charm and beauty were not damaged at all by the consequences of the 1991 civil war. Within the Famous, stone walls surrounding the Old Town lay impressive medieval architecture, marble streets, and breathtaking city walls, palaces, and churches. During your walk, you can admire the well-preserved buildings that showcase Baroque, Renaissance, and Classic Gothic styles.
When you get on top of the city walls, you can soak in the spectacular ocean views and look out over the cityscape. Although this site is breathtaking, from the Mountain Srđ, you can view the best vista of the City of Dubrovnik. Board on the cable car for the 4-minute ride to the top. Awaiting you is an exceptional photo opportunity. The idyllic mountain vantage points provide a breathtaking view of the heart of the Old Town and the dramatic, scattered seascape of the neighboring Elaphiti Islands.
Beyond the historic city walls of the Old Town, there is an abundance of exciting and fun things to do in Dubrovnik. For the ultimate southern Croatia city experience, combine sightseeing expeditions with day trips and explorations of the vibrant local cafes, bars, restaurants, and shops. Visit the famous Gothic Rector’s Palace, which is now a museum, and hang out in the fashionable pedestrianized Stradun (or Placa). Wherever you go in Dubrovnik, you will be able to soak up the history, culture, and heritage of the stunning regal city. If you’re an avid Game of Thrones fan, don’t forget to visit the filming location where King’s Landing came to life. You can also take a ‘Walk of Shame’ from the top of the Jesuit Staircase, in Dubrovnik’s Gundulić Square, to Uz Jezuite Street.