During your stay in Dubrovnik, we recommend:
Dubrovnik City Walls - You must pay a visit to the Dubrovnik ramparts and the Old Town itself, which is under UNESCO protection as one of the most important World Heritage Monuments.
Lokrum - Lokrum is the most beautiful of the islands in the Dubrovnik archipelago and is the former summer residence of the Habsburg Maxmillian. It has lush Mediterranean vegetation, magnolias, agaves and palm trees. Due to its exceptional beauty, it has been proclaimed a special reserve of forest vegetation. A small boat ferries you across from the Old Town harbor.
Trsteno and the Arboretum - Visit Trsteno and the old Renaissance botanical garden with its collection of century-old plants, which were brought by Dubrovnik seamen from all corners of the world.
Ston and the Ston Walls - Visit Ston and take a stroll along the fortification walls from the 14th century. Due to its monumental size, it is known as the «European Wall of China». It encircled the city that already had a water and sewage waste system already in 1581. It is renowned for its old salt refinery dating back to the times of the Dubrovnik Republic, and for its excellent locally-grown oysters.
City of Korcula - Dubrovnik in a small, wonderful town on the island of Korèula. The fastest way to reach it is by ferry at Orebiæ on the Peninsula of Pelješac. You must pay a visit to the cathedral dating back to the 15th century, the City Museum, and take a walk along the narrow streets of this beautifully preserved city.
National Park of Mljet - on the island of Mljet - one of the 7 national parks of Croatia. In this oasis of peace and quiet, enjoy the beauty of the Great and Small Lakes.
But, this is not everything. So, come and get to know Dubrovnik, learn about Croatia! You will be pleasantly surprised! Welcome!