Dubrovnik-Neretva County

Dubrovnik

Highly recommended
Dubrovnik
The Essential
Highly recommended
Built on a rock and encircled by ramparts overlooking the sea, the "pearl of the Adriatic" and a UNESCO World Heritage Site, was greatly damaged during the last war, but has regained its former splendour. The narrow, shaded streets of the old town vie for pride of place with the delightful small flower-decked squares and polished paving stones. Savour the Mediterranean ambience as you explore its treasures: Pile Gate, rampart walk, Franciscan and Dominican monasteries, Sponza palace, churches etc.

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Michelin's recommendations for Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik ramparts Dubrovnik ramparts
Dubrovnik ramparts
Dubrovnik
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Dominican Monastery Dominican Monastery
Dominican Monastery
Dubrovnik
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Rector's Palace Rector's Palace
Rector's Palace
Dubrovnik
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Sponza Palace Sponza Palace
Sponza Palace
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Gate of Pile Gate of Pile
Gate of Pile
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Placa Placa
Placa
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Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic

Dubrovnik is one of the world’s most stunning cultural jewels. Clinging to a rock, encased by a girdle of ramparts and lapped by a turquoise sea, Croatia’s famous town is fully worthy of its title “pearl of the Adriatic”. Over one thousand years old, this stone oasis first appeals by its architectural harmony. Yet Dubrovnik is far from frozen in the past. In summertime, it is particularly lively and dotted with terraces from which the visitor can observe the unending fresco of life in the city.
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