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    Dubrovnik – a brief overview

    Once known as the Republic of Ragusa, Dubrovnik is a city that’s hard not to fall in love with. Its UNESCO-listed Old Town is a soothing combination of honey-coloured stone and terracotta tiles, and boasts a magnificent set of 13th-century city walls as well as some of the most spectacular ecclesiastical architecture in Europe.

    Then there’s the dramatically beautiful coastline that surrounds it, with golden sandy beaches just minutes from the city centre, and the wonderful old harbour where you can charter motorboats and island hopping begins. Add delicious local seafood and you’ve got the recipe for a perfect weekend away.

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    City walls

    Ulica od Gale 13
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0800-1830 (Apr-May and Aug-Sep)
    Daily 0800-1930 (Jun-Jul)
    Daily 0800-1730 (Oct)
    Daily 0900-1500 (Nov-Mar)

    Dubrovnik’s 13th-century city walls encircle the UNESCO-listed Old Town and are up to 24m high in places – perfect for getting your bearings and a beautiful view. Towers dating from the 15th century dot the 2km circuit which begins and ends at the imposing city gates.

    War Photo Ltd

    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-2100 (Jun-Sep)
    Tue-Sun 1000-1600 (May and Oct)

    Dedicated to the work of war reporters around the world, this touching museum sympathetically charts the history of modern conflict – including the last time Dubrovnik itself came under attack in 1991.

    Rector’s Palace

    Ulica Pred Dvorom 3
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-1800 (Apr-Oct)
    Daily 0900-1600 (Nov-Mar)

    A Gothic-Renaissance pile dating from the 15th century, the palace was once home to the ‘first citizen’ (Rector) of the Republic of Ragusa, but is now a cultural museum.

    Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin

    Placa
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Mon-Sat 0900-1700 (Apr-Oct)
    Sun 1100-1700 (Apr-Oct)
    Mon-Sat 1000-1200 and 1500-1700 (Nov-Mar)
    Sun 1100-1200 and 1500-1700 (Nov-Mar)

    Occupying the site of a 12th-century cathedral destroyed in the earthquake of 1667, this magnificent baroque building houses the city treasury with 132 priceless relics, among them the 12th-century gold-encrusted head of St Blaise.

    Dubrovnik Cable Car

    Ulica kralja Petra Krešimira IV 2
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-2400 (Jun-Aug)
    Daily 0900-2200 (Sep)
    Daily 0900-2000 (Oct and Apr-May)
    Daily 0900-1700 (Nov and Feb-Mar)
    Daily 0900-1600 (Dec-Jan)

    Although the journey on Dubrovnik’s ultra-modern cable car lasts less than three minutes, you need at least 30 to enjoy the spectacular views of the city and the sea from the top of Mt Srdj.

    Sponza Palace

    Clocktower
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-2100 (summer)
    Daily 1000-1500 (winter)

    Once the state mint and customs house of the Republic of Ragusa, the gorgeous 14th-century Sponza Palace is now home to the city archives and a moving museum that documents the horror of the 1991-1992 siege.

    Pile Gate

    Ulica Vrata od Pila
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0800-1830 (Apr-May and Aug-Sep)
    Daily 0800-1930 (Jun-Jul)
    Daily 0800-1730 (Oct)
    Daily 0900-1500 (Nov-Mar)

    The centrepiece of Dubrovnik’s ancient city walls, the 15th-century Pile Gate has a working drawbridge and an elaborate statue of the city’s patron deity, St Blaise, set in a niche above it.

    Maritime Museum

    Tvrđava svetog Ivana
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Opening times:
    Tue-Sun 0900-1800 (Apr-Oct)
    Daily 0900-1600 (Nov-Mar)

    The fabulous wealth of the Republic of Ragusa was founded entirely on trade and this fascinating museum, set inside the former St John’s Fortress, is testament to the power of Ragusa’s formidable trading nous.

    Dominican Monastery

    Ulica Svetog Dominika 4
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 321 423
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0900-1800 (May-Oct)
    Daily 0900-1700 (Nov-Apr)

    Along with paintings by the likes of Božidarević, Hamzić and Dobričević, the Dominican Monastery, a wonderfully elaborate Gothic pile, also houses a small museum dedicated to the history of the order.

    Church of St Ignatius

    Uz Jezuite
    Dubrovnik
    Croatia
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    Opening times:
    Daily 0630-2200

    One of Dubrovnik’s loveliest ecclesiastical buildings, the Church of St Ignatius was completed in 1725 and boasts enough gold inside to make a sheikh blush.

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    Country overview

    Croatia is one of the most popular travel destinations in Europe, thanks in large part to its coasts and more than 1,000 islands, which are a special paradise for swimmers, water sports enthusiasts and divers. The Kornati Archipelago off the central Adriatic Coast is particularly popular. In Dalmatia, the southern part of the country, Split and Dubrovnik have beautifully preserved historic downtowns that make them attractive destinations.

    But the country’s inland regions also have a lot to offer. The capital city of Zagreb is always a draw, with its countless museums and vibrant cultural life, its medieval buildings and its Habsburg-era architecture. The Plitvička Jezera national park, the Plitvice lakes region surrounded by the Dinaric Alps between Zagreb and Zadar, is a major tourist attraction thanks to its waterfalls.

    Geography

    Croatia borders Hungary and Slovenia to the north and Serbia and Bosnia-Herzegovina to the east. The southern tip of the country shares a short border with Montenegro. The Dinaric Alps separate the Adriatic region from the central European, continental part of the country. This region stretches from the eastern borders of the Alps in the northwest of the country to the banks of the Danube in the east. This also includes the southern part of the fertile Pannonian Basin. The country has an extensive coast along the Adriatic Sea, including the port cities of Rijeka, Pula, Zadar, Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik.

    The peninsula of Istria is located on the northern coast, separated from Dalmatia by Kvarner Bay with its vacation islands of Krk and Rab. The southern coast is divided into northern, central, and southern Dalmatia. The country’s hilly inland includes the region of Zagorje and extends east from Zagreb to the Serbian border.

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    Population: 4,28 mio.

    Population Density (per sq km): 75

    Capital: Zagreb
    Population: 790.000

    Language

    The official language is Croatian (Hrvatski).

    Currency

    Kuna (HRK; symbol Kn) = 100 Lipa. Notes are in denominations of Kn1,000, 500, 200, 100, 50, 20 and 10. Coins are in denominations of Kn25, 5, 2 and 1, and 50, 20, 10, 5, 2 and 1 lipa.

    Electricity

    220 volts AC, 50Hz. Two-pin plugs as in most of Western Europe.

    Public holidays

    Below are listed Public Holidays for the January 2019 – December 2020 period.

    2019

    Nova Godina (New Year’s Day): 1 January 2019
    Bogojavljenje (Epiphania): 6 January 2019
    Uskrsna nedjelja (Easter Sunday): 21 April 2019
    Uskrsni ponedjeljak (Easter Monday): 22 April 2019
    Praznik rada (Labour Day): 1 May 2019
    Tijelovo (Corpus Christi): 20 June 2019
    Dan antifasisticke borbe (Anti-Fascist Resistance Day): 22 June 2019
    Dan drzavnosti (Statehood Day): 25 June 2019
    Dan domovinske zahvalnosti (Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day): 5 August 2019
    Velika Gospa (Assumption Day): 15 August 2019
    Dan neovisnosti (Independence Day): 8 October 2019
    Dan svih svetih (All Saints’ Day): 1 November 2019
    Bozic (Christmas): 25 December 2019
    Sveti Stjepan (St. Stephen’s Day): 26 December 2019

    2020

    Nova Godina (New Year’s Day): 1 January 2020
    Bogojavljenje (Epiphania): 6 January 2020
    Uskrsna nedjelja (Easter Sunday): 12 April 2020
    Uskrsni ponedjeljak (Easter Monday): 13 April 2020
    Praznik rada (Labour Day): 1 May 2020
    Tijelovo (Corpus Christi): 11 June 2020
    Dan antifasisticke borbe (Anti-Fascist Resistance Day): 22 June 2020
    Dan drzavnosti (Statehood Day): 25 June 2020
    Dan domovinske zahvalnosti (Victory and Homeland Thanksgiving Day): 5 August 2020
    Velika Gospa (Assumption Day): 15 August 2020
    Dan neovisnosti (Independence Day): 8 October 2020
    Dan svih svetih (All Saints’ Day): 1 November 2020
    Bozic (Christmas): 25 December 2020
    Sveti Stjepan (St. Stephen’s Day): 26 December 2020

    All information subject to change.

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    Nightlife in Dubrovnik

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    As befits a city perched on the Adriatic, beach bars dominate Dubrovnik’s drinking scene, although you can also find quirky bars tucked into battlements and cliffs.

    Cafe Buža

    Grbava ulica 1
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Perched on the clifftop near the Pile Gate, Buža is open air and serves local wine and beer.

    360°

    Svetog Dominika BB
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Nestled into a series of terraces in the old city battlements, 360° is popular with the city’s style set.

    Troubadour Hard Jazz Café

    Bunićeva Poljana 2
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
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    Perenially popular café, with live jazz and blues bands entertaining drinkers most evenings.

    Nonenina

    Pred Dvorom 4
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    A local institution, Nonenina boasts comfortable wicker chairs and unparalleled people-watching opportunities.

    Eastwest

    Ulica Frana Supila 17
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Chic beach club by day and seriously stylish open-air cocktail lounge at night.

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    Restaurants in Dubrovnik

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    Seafood is the staple fare in Dubrovnik and you don’t have to search hard for good places to sample it.

    Traditional Croatian food is also well worth a try and is popular with old town restaurateurs.

    Proto

    Široka ulica 1
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Price: Expensive

    Once hosted the Duke and Duchess of Windsor and has been trading off its royal connections ever since.

    Nautika

    Brsalje ulica 3
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800

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    Price: Expensive

    Dubrovnik’s most expensive restaurant serves up seafood with spectacular harbour views.

    Kopun

    Poljana Rudera Boskovica 7
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Price: Moderate

    Croatian classics (including castrated cockerel) served up in a peaceful Old Town square.

    Lokanda Peskarija

    Ulica Gorica Svetog Vlaha 79
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Price: Moderate

    Enormously popular with locals – expect seafood and friendly service.

    Kamenica

    Gundulićeva Poljana 8
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
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    Price: Cheap

    A family-run eatery that serves up huge platters of fried girice or calamari.

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    St Blaise's Day

    February 2019

    Venue: Church of St Blaise

    The patron saint of Dubrovnik, Blaise is celebrated here perhaps more than anywhere else. An impressive statue of Saint Blaise can be seen at the 1537 Pile Gate. Dubrovnik celebrates its saint’s day with enthusiasm. His relics are paraded through the Old Town and there are parades and parties through the day.

    Carnival

    28 February – 5 March 2019

    Venue: Old Town

    A carnival atmosphere descends on the city. This centuries-old tradition takes place along the Stradun, around the Church of St Blaise, and the Revelin Fortress. Expect music, parades and colourful costumes.

    Easter

    21 – 22 April 2019

    Venue: Various churches in Dubrovnik

    Easter in devoutly Catholic Croatia is a social occasion as well as a religious one, and Dubrovnik is as picturesque a place as any to celebrate the holiday. Special masses are held at churches throughout Dubrovnik and many people attend in traditional dress – voluminous skirts and large hats for the ladies, baggy trousers and pillbox hats for the men. Decorated eggs are prepared for the occasion and miniature loaves of semi-sweet bread are baked. After church is a time for getting together on the city’s public squares.

    Dubrovnik International Opera Festival

    June – July 2019
    Website

    Venue: Various venues

    The Festival brings together a number of Croatian and international opera singers, musicians, conductors and orchestras who perform against the stunning backdrop of the Old Town. The event was first started to honour Croat tenor Tino Pattiera who died in the 1960s.

    Dubrovnik Summer Festival

    10 July 2019
    Website

    Venue: Old Town

    The Dubrovnik Summer Festival has been going strong since 1950 and is the largest and most celebrated cultural event in Croatia. An all-star line-up of international performers and an ever-increasing number of visitors are drawn to the unique combination of indoor and outdoor venues in this fabulous Renaissance Baroque city.

    Ston Marathon

    September 2019
    Website

    Venue: Ston

    Taking place in the wider Dubrovnik region, this marathon also gives the chance for a shorter, 15km (9-mile) run. Both races start and finish in the center of the ancient town of Ston.

    Christmas Fair

    November 2019 – January 2020

    Venue: Old Town

    Dubrovnik sparkles with fairy-tale romance at the end of the year. Traditional gifts and handicrafts will be on sale such as Christmas decorations, candles, toys, glassware, embroidery, ceramics and porcelain. Or visitors can tuck into Christmas cookies, mulled wine, “Bruštulani Mjenduli” (candied almonds), and other traditional delicacies including “kontonjata” (quince cheese), “mantala” (cheese), “prikle” (doughnuts) and “hrostule” (deep fried biscuits).

    All information subject to change. Please check the dates on the relevant event organizer’s website.

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    Hotels in Dubrovnik

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    From luxury 5-star towers to quiet little bed and breakfasts, Dubrovnik has no shortage of lovely places to stay – even if many are perched on the beach away from the city centre.

    Hotel Dubrovnik Palace

    Masarykov put
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Category: Expensive

    Thoroughly luxurious and located on a gorgeous stretch of sandy beach just outside the city.

    Hilton Imperial

    Marijana Blazica 2
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Category: Expensive

    In a grand building right next to the Old Town, with all the luxuries you’d expect from a Hilton hotel.

    Valamar Lacroma Dubrovnik

    Iva Dulčića 34
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Category: Moderate

    A short stroll from a Blue Flag beach and only a few kilometres from town, this sleek place boasts pools, a spa and sea-view dining.

    Hotel Komodor

    Uz Jezuite
    Dubrovnik
    Croatia
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    Category: Moderate

    Small and family-run, this hotel is perched on a sandy beach just outside the city centre.

    Villa Konalić

    Ulica Rožat Donji 15-24
    20000 Dubrovnik
    Croatia
    Tel: +385 20 638 800
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    Category: Cheap

    These apartments offer clean, affordable accommodation on the outskirts of Dubrovnik next to a bustling marina.

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    Climate & best time to visit Croatia

    Croatia has a varied climate, with continental climate conditions inland and Mediterranean influence on the Adriatic coast. Peak season is July – August, with temperatures in the high 20s or in the 30s in places like Split, but you can expect plenty of sunshine from roughly May to October on the coast, and the shoulder seasons (May-June and September) are among the best times to visit Croatia. Inland is also hot in the summer but can be bitterly cold in the winter with sub-zero temperatures and heavy snowfall. Winter on the coast is milder but can be quite rainy.

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    Jan66.2 °F19.4 °F51.8 °F41 °F66 %147 mm114.1 h
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    year98.6 °F19.4 °F66.2 °F53.6 °F67 %1301 mm987.0 h

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    Phone calls & Internet

    Telephone
    Country code: +385

    Mobile telephony and Internet
    Since June 2017, EU citizens traveling within the EU, and also in Iceland, Norway and Liechtenstein have been able to use their cell phones and surf the Net without incurring any extra charges: In other words, customers pay the same price for phone calls, text messages and data volume as they do at home. Restrictions do apply to the constant use of SIM cards abroad, however, and caps may be set on data packages. For full details, contact your mobile telephony provider in your country. Travelers using a SIM card from a non-EU state do not benefit from the new arrangement.

    Free Internet access via Wi-Fi is possible in many busy tourist spots. When using public Wi-Fi networks, it is a wise precaution to ensure encryption of all passwords, credit card details and banking TANs entered. Use of a VPN app or security software to check the safety of a hotspot is recommended.

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    Shopping in Dubrovnik

    Key Areas

    Souvenirs certainly aren’t hard to come by in Dubrovnik, with tourist shops on almost every corner in the Old Town. Unique crafts are harder to find however, with Dubrovačka Kuća near Ploče Gate among the few to stock Croatian wine and truffle oil. The warren of streets around the Ploče Gate is also the place to look for designer buys, with Maxmara and a cool boutique named Maria Concept Store among the highlights. Head to Zlatarska for pieces by up-and-coming local names such as Modni Kantun.

    Markets

    The street market on Gunduličeva Poljana is the main source of alfresco retail therapy and sells everything from fresh vegetables to handmade lace.

    Shopping Centres

    DOC (Ulica Kralja Tomislava 7) is the largest and most popular of Dubrovnik’s malls and hosts a wide range of international chains, among them Miss Selfridge. The smaller Mercante (Vukovarska 24) is also worth a visit.

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    Traveller etiquette

    Social Conventions

    Croatians are proud of their young nation, which has been a member of the EU since 2013. It is considered inappropriate for foreigners to comment on the country’s socialist or even fascist past. The Austrian and Italian traditions that have influenced local culture place great emphasis on politeness, but they also encompass a zest for life. Croatians are generally very warm and welcoming hosts. They are usually thrilled if you even attempt to use a few words of Croatian. Soccer is the top national sport in Croatia (the national team took second place in the 2018 World Cup), so soccer and sports in general are a good subject for small talk. For business appointments, formal clothing is generally expected. Swimwear should only be worn at the pool and the beach.

    Smoking

    Smoking is strictly prohibited in all public buildings. Special rules apply to restaurants; when in doubt, ask the staff if smoking is permitted.

    Tipping

    The bill should be rounded up in hotels, restaurants, and taxis. A ten-percent tip is customary.

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    Health

    Food & Drink

    Food is almost universally safe, and tap water is fine to drink.

    Other Risks

    Vaccinations against hepatitis B and tuberculosis are sometimes advised. Precautions should be taken against tick bites. For anyone planning to spend long periods of time in forested areas, carrying a pair of tick tweezers is advised, and immunisation against tick-borne encephalitis is also a possible precaution. Rabies is present. If you are bitten, seek medical advice without delay.

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