Rakija is a traditional Croatian alcoholic drink, something like brandy or cognac - very strong but more fruity and fragrant. You can find a wide variety of species of rakila in Croatia: plum (it is called Slivovica), grape, apricot, pear, apple, honey, quince and even juniper.
Rakija is served in restaurants and sold in supermarkets. Locals often produce it themselves right at their homes - you can find these home-made products in the markets (but don't look for the sign - ask!)
Prices: it costs about 100 kuna per bottle.
Be sure to ride the only cable car on the Adriatic coast and enjoy stunning views of the Old Town of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic Sea!How much: from 70 kunas60Dubrovnik Cable Car
You should definitely climb the mountain and see the stunning views of the Adriatic coast, Dubrovnik, and numerous islands to the horizon.How much: free20Srđ mountain
Where else can you see a theater performance in the open-air amphitheater of the 14th century with a great view of the sea and the Old Town?How much: free27Park Orsula
Find the strength to climb here and you will see one of the best panoramas in the world!How much: free18Fort Royal
You should visit one of the cosiest cafes of Dubrovnik to drink wine or beer here and to admire the stunning sunset of the Adriatic Sea.How much: from 50 kunas43Cafe Buža
Find out how to produce oysters on farm and eat the freshest seafood dinner while enjoying the magnificent views.How much: price unknown5Dubrovnik
Take a walk along the main and best known Dubrovnik street - Stradun. 300 meters of this historical route pass through the entire Old Town.How much: free47Stradun (Placa) street
There is a nice restaurant on top of the the Mount Srd but a picnic is much more romantic!How much: free31Srđ mountain
In Dubrovnik you can have a great time, go fishing on a small boat in the sea alone or with the locals, and use their fishing gear.How much: from 15 kunas9Dubrovnik
Every year on February 3 in the City of Dubrovnik you can take part in the ancient religious ceremony occasional to Saint Blaise's day.How much: free11Stradun (Placa) street
Kulen is a traditional Croatian sausage made from minced pork which is smoked and abundantly flavored with paprika.How much: from 250 kunas15Dubrovnik
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