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Dubrovnik City Wallsin Dubrovnik, Croatia

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The main point of interest of Dubrovnik is picturesque defensive stone wall that was built around the Old Town and became a military fort.
Dubrovnik City Walls, Dubrovnik

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#2Walk atop the City Walls of Dubrovnik in DubrovnikWalk atop the City Walls of DubrovnikEugene Krasowski

You should definitely walk atop the main place of interest in Dubrovnik - the Old Town walls.

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Location: the Old Town

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#8Gastro Tour, Hedonist's #1 ChoiceGastro Tour, Hedonist's #1 Choice

Imagine having history of Dubrovnik brought to you on a plate, in some of the city’s finest restaurants. It is a perfect opportunity to dive into the renowned Dalmatian cuisine.

HRK 660+/person

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More places to visit in Dubrovnik

#30Ston in DubrovnikSton

Former major city, the second most important after Dubrovnik, Ston was known for the sea salt - a valuable product for that time.

#27Old Port in DubrovnikOld Port

The Old Port in Dubrovnik, is known as the Royal Harbor among those who watch the Games of Thrones. It's long been a key place in the city.

#14Arboretum Trsteno in DubrovnikArboretum Trsteno

Do you want to visit the incredible, wild and beautiful garden of the Royal Harbor? Then you should definitely visit the Trsteno arboretum.

#5Lokrum Island in DubrovnikLokrum Island

The small island located 700 meters away from Dubrovnik is a perfect place for a quiet weekend. You will enjoy its beautiful nature and stunning views around.

#12Panorama Restaurant in DubrovnikPanorama Restaurant

It is located on the upper embarkation point of the cable car station at the top of the Srđ Mountain. You can enjoy beautiful views and the Mediterranean cuisine here.

#17Saint Jakov Beach in DubrovnikSaint Jakov Beach

Locals adore this small pebble and sandy beach. In addition to the Mediterranean suntan, you'll get a beautiful view of the Old Town of Dubrovnik and Lokrum Island.

#23Lapad Beach in DubrovnikLapad Beach

Lapad beach has fine sand in its shallow waters, though the beach itself is pebbled. It's located not far from the city centre and there are plenty of cafes.

#21Fort of Saint Lawrence or Lovrijenac in DubrovnikFort of Saint Lawrence or Lovrijenac

Here, in the "Red Keep", one of the most important events of the Games of Thrones took place in the second season - the Battle of the Blackwater.

#11Large Onofrio's Fountain in DubrovnikLarge Onofrio's Fountain

Beautiful ancient fountain in the old part of Dubrovnik was once a part of the unique system of water supply. Even now you can drink spring water here!

#4Srđ mountain in DubrovnikSrđ mountain

413 meters high mountain offers bird's-eye views of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic coast. There are two viewpoints, Civil War Museum, a restaurant and an amphitheater here.

#26Banje Beach in DubrovnikBanje Beach

The most popular beach in the city, and one of the most beautiful by the way, offers great views of the bay, the Old Town with its famous Walls and the island of Lokrum.

#29Cave Bar More in DubrovnikCave Bar More

In Dubrovnik you will find a very unusual place - a bar, nestled right in the heart of the cave among stalactites and stalagmites!

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