Try pršut#11 of 25 things to do in Dubrovnik
In Croatia, they usually serve pršut either with melon, or with sheep cheese, olives and onion.
The most famous Croatian dish, dry-cured ham, has two types - Istrian pršut and Dalmatian pršut. Taste it with melon or sheep cheese, olives and onion.
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.Price from 660 kunas5
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
Even today, you can take advantage of the achievements of medieval engineers!How much: free19Large Onofrio's Fountain
Go to the open sea on a yacht to enjoy the panorama of Dubrovnik, taking sunbathe and drinking champagne.How much: from 3380 kunas5Dubrovnik
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
Kulen is a traditional Croatian sausage made from minced pork which is smoked and abundantly flavored with paprika.How much: from 250 kunas15Dubrovnik
There is a nice restaurant on top of the the Mount Srd but a picnic is much more romantic!How much: free31Srđ mountain
On the rocky Buza beach you can enjoy an entertainment for brave hearts - jumping from the high cliffs into the Adriatic Sea.How much: free35Buža Beach
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
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 walk atop the main place of interest in Dubrovnik - the Old Town walls.How much: from 90 kunas55Dubrovnik City Walls
This fragrant cheese is made from special sheep milk on the Croatian island of Pag with the addition of olive oil for even more sated flavor.How much: from 200 kunas18Dubrovnik
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