Holidays To Dubrovonik

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Dubrovnik is a wonderfully unimpaired enclosed city on the Adriatic Sea shore of the utmost south of Croatia. While its inhabitants hardly surpass 40,000, it's one of the most important tourist centres of the Mediterranean and recorded as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1979, and it is yours to tour with all-inclusive holidays to Dubrovonik from Travel Center. It’s labelled the "Pearl of the Adriatic". Tourism is the most significant business in Dubrovonik so based on statistics from 2012, there are 45 hotels, twelve 5* hotels, nine 4* hotels, twenty-two 3* hotels as well as two 2* hotels. Dubrovnik was one of the hubs of the evolution of the Croatian dialect and arts, residents to various famous poets, playwrights, painters, mathematicians, physicists also other scholars. Dubrovnik is drenched in remarkable structure and sculptural features, and possess picturesque churches, abbeys, museums, and fountains. A host of classic towns and trips include: The Elaphiti Islands, the beautiful town of Cavtat, the Konavle valley, Mljet Island, Korcula Island, Ston and Peljesac Peninsula. The adjoining towns of Kotor and Perast in Montenegro or Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina also make for interesting day tours. Discover Dubrovonik by booking all-inclusive holidays to Dubrovonik with Travel Center including affordable flights, in-expensive accommodations and adjustable booking choices. Plan your holiday to Dubrovonik right away!

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Time Zone

UTC+01:00 hour

Airlines Flying

British Airways, Croatia Airlines, Alitalia

Languages

Croatian, English

Best Time to Travel

May to August

Modes of Transport

Bus, Taxi, Car, Trams, Ferry

Currency Exchange Rate

1.00 GBP = 10.41 HRK

TOP 10 PLACES TO VISIT

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The Old City Walls

Constructed in the 10th century and altered in the 13th and 14th centuries, these forbidding walls - as tall as six meters and nearly six meters broad-offer a firm protection against attackers. Equaling almost two kilometers in extent, a perfect location for a relaxed walk and provides many outstanding sights.

Stradun of Dubrovonik

A site where natives and travellers alike assemble day and night to see the world go by. Clearly one of Europe's most attractive walker streets, the Stradun possess various cafés and restaurants and is a great place to relax your feet after a day travelling Dubrovonik.

Dubrovonik Cathedral and Treasury

Produced in Baroque style by Andrea Buffalini of Rome and famous for its three corridors, three niches, and magnificent inner furnishing, it features paintings by Italian and Dalmatian designers from the 16th to 18th centuries, also a must view is the cathedral treasury with its various significant artefacts.

The City Gates

Popular Pile Gate has performed as the chief entry and is still the most fascinating admission site to this excellent ancient city. Other features are the sculpture of St. Blaise situated in a corner in the vault and sculpted by popular Croatian artist Ivan Meštrovi?, and, inside the embankment, a door going back to 1460.

The Square of the Loggia

Presenting some of Dubrovonik's most popular structures and common shrines, the courtyard of the Loggia is in the north east part of the ancient city hub. Features include Orlando's Column, constructed and created by carver Antonio Ragusino, as well as the popular Loggia of the Bells from back in 1480.

Dubrovonik's Gibraltar: Fort Lovrijenac

Situated on a stony cape just outside the city's western wall, Fort Lovrijenac has long been one of Croatia's most significant castle. Ascending a splendid 37 meters over the Adriatic. The fort is also utilised as a setting and scenery for Dubrovonik's popular Summer Festival and its various drama and musical shows.

The Big Fountain of Onofrio and St. Saviour Church

Likely the widely-known of the city's various significant shrines, the Big Fountain of Onofrio was constructed amid 1438 and 1444. A significant portion of the city's genuine water supply system, positioned directly in front of the fairly appealing St. Saviour Church constructed in the early 16th century.

The Dominican and Franciscan Monasteries

The Dominican Monastery was constructed in the early 1300s, a certain feature is touring the monastery's museum with its various 15th- and 16th-century religious illustrations in the technique of the Dubrovonik. Franciscan Monastery, is residence to one of the most precious libraries in Croatia and a captivating gothic pharmacy.

The Rector's Palace and Cultural Historical Museum

the Rector's Palace, now residence to the city's Cultural Historical Museum, has been changed a lot through the years. A stunning blend of late medieval and early Renaissance techniques, this well-kept structure is a pleasure to tour, especially its enjoyable mid square. the museum highlights sets of 15,000 elements and illustrations by Venetian and Dalmatian creators.

The Fort of St. John

In the top region is the Maritime Museum of Dubrovnik presenting exhibits of Dubrovonik's marine history explained by replica boats and naval relics, while the bottom region holds the Aquarium of Dubrovonik with many exhibits of native and foreign fish, and excellent selections of seahorses, also tour adjacent Bokar Fort.