Discover the medieval splendor of Dubrovnik
Plan a trip to the place where your camera will turn full, thanks to the endless enchanting landscapes you will encounter. A city of incomparable medieval beauty, with marble touches and varied architecture that promises to take you to another era, Dubrovnik is not by chance one of the favorite destinations in the Balkans.
Start your tour from the main pedestrian street Placa and enjoy a cosmopolitan walk between the cafes and restaurants of the city that are waiting for you to experience the local delicacies and aromas. Walk between marble mansions and be enchanted by the baroque architecture with the touches of ocher that create the most romantic setting for your walk in this small medieval jewel of the Dalmatian Coast.
Follow the road that will lead you to Pile, the entrance to the famous Old Town
Explore every corner of the city's main attraction and meet one by one its impressive monuments such as the Onoufrio Fountain and the Franciscan Monastery.
Cross the city walls and allow the images you see to steal your heart. Against the backdrop of the Adriatic Sea, get to know the cinematic scenes of Game of Thrones that will make you feel like the protagonists of a medieval production and find the ideal places that will give you the panoramic view of the port of this paradise city.
Through your wanderings in the magical Dubrovnik, between the bougainvilleas and the marble alleys you will discover all the sights of the area such as the gothic style Cathedral of the Virgin, the baroque church of Saint Blaise, the renaissance palace of Sponza and the Palace museum, will introduce you to the diverse cultural value of the place.
Food and local cuisine
In all cities of Croatia you will find a cuisine with a tradition in cooking meat and seafood for all tastes. A wide variety of traditional dishes awaits you to explore it and offer you unforgettable flavors and aromas. Try brodet pot fish, the traditional gregada fish soup or the famous gnudi that you will love. Finish your meal with a glass of locally produced red sweet wine.
The best time to visit Dubrovnik
You can visit Dubrovnik all months of the year. However, the most ideal period is the spring and summer months when the weather is more favorable.
How to use transportation in Dubrovnik
Transfer from/to Dubrovnik
In Dubrovnik you can travel by air as it has its own airport. You will find airline tickets all year round from Thessaloniki and Athens. Your transfer from the airport to the city center can be done by local buses and the journey time is 30 to 40 minutes (6 euros), but also by taxi which costs 25-30 euros and the journey takes about 20 minutes .
However, from Northern Greece there is the possibility to travel to Dubrovnik by road as a cheaper but more time consuming option.
In Dubrovnik the main means of transport are the buses which will allow you to be transported to all destinations in the city (travel cost - 1.50 euros). Of course there is also the option of using a taxi which is a little more expensive.