Destination DubrovnikDestination Dubrovnik

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The City Walls
The whole of the Old Town in Dubrovnik is surrounded by the city walls which served as a defence against attack from the sea. The wall stretches nearly two kilometres and is as high as 25 meters in places. A walk on the walls provides the ideal opportunity to enjoy the medieval and baroque splendours of the Old Town. Open daily from 10am to 3pm in winter and 9am to 7.30pm in summer.
Address: Pile Gate

The Old Town
Stunning buildings and a great atmosphere makes the Old Town fantastic to wander around in. The marble-clad streets are some of the most fascinating in the world. The main street, Stradun, begins with an old monastery and ends in a great square.

The Dominican Monastery And Museum
This monastery dates back to 1301, and it was built by the citizens of Dubrovnik who were ordered to work on it by the local authorities. The attached museum contains an impressive selection of arts from sixteenth-century Dubrovnik. The museum is open daily from 9am to 5pm in the winter and 9am to 6pm in the summer.

The Elaphite Islands
Lovely and unspoiled islands between Dubrovnik and the Peljesac peninsula. Kolocep is one of the most attractive to visit, as there is both forest and lovely sandy beaches available to visitors. Ferry from Dubrovnik runs four times daily in the summer.

Just outside of town this beautiful Renaissance garden is perched on a hillside overlooking the sea. Palm trees, mandarins and grapefruits grow in this wonderful lush garden together with 400-year-old trees with some reaching heights of 50 metres. Particularly well-worth visiting on a sunny day in spring. Open daily from 8am to 3pm in the winter and 8am to 9pm in the summer.

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