Dubrovnik is a real gem waiting to be discovered. With the city’s immaculate medieval architecture, beautiful marbled streets, magnificent baroque and renaissance buildings, elegant clock Tower dominating the landscape of this amazing city, it is no surprise that the town has been under UNSECO protection as a heritage site since 1979.
Once Dubrovnik was one of the smallest but most important merchant states in the Mediterranean. It had consular offices in more than 80 cities. Its fleet of almost 700 merchant ships rivalled that of Venice. Dubrovnik is a city whose story is best told by the city itself. Walk along the main street, Stradun, whose stone pavement has been polished smooth by feet that have walked it for hundreds of years.
The city’s glories walls offer a view of the magical Elaphite islands – Sipan, Lopud and Kolocep, scattered like pearls in the azure sea. Names Elaphite islands after the Latin word Elaphos for deer, this archipelago, which used to be the habitat of the noble wild game. From the Onofrio Fauntain right opposite the Pile Gate, to the city bell tower, the Gothic and Renaissance facades of the Sponza Palace and the Ducal Palace, the Baroque church of St. Blasius, the Cathedral of the Assumption of our Lady, or the St. Ignatius and the Jesuit Collage, every step in this town will be an experience par excellence. Dubrovnik is not just the old city as most of the hotels are located on the outskirts of this vibrant city on beautiful bays offering great holiday experiences for people looking to enjoy southern Dalmatia.
We have handpicked some of the finest, beautiful boutique hotels as well as best value excellent quality hotels to give you a selection to choose from. There is more than what we list in our portfolio as Dubrovnik is very popular and we can search beyond what we have included in our collection to give you the best option for your holiday. Early booking is highly recommended for some of the most popular hotels, especially if you are looking for the room with a view!