About Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik has a rich historic heritage and the entire Old City is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The city features the heritage of many different architectural styles, diverse cultural events, including festivals, art exhibitions and concert programs. Film tourism is based on the fact that in recent years Dubrovnik has been a popular and world-renowned location for filming television series and films, while the cosmopolitan spirit of its historical personalities and the achievements its poets and writers, physicists, mathematicians, seafarers, pharmacists and artists are felt even today. Modern tourism trends, gastronomy in which Dubrovnik chefs combine traditional tastes, Mediterranean ingredients and world culinary trends, top quality accommodation, and the warmth of Dubrovnik locals make our city special, appealing and unique.

More than a thousand years of history is present in every part of Dubrovnik. At the same time a city that is a museum and a live stage, Dubrovnik is the ideal blend of history and modernity. It is surrounded by 1,940 metre long medieval walls that have been preserved in their original form and are open to visitors – the city’s greatest attraction. The city has been under the protection of UNESCO since 1979 and is primarily a cultural destination that offers a variety of cultural events and festivals alongside its monuments. Dubrovnik is a destination for enjoying one’s holiday and is extremely well connected with air routes to all major European cities. Dubrovnik is a city that captivates, that you fall in love with and revisit time and again, each time discovering unique experiences.