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Dubrovnik, Croatia

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With a coastline along the Adriatic Sea coast, Dubrovnik is a destination with captivating architecture and historic landmarks. The medieval charm mingled with a Mediterranean allure creates an irresistible charm. Nature enthusiasts will enjoy serene views of forests and nearby islands while indulging in the vibrant local culture and diverse cuisines.  Best time to travel: July to August (peak season), October to May (off-season), June and September (shoulder season)  Time zone: Central European Time (CET) Currency: Croatian Kuna or kn (HRK) Noteworthy: Dubrovnik Carnival (February), Saint Blaise Festival (February), Festivity of Saint Joseph (March), Dubrovnik Summer Festival (July to August)  Best for: History Enthusiasts, Romantic Getaways, Beach Trips, Water Sports, Wellness Retreat, Architecture Aficionados, Luxury and Budget Travelers Get Away: Getting To and Around Dubrovnik, Croatia By Air  Flying directly to Dubrovnik Airport is convenient and efficient with several major...

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  • Dubrovnik Carnival (February)
  • Saint Blaise Festival (February)
  • Festivity of Saint Joseph (March)
  • Dubrovnik Summer Festival (July to August)
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Gourmet: Places To Eat In Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Nautika Restaurant

The Nautika Restaurant in Dubrovnik is open seasonally and emphasizes local sourcing for the freshest flesh, meat, and vegetarian options. Housed in a historic maritime school, the restaurant has garnered global recognition and high praise.

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Soul Kitchen 

Nestled in the heart of Old Town, Soul Kitchen in Dubrovnik has a serene atmosphere with a spacious interior. The menu includes beetroot feta pasta, chicken shawarma with orange date couscous, and tofu taco Al Pastor.  

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Bonsai Sushi &amp; Wok

From fresh sushi rolls to sizzling wok creations, Bonsai Sushi & Wok uses only the finest ingredients and authentic Asian seasonings. It’s a perfect spot for foodie travelers to get a bang for their buck. Guests can try different kinds of meat, seafood, and vegetable dishes. 

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Bistro Bacchus

Bistro Bacchus has a fantastic Mediterranean-inspired menu, perfect for brunch with friends or a casual dinner and wine tasting. It’s also a stop on a local e-bike route which is perfect for a quick ride through town before sitting down to the most amazing ocean views in Dubrovnik. 

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Marco Polo 

Marco Polo is where Dalmatian cuisine meets international flavors inspired by Marco Polo's Silk Road adventures. They offer daily specials, a la carte, and seasonal food options that are paired expertly with the finest Croatian wines.

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Ala Mizerija

Only minutes from Old Town, Ala Mizerija in Dubrovnik is a hidden beach bar with laid-back charm and the most picturesque ocean view. The Croatian beers pair well with fresh bites, like anchovy bruschetta and chicken spring rolls.

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Stay: Places to Stay In Dubrovnik, Croatia
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St. Joseph’s Hotel

Blending Old Town’s history with modern comfort, St. Joseph’s Hotel in Dubrovnik features a variety of amenities. These include spacious rain showers, indulgent bathtubs, flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes, and complimentary breakfast. This cozy stay offers 24-hour staff, a concierge service, and a warm family-style breakfast at the adjacent St. Joseph’s Cottage.

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Hotel Stari Grad

The Hotel Stari Grad in Dubrovnik was once a 16th-century nobleman's house. Now, it’s a modern sanctuary with nine unique rooms, five suites, and an in-house Thai spa. The Hotel Stari Grad also has a delightful rooftop breakfast surrounded by historic elegance and gorgeous morning sea views.

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Villa Orsula

Perched by the water, Villa Orsula Hotel in Dubrovnik is a 5-star retreat with a full-service spa and fine-dining Peruvian cuisine at the Victoria Restaurant & Lounge Bar. It’s a short 5-minute walk into town with stunning views of Lokrum Island along the way. 

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Dubrovnik Hotel More 

Dubrovnik Hotel More is a 5-star luxury boutique stay, nestled by the sea in tranquil Lapad Bay. Guests enjoy guaranteed free parking and a complimentary bottle of wine. There are also sweet treats from Pastry & Cocktail Bar Slatki Kantun and exclusive discounts at the wellness spa.

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The Pucic Place

This classic Baroque-style hotel merges elegant design, modern luxuries, and timeless style. The Pucic Place in Old Town has breathtaking views of Gundulić Square, the cathedral dome, and historic landmarks.

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Bota Palace

Step into the Renaissance of Dubrovnik with luxurious accommodations that blend seamlessly with the Šare family's catering tradition. Housed in an 18th-century stone palace, Bota Palace has an onsite spa and restaurants.

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The Old Town Walking Tour

Led by a licensed local expert, this 5-star Old Town walking tour unveils over 1,400 years of Dubrovnik history. The UNESCO World Heritage site showcases architectural wonders, like Onofrio’s Fountain. 

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Kravice Waterfalls, Mostar, and Pocitelj Day Tour

Visitors can experience the Kravice Waterfalls, Mostar, and Pocitelj Day Tour to learn about the local lore. Guests are provided an air-conditioned vehicle and hotel pick-up and drop-off for a stress-free day in Croatia.

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Game of Thrones Tour

Avid fans of the epic fantasy TV show should book a day at the Game of Thrones Tour in Dubrovnik. Travelers can visit filming locations, like Lovrijenac Fort and Pile Gate, and hear fascinating stories from behind-the-scenes antics. 

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Old Town Food Tour

The Old Town Food Tour shares the authentic coastal flavors of the Adriatic Sea in local food and wine tastings. Visitors will wander through historic landmarks with a local guide and explore the culinary heart of the city.

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Dubrovnik Night Bar Tour

Starting at the historic Amerling fountain, the Dubrovnik Night Bar Tour explores local hotspots on Prijeko Street. The night concludes at the local guide’s favorite bar. Enjoy a complimentary drink and chat with friendly locals about Dubrovnik's rich culture.

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Sunset Cruise Around Dubrovnik by Karaka

The Karaka Sunset Cruise around Dubrovnik is the perfect evening activity to sit back, sip some sparkling wine, and capture breathtaking views of the Old City. There’s also ambient music to compliment the beauty of the sea under the starlit Adriatic sky.

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 Mystery in Dubrovnik Escape Game

This private mystery escape game is a one-of-a-kind outdoor adventure that blends an escape room with a treasure hunt all around historic Dubrovnik. Guests solve challenging puzzles, find hidden gems and uncover stories from the 16th century. 

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E-Bike Tour with Gourmet Lunch and Wine Tasting 

Accompanied by a licensed guide, this small group e-bike tour in Dubrovnik takes travelers up the enchanting Konavle countryside to a local farm. Guests visit an old mill to enjoy an organic lunch and wine tasting. They'll also visit a Franciscan monastery while learning about Dubrovnik’s local history.

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