1 Dubrovnik’s city walls
A well-trodden walkway follows the full circuit of the battlements, providing the ideal vantage point from which to enjoy the city’s medieval and Baroque splendours.
2 Dominican monastery
In Dubrovnik’s Old Town, the monastery’s quiet cloister harbours a small but stunning collection of Renaissance art.
This densely wooded islet, a short boat ride from Dubrovnik, is the perfect place for a sunbathe or a stroll.
4 Mount Srđ
Scale the peak overlooking Dubrovnik by cable car or on foot to enjoy fantastic views of the coast.
5 Dubrovnik’s Summer Festival
The annual cultural shindig brings top-class drama and music to the Old Town’s courtyards and fortresses.
These Renaissance gardens, perched on a hillside overlooking the sea, provide an ideal excuse for an out-of-town excursion.
7 The Elaphite Islands
Koločep, Lopud and Šipan are among the most beautiful and unspoilt islands in the Adriatic.
Lush, forested island with an easily strollable network of paths enircling its two saltwater lakes.