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About Dubrovnik

A trip to Dubrovnik gives visitors the opportunity to get to know one of Europe’s most glorious cities, steeped in culture and history. Add to this many beautiful beaches and countless islands and you have a vacation paradise. For accommodation, look no further than FlipKey, where you will find plenty of vacation rentals to make your stay unforgettable.

About Dubrovnik

Located on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia, Dubrovnik may be full of history but it has a modern side as well. Within its fortified walls, you will find ancient palaces and medieval houses intertwined with modern eateries and trendy boutiques.

Discover its history by visiting the UNESCO World Heritage old town with its baroque buildings and steep marble streets. A walk along the outer walls with views of the shimmering Adriatic Sea will remind you of the power this former Venetian city once held.

Despite the siege and shelling of the city by Serb forces during the 1991 civil war, the city has repaired the damage putting Dubrovnik back in its rightful place as one of the wonders of the Adriatic—a jewel in Croatia’s crown that will welcome visitors from around the world for years to come.

What to do in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik plays the fictional Kings Landing in the hit TV series 'Game of Thrones' and offers visitors the chance to not only see the locations used during the filming by taking a guided tour, but to learn all about the city’s real history as well.

Take a 15-minute boat ride to the pine-clad island of Lokrum for a day of sunbathing and swimming in its secluded coves. Legend has it that Richard the Lionheart was cast ashore here when returning to England from the third crusade.

For unforgettable views of Dubrovnik, go on a sea kayak tour of the city, where you will not only see the fortress from the point of view of an invader but also find hidden beaches that you can bike to later on.

To learn more about the region and its culture, take a day tour to one of Europe’s best-kept secrets—the tiny country of Montenegro.

Top travel tips for Dubrovnik

With long hot summers and mild winters, the best time to vacation in and around Dubrovnik is between June and late September.

If you want to be close to the action, look for accommodation near the Old Town. If you like nature and being by the sea, consider Zupa—it’s only 7 kilometers away and within easy reach of Dubrovnik by either bus or boat.

Avoid restaurants that advertise too many dishes or try to lure you in from the street. Make friends with a local and ask them for insider tips and always pay bills in Croatian kuna and not Euros.

Known as the “Pear of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik will never disappoint, even if you’re just stopping over as part of a Mediterranean cruise. A true beach vacation destination in its own right, look for your perfect place to stay on FlipKey, where you will find hundreds of rental properties to choose from.