Heads up! Dubrovnik nightlife is unusual - while the city has an abundance of bars, clubs are relatively few. But what they lack in quantity, they more than make up for in quality. Clubs here tend to capitalise on the city's brilliant architecture; you might find yourself raving in a cavernous 16th-century fortress or between the stony walls of ex-quarantine barracks. Head to one of these places after hitting one of Dubrovnik's many spectacular bars , and you're guaranteed a special night. A club venue since summer , the angular 16th-century fortress that marks the eastern end of Dubrovnik's Old Town has become the place to go after drinking-up time has been called in the town centre's other bars.
Dubrovnik By Land and Sea - DBV Shore Excursions | Carnival Cruise Line
Planning a trip to Dubrovnik? The views defy words: Lokrum Island, the city itself, Fort Lovrijenac, the West Harbour, and more are all clearly visible, and a visit here is easily among the best things to do in Dubrovnik. You can walk the walls in 45 minutes if you hurry along, but we spent nearly 3 hours here both times we visited and saw absolutely no reason to speed up. Climb the extra steps for a jaw-dropping view of the city. Game of Thrones fans, also take note of the shape of the fort: it was used for the exterior shots of the House of the Undying. A few things to be on the lookout for: the Jesuit Staircase where Cersei began her walk of shame, Blackwater Bay, which was the location of several scenes, Flea Bottom, the residence of the Spice King, the location of the Purple Wedding… and there are so many more. Set on a sheer cliff and standing imposingly over the sea, Lovrijenac Fortress is one of the most visible features of Dubrovnik outside the city walls.
Dubrovnik Shore Excursion: Explore Dubrovnik by Cable Car
Known mainly for its picturesque old town, Dubrovnik is a city that has more to offer besides its ancient walls and gates. Its proximity to the Adriatic makes it an ideal summer destination, where people get to enjoy both the crystal waters as well as its rich heritage. Dubrovnik is also a good base and you can do several day trips to other parts of Croatia and other parts of the Balkans. Located in the Southeastern part of the country, it is about 4 hours away from Split and give or take 10 hours away from the capital Zagreb. Wandering through its quaint city landscape is a must when in Dubrovnik.
Please refresh the page and retry. In the English king was returning home from the Third Crusades, an attempt by European leaders to reconquer the Holy Land from Saladin, when he was caught in a storm off the Croatian coast. Legend has it that the monarch promised to God to build a cathedral wherever he reached land alive — and that land happened to be the small island of Lokrum opposite Dubrovnik. The resulting basilica was largely destroyed in an earthquake in and rebuilt in