About Dubrovnik





Dubrovnik is the most southern city of Croatia and lies on the Adriatic Sea, it is also one of the most prominent tourist destinations of the Mediterranean Sea.

This ancient city lies below a giant mountain named Srđ, its geographical and religious patron, a city of a unique beauty and harmony, spread out on the stone rocks and cliffs descending into the embrace of the sea and the waves, has been living and existing through its history in all these centuries up to the present days.

It is an open-hearted city, simple and friendly when greeting any well-meaning visitor from any part of the globe. It is a city with narrow streets and high walls, but with an open horizon. A part of the rich history has been carried over to the present day. The fact that Dubrovnik is a beautiful and historic city is proven by the fact that, in 1979, it was listed as one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

There are many sites to be seen in Dubrovnik besides the old architecture, the green Mediterranean landscape, and the azure depths of the Adriatic with White Sea cliffs, such as the many museums like the Cultural Historic Museum and the Rupe Ethnographic Museum. If you want to stay outdoors to get a grasp of Dubrovnik’s rich culture there are also many natural historic sites to be enjoyed.