The city of culture, architecture and gastronomic delicaciesJust a two or three hour flight from Europe’s major cities, Dubrovnik area is a desirable destination for those who want the beauty of untouched nature, different experiences and true values. Bathed in sun 250 days a year, the region of Dubrovnik has become a center of genuine culinary and enological pleasures, and the place where world famous cultural events take place..
Dubrovnik has always been not only the centre of cultural events but also a source of inspiration for many artists. Famous monuments, timeless architecture and artistic masterpieces have put Dubrovnik on UNESCO’s list of cultural and architectural world heritage sites. Numerous cultural events such as the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, Dubrovnik International Film Festival, Julian Rachlin & Friends Music Festival and Dubrovnik Shakespeare Festival make Dubrovnik an unavoidable destination for those who love music, theatre and film, and who keep coming back with joy and enthusiasm.
Pearl of the Adriatic surrounded by centuries-old wallsDubrovnik has been known worldwide for its charm and beauty since the beginning of the 19th century, when the first celebrities started to visit the town. Members of royal families, presidents, diplomats, as well as the biggest names in culture, business, show business and sport, visit Dubrovnik every year.
Lord Byron called Dubrovnik “The Pearl of the Adriatic.”
Bathed in sun 250 days a year, the region of Dubrovnik has become a center of genuine culinary and enological pleasures, and the place where world famous cultural events take place.
Plavac, Dingac, Postup and Posip are just few of the award-winning wines of the island of Korcula and nearby peninsula of Peljesac. They are a delicious part of the lifestyle, and a faithful partner to the gastronomic delicacies of this hedonistic region.
A Mediterranean city with a unique offer
- in 1979 it was added to the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites
- the city walls are 1,970 metres long
- Stradun – the main street and promenade through the Old Town (Stari Grad)
- a city of impressive monuments
- a city of culture and theatres
- St. Blaise, the city’s patron saint
- the Dubrovnik Summer Festival - a unique event
- a city of romantic promenades
- a city of Mediterranean delicacies
- a city of beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea