Bordering the wondrous Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is an enduring Mediterranean city nestled in Croatia’s Dalmatia region. The resilient city has survived a number of catastrophic events such as a devastating earthquake in 1667 as well as besiegement by the Yugoslav People’s Army during the Croatian War of Independence in the early 1990s. Despite its turbulent history, the seaside city stands today as an eminent destination replete with splendid beaches, grand architecture and relics, and unforgettable sights. Dubrovnik is officially recognized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) as a World Heritage Site.
Dubrovnik is renowned for its historically significant landmarks and art as well as more touristy attractions like scenic beaches and vibrant areas filled with nightlife. The Old Town features numerous old buildings that date back to the 1300s. Accordingly, the Old Town is surrounded by impressive fortresses including the Bokar Bastion and Minceta Tower. Several of the city’s prominent structures are the Rector’s Palace constructed in the Gothic-Renaissance style; the Church of St. Blaise which exhibits masterful Baroque architectural elements; and the imposing Pile Gate situated near the city’s limestone-paved main street Stradun. Boasting lovely beaches with temperate, crystal clear water and stretches of pebbly sand, Dubrovnik is home to Lapad Beach, Copacabana Beach, and Sveti Jakov Beach—a hidden gem that’s a short stroll outside of the city center. Visitors craving drinks with a view should check out Cave Bar More which overlooks the sea or Buza Bar with its “secret” doorway tucked away in a literal hole in the wall located at the Old Town’s southern side.
With its advantageous position on Croatia’s southern tip, Dubrovnik is in proximity to a few neighboring coastal cities. Heading south with just a couple of hour’s driving would lead to the Montenegrin cities of Budva and Kotor. The former city is a prominent tourist destination due to its active nightlife and crowded beaches, whilst the latter is known for its rich history and natural beauty. Dubrovnik’s Old Town offers half an hour boat rides to the nearby island of Lokrum where visitors can relax, sunbathe, and swim.
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Dubrovnik offers a reliable network of buses that connects the city’s neighborhoods and runs on popular tourist routes. There are buses that depart from the city center to key attractions such as Pile Gate, Lapad, and the Old Town where pedestrians can easily navigate around on foot. Visitors can purchase fare directly from the bus driver or newsstands. Just a few miles northwest of the Old Town is the ferry terminal located at the Old Harbor in the city of Gruž.
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The average price of a nightly rental in Dubrovnik is $108 while the average price of a weekly rental is $1450. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Dubrovnik home is $3445.
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