Sightseeing options and holiday activities in
There are many interesting sights throughout Croatia to see,
but perhaps one of the most fascinating is the city of Dubrovnik. A walled city, Dubrovnik is situated right on
the Adriatic Sea and is known for its strong sense of history, tranquility and
beauty. The high walls as well as the bastions that still remain in this beautiful city stand in testimony to the
city’s long and proud history.
When you first approach the city, you might feel as though it
has somewhat of an appearance straight out of a fairytale. Rest assured, the city of Dubrovnik is very much real
and during a trip to the city you will have ample opportunity for exploring everything this charming city has to
|Being a harbour city, Dubrovnik has many water-based activities,
including exploration cruises to the nearby islands. (Image by
Along with the many sights that Dubrovnik has to offer, one
of the reasons that it is a favored holiday locale is the warm Mediterranean climate that can be found here. If you
are looking for a place to relax during your vacation, the clear blue seas and beautiful architecture of Dubrovnik
is certainly made to order.
You will find a variety of holiday cruises in Dubrovnik,
which will give you an opportunity to explore the nearby islands as well as the coastline. Walking on Dubrovnik
city walls is one of the most popular activity choices.
When planning your Dubrovnik
travel you will find that there is no lack of accommodation options in this charming
city. You can search for a variety of
different accommodation options ranging from modern hotels to quaint bed and breakfast inns and compare features
Dubrovnik holiday activities and sights
During your visit to Dubrovnik, there are certainly many of
holiday activities and sights which can be enjoyed. A walk along the 80 foot high fortified wall that surrounds the
city is definitely a must. It will take you about an hour to walk the entire wall. This is one of the best ways to
enjoy fabulous views of the city as well as the Adriatic Sea.
After taking a walk around the wall, be sure to stop by one
of the many outdoor cafes to relax and soak up the local culture. In the afternoon, head to one of the delightful
medieval streets that wind through the city. Almost all of the buildings you will see were constructed prior to the
14th century and reflect an array of Roman, Baroque and Gothic architectural styles. Once night falls, take a
promenade to Stradun; an avenue that is well known for its dining options.
From history to culture and dining, Dubrovnik certainly has
something to offer everyone.