What you do when you are in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik, or as the Croats like to call it, 'pearl of the Adriatic' is one of those cities whose beauty enchants the whole world and attracts many visitors. This place is rich in historical heritage, and the most valuable part is the impressive city walls. Whether you are interested in an ancient building or not, Dubrovnik will not leave you indifferent.

1. Walking tour of Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik was the perfect choice as the center of the capital of the Game of Thrones - not only has stunning natural and historic locations, but also the actual history of the city can often compete with the king's hunt for political intrigues and strange stories.

2. Boat trip to Elaphite islands from Dubrovnik

Although close to the city, the islands themselves are mostly populated, each of which has unique characteristics. The island of Koločep has fewer inhabitants and steep rocky cliffs, Lopud boasts sandy beaches, while the largest island of Sipan is known for its variety of vegetation.

3. Day trip to the Korcula island from Dubrovnik

The famous explorer, seafarer and trader Marco Polo inherited the whole world, and Korcula is his hometown! The island of Korcula has taken a privileged position among the Croatian islands. Here are more legends, stories and monuments than anywhere else

4. Day trip to Mostar from Dubrovnik

Cities of great cultural and ethnic diversity are not far from Dubrovnik. This trip takes you to the locations that played a major role in the historical conflicts in the Balkans - from Mostar, whose symbolically unites the East and West, to Medjugorje - the Catholic sanctuary, a place where Virgin Mary allegedly appeared.

5. Boat trip to National park Mljet from Dubrovnik

The Mljet National Park is one of 8 national parks in Croatia and is located on the island of Mljet, one of the largest islands in southern Dalmatia. The park was founded on November 11, 1960 and every year more than 100,000 people visit this beautiful park. The National Park includes the western part of the island, Veliko Jezero, Small Lake, Soline bay and the seafront, 500 meters from the most prominent hill on Mljet, covering an area of about 54 square kilometers.

6. Wine tour of Dubrovnik

Plavac, Dingac and Postup are the most famous black wines of peculiar taste, while on the island of Korcula is grown a white wine variety - Pošip. The Dubrovnik Malvasia, a wine of the Dubrovnik nobility, which was also called the "nectar of the gods", has been rebuilt in the Konavle, from whose vineyards comes a number of top quality wines, both black and white for true lovers and well-known and good-natured droplets.

7. Day trip to the Ston and Pelješac

Peljesac is the most fertile Croatian region for producing black wine. Vineyards can be found along the entire peninsula. Plavac mali, an indigenous grape variety, has no great quantity of wine, but the wine that comes from it has a high percentage of alcohol and tannins.

8. Day trip to the Montenegro and bay of Kotor

Dubrovnik and Montenegro share less than an hour's drive. At the entrance to Montenegro there is Boka Kotorska, one of the most beautiful bays of the Adriatic and Mediterranean, which harmoniously combines the mountain landscape and the spacious sea with rich history and diverse architecture.

9. Game of Thrones in Dubrovnik

As you know for sure, in Dubrovnik, a planetary popular series of Game Throne has been produced, transforming Dubrovnik into the King's Landing capital. Because of the great popularity of the series, many want to visit Dubrovnik to watch live some of the most famous scene from the series. The city offers numerous Throne Games tours that take you to a tour of all the major locations in this popular series.

10. Rafting on river Tara from Dubrovnik

Carving through the Durmidor Mountain and National Park, Tara Canyon is the second largest in the world. Our adventurous rafting tour takes you downstream through the most attractive 25 kilometers of Tara River. Surrounding nature will make you wonder if you stumbled into a national geographic documentary.

Beside this, you can check full guide of recommended excursions in Dubrovnik