Dubrovnik has been characterized by thick walls since the Middle Ages, while it contains huge gates and raised fences. Dubrovnik is the attractive region that transports visitors to ancient times with the fortified city walls with major naval power with the commander of the third and largest naval forces in the Mediterranean.
The beautiful city has been preserved for a long time as the star of tourism in the country, as it gained more attention as a location for filming for HBO with the popular series of “Game of Thrones.” Lovers of history and imagination alike can enjoy the joy of coming to Dubrovnik to see all the sights of Dubrovnik, with its beaches and islands nearby, and ample opportunities in the sun. After visiting Dubrovnik, you will learn the reasons for her nickname “Adriatic Pearl City”.

Dubrovnik’s Old Harbor
The ancient port of Dubrovnik is located in the eastern part of Dubrovnik, and it is the old port protected by two breakwaters: Porporela, built in 1873, and “Cassi” built in 1485 from huge stones stacked with wooden foundations. At the height of Dubrovnik’s maritime navigation, forts were constructed around the perimeter of the port to guard the ships in the city. Today, the old port has become the attractive harbor for tourist activity and as a starting point for excursions to beaches on the nearby island of Crom. This harbor boasts stunning views and benches in construction, and Porporela breakwater as a popular place to enjoy an evening stroll and watch the sun and hide over the Adriatic Sea.

Banje Beach
Banje Beach is the closest beach to the Old Town, which makes the beach an attractive and convenient place for the best walls of Dubrovnik. There is a part of this beach pebbled, but there is also a public section full of vitality and relaxation. This beach is a fun beach to beat the heat after visiting some of the sights in the old town. Among the activities featured here are beach volleyball, mini football or water polo.
Franciscan Monastery
The Franciscan Monastery is located near the Pile Gate at the end of the West Stradun in the Franciscan Monastery. This monastery is home to the oldest existing pharmacy yet in Europe. Whereas most of the original church building was destroyed during the 1667 earthquake. The Franciscan Monastery is the Romen monastery with its gardens and places to receive visitors dating back 500 years ago. The gate of the Franciscan Monastery has been carved and carved since 1498. The treasures of the monastery collection of rare books and art objects are displayed in the Grand Renaissance Hall.

Onofrio Fountain
During the 15th century, Dubrovnik took steps to ensure the city’s supply of fresh water by building a connected canal system in Sumit. In the era of the builder of master Unofrio Giordano della Cava, I am concerned with this task. There were two fountains named after Architect Mark for the water distribution system. The dome of the Franciscan monastery is surmounted by a large dome made by Milan artist Beta Martinov, a fountain that still provides clear cold water to visitors.

Pile Gate
There is crowdedness at the entrance to the walled old city of Dubrovnik at the Pyl-Gate / Pile Gate. The portal was built in 1537 from the outer gate, which includes a arch built in fortification of the semicircle. There is an ornate statue, the statue of St. Blaise. The construction of the inner portal dates back to the 15th century, which resulted in visitors from Stradun. At present, the open pile gate stands 24/7.

Lovrijenac Fort
Located on a high-rise rock overlooking the Adriatic Sea, Lovrijenac was built as a buffer fort to repel attackers from land and sea. The original structure dates from 1301. It was an impenetrable fortress in terms of its strength and solidity that lasted for about 25 years. Today, Lovrijenac Fort is a distinctive and attractive fortress due to its great popularity in Dubrovnik, and it also hosts a variety of cultural events.

Rector’s Palace
In addition to the fact that the priest’s palace is the site of the Republican University, they were also the site of the university president for conducting city councils and arsenal meetings. The priest’s palace like other structures in Dubrovnik, and the original medieval palace has been rebuilt several times over the centuries. The palace is a remarkable palace with its blending of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. The priest’s palace is now home to the Museum of Cultural History, and the President’s Palace has been decorated with furnishings during the period of restoration of the original room styles.

Dubrovnik Cable Car
The best way to enjoy a panoramic view of Dubrovnik Old Town is the Dubrovnik cable car ride, which descends to the top of Srdj Mountain on the modern cable car. The Dubrovnik Cable Car is located just outside the city walls of the cable car station, which offers visitors a quick and easy mode with the possibility to enjoy stunning landscapes from transportation to the rugged mountain peak. In addition to a snack bar and a souvenir shop at the top, there is a small museum and memorial to commemorate the War of the Fatherland from 1990. Hikers can enjoy landing on the mountain by trail with ropes.

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