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Dubrovnik is one of the most fascinating coastal towns in the Adriatic Sea, combining the beauty of historical architecture with the splendor of the landscape. It is located in southern Croatia and is one of the most attractive cities for tourists in the region. Dubrovnik has huge walls and beautiful beach sand, making it a favorite destination for history and leisure lovers alike.

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Charming Landmarks

  • Dubrovnik Walls
  • Church of St. Palazzo
  • Palace of Sant'Sava
  • Dubrovnik Cable Car
  • Great Onofrio Spring
  • Dominican and Franciscan monasteries
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Important tips when visiting Dubrovnik

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Dubrovnik's climate is warm and sunny during most seasons of the year. Where the summer period is hot and dry, while the winters are mild and rainy, it is very ideal to visit during the spring and autumn seasons. The average summer temperature is between 25 to 30 ° C, while in winter between 8 to 13 ° C.

Activities and Entertainment

Dubrovnik is considered the pearl of the Adriatic Sea, it is one of the most beautiful Croatian tourist cities with a stunning historical façade and breathtaking natural aesthetics. Dubrovnik will enable you to enjoy an amazing range of marine activities and water sports at its picturesque beaches, you can also attend the annual Dubrovnik Summer Festival, where the streets of the Old Town are decorated with music melodies, in addition to live entertainment, you can shop in its local markets and try delicious Croatian dishes in the most famous local restaurants, for history and antiquities lovers, you can explore and wander among its narrow alleys and historical landmarks.

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