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Dubrovnik Holidays & Hotels

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Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik is a jewel in Croatia’s crown. Accommodation is plentiful, from quaint B&Bs in rustic buildings to large-scale resorts next to the sea. Whether you’re on holiday with friends, family or a loved one, Dubrovnik has accommodation to suit all.

Dubrovnik attracts millions of visitors every year, ranging from history lovers to Game of Thrones enthusiasts and beach worshippers. With it ticking so many boxes, it’s no wonder you’re considering Dubrovnik for your next holiday!

Where to stay

Old Town

As the hub of the city’s main cultural sights, the Old Town is a great place to stay if you want to be on top of everything. Accommodation ranges from large apartments to cheap hostels and 5-star luxury hotels. All budgets are catered for. Since the Old Town is a UNESCO-protected historic centre, much of its accommodation is housed within traditional buildings dating back to the 17th century and beyond.


A short drive away from the Old Town brings you to the peninsula of Lapad, which is brimming with multiple beachfront resorts and apartments. In fact, this is where most of Dubrovnik’s accommodation can be found, so it’s well stocked with supermarkets, restaurants and shops. Many look to stay around Lapad to make use of its array of beaches, but it also has a lively local vibe that’s a little quieter than the Old Town.

Babin Kuk

The next neighbourhood from Lapad is Babin Kuk. The place is an exclusive area that’s home to several luxury hotels and beaches. It’s quieter and more secluded than other areas of Dubrovnik, offering a peaceful retreat for those after some TLC. Babin Kluk also has many more affordable mid-range hotels and apartments.

What to see

No matter what tickles your fancy during your holiday, Dubrovnik has got something for just about everyone. History fans will love taking a stroll around the Old Town, including the historic City Walls which offer spectacular panoramic views as you make your way from tower to tower.

Fans of Game of Thrones can also take one of the many tours, covering various filming locations dotted around the Old Town. Many of the show’s iconic scenes were filmed along the city’s cobbled medieval streets.

After immersing yourself in culture, head up to the top of Mount Srd via a short cable car journey. Once at the top, you’ll be treated to incredible panoramic views over Old Town and across the azure blue sea. If you fancy getting out of the hustle and bustle of the city, consider taking a short ferry trip over to one of the many nearby islands. Lopud island is famous for its white-sand beaches and relaxing cafe culture, while Lokrum boasts beaches, a large medieval Benedictine monastery, and a replica of the Iron Throne.


Dubrovnik’s Old Town has a sophisticated nightlife scene, boasting dozens of bars serving craft beers, wine and cocktails. For late-night holiday partying, head outside the city walls for lively weekend club nights.

Found within a medieval fortress, Culture club Revelin is a popular local haunt. Pubs, bars and late-night cafes can also be found peppered around Lapad. For something a little different though, swing by St. Lawrence Fortress - a fortress/theatre situated 37 metres above sea level. Not only does it host a number of theatre shows, but it also offers magnificent views out towards the Old Town’s city walls.

What to eat

Dubrovnik has a number of culinary delights up its sleeve, from fine dining restaurants to local eateries. Unsurprisingly, thanks to Dubrovnik’s location by the sea, delicious seafood can be found on menus across the city. Black risotto (or crni rižot, as you’ll find it on the menu) gets its dark colour from velvety squid ink, and is accompanied by clams, mussels and other shellfish for a deliciously fishy feast.

It’s also worth picking up some local olive oil to take home too. Whatever you do, don’t leave Dubrovnik without trying rožata. It’s a traditional Croatian custard dessert that resembles flan or crème brûlée, often given an extra kick with homemade rose liqueur and some rum.


Traditional tourist shops are everywhere in the Old Town, selling a selection of wares to take home to friends and family after your holiday. Gundulic Square is home to the only market within the city walls, and it’s where you’ll be able to pick up everything from handcrafted souvenirs to local drinks and snacks.

For more extensive shopping opportunities, head out the Old Town towards nearby Gruž and Lapad. Both areas have several shopping centres offering a selection of cheap local and international shops, as well as large supermarkets if you want to pick up some authentic Croatian treats!

Fast facts about Dubrovnik

Direct flight time: 2.45 hours from London

Transfer time from Dubrovnik airport to Dubrovnik: 24 minutes

Time zone: GMT +1

Currency: Croatian Kuna

Language: Croatian

Average price of a domestic beer: 8.27 kn

Average price of a bottle of wine: 35 kn

Number of Brit tourists per year: 1 million


Dubrovnik Reviews

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10/10 Amazing

03 November 2011

Fantastic City

I would HIGHLY recommend this City. It is fabulous and a must see.The views, the city walls, cable car, museums, swimming, food all fantastic. It was our first time but definitely won't be our last. The local bus service was brilliant. The airport coach Atlas takes you from airport into Old Town for 5 euro Approx 30 mins. On our return to airport there was no coach going to airport anywhere near the time of our flight (which was 12.45pm). The only coaches going that day were 5.10am and 2.40pm. which was a bit of a let down. Taxi cost us 210 kuna (approx 30 euro) which wasn't too bad. Beaches are mostly stony. I would go between March and September when going again as it was the end of season it was very quiet at night and got quite cool.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The sightseeing, Old Town, views, sea.

10/10 Amazing

21 October 2012

Dubrovnik - what a transformation!

It was hard to believe that only 20 years ago Dubrovnik was a city under siege - and amazing to see how they had restored it to its former self. The shops, bars and restaurants (which are plentiful) are all relaxed and easy going with great service with a smile, and a story if you ask too!

The best thing about my stay was ...

History, culture and style

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2011

fabulous place to visit

Really good place to visit. Felt safe and was very clean. Lots to do. People were lovely

The best thing about my stay was ...

brill place to vist with lots to do.

10/10 Amazing

13 May 2013

Busy city cruise ships tour excursions

Wonderful city beautiful views lovely secluded coves for safe swimming

The best thing about my stay was ...

Beautiful views fantastic restaurants serving local dishes friendly people

10/10 Amazing

09 September 2010

History brilliant and fantasic views

Small city with endless sights to explore very clean and great attention to detail in the way a tourist spot should be

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10/10 Amazing

28 April 2012

amazinging and unique

amazing place,the walk around the walls is a must do not be mislead that croatia is a cheap destination,the best value to vist museums ect is to buy a pass at the tourist board as entry fees all add up but it is a very unique place

The best thing about my stay was ...

the history and setting

10/10 Amazing

04 September 2010


lovely friendly people, delicious food. great for both swimming ,relaxing and culture. one of the best cities i,ve been too

10/10 Amazing

03 June 2017


One of the best holidays

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10/10 Amazing

20 August 2012



The best thing about my stay was ...


10/10 Amazing

16 July 2012

Amazing historic town

An amazing place

The best thing about my stay was ...

Walking the city walls

10/10 Amazing

14 October 2011

Dubrovnik-a place of History,Good food.

Check for position as Dubrovnik and surrounding areas can be steep with many steps. Beware of eating near the Castle as the prices reflect the large influx of American/Japanese on the cruise ships.Trips boat/bus will cost you 350Kn / person which can run away with your budget.Buy your bus tickets at the Hotel which for 2 people will save 8 Kn for a return trip.To return to the problem of steps . This could prove a problem to a person with mobility problems.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The Castle with it"s many shops,small streets views,food,designer boutiques.

10/10 Amazing

22 September 2011

Beautiful City

Beautiful City, lots to do. Do not go expecting great shopping, or party atmosphere. it is more about the culture and sight seeing

10/10 Amazing

12 September 2010


excellent place to visit for long weekend or main holiday, a bit pricie in centre but if you look around you can find cheaper places to eat and drink

The best thing about my stay was ...

city walls and centre

10/10 Amazing

29 October 2011

My favourite european city

Went at end october still busy but the most beautiful walled city I have seen. Been many times and still find something new. Difficult for people who don't walk well as there are many steps. I am content to see the world go by from a bar now as I am a wheelchaie user, but still get round quite a bit on the main street and shops and market areas. In July and August there is a wonderful festival with all kinds of entertainment indoors and out - concerts, ballet, choirs, orchestras - very enjoyable

The best thing about my stay was ...

The beautiful buildings, churches and palaces

10/10 Amazing

26 June 2011

better than the pictures

Dubrovnik old town is one of the few places that lives up to or exceeds expectations , it is better than the pictures. it gets busy with tourists and buses to the city gate get very crowded at peak times. walking the walls would not be advisable during heat of day in summer , evenings a better option when it is cooler. there are numerous bars and restaurants in the old town with excellent fresh fish dishes etc. sea

The best thing about my stay was ...

sights of the old town

10/10 Amazing

29 August 2012

Lovely coastal city with historic old town

We spent 2 weeks in Dubrovnik & found plenty to do both in the town & surrounding area.Allow plenty of time to explore the Old Town, a walk around the town walls & a trip on the cable car to Mt Srd are a must do.A visit to Lokrum to explore the island & swim is only a 10 mins boat trip from the old port.Other places of interest include the monastery & museum.Dubrovnik is ideally situated for trips to the Elephite Islands and also has good local bus links to Cavtat & Trsteno( the world famous arboretum)There are plenty of bars & restaurants serving reasonably priced food & drink especially away from the main tourist area.For those looking for more typical Croatian fare you need to visit villages away from Dubrovnik.For music lovers a good time to visit is during July/August for thr summer festival.

The best thing about my stay was ...

A wealth of historic sites & friendly people.

10/10 Amazing

22 July 2013


The island tours were great and very interesting. Going into old town Dubrovnik was brilliant many shops and restaurants to choose from. The cable car ride was amazing with spectacular views.

The best thing about my stay was ...


10/10 Amazing

01 August 2012

Dubrovnik - great place to visit

Following the Serbs damaging most of the city in 1991-1995, it has now been restored (including cable car to mountain 3 years ago) and great to see. We walked around city walls (70 euros - one way route to avoid blockages - 90 mins up and down steps along way, some steep) and great to walk around back streets, see harbour etc. Loads of places to eat (great for fish - great places on and off main street). Very friendly; very safe during day and evenings - friendly people and although a cruise ship can significantly increase the number of visitors, plenty of space and historic places to go (churches, exhibitions - including 91-95 war). Take kunas rather than euros as although euros accepted in most places, I think you lose out on rounding and the odd place won't take. I think you need 2-3 days to fully explore and appreciate but a day might do it. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit of 3 days.

10/10 Amazing

18 November 2011

Excellent. Would recommend to anyone they should visit

Dubrovnik is a beautiful country, with a fabulous city, spectacular scenery, wondeful scenery and excellent sea jouneys. Very good bus services and plenty of tours to extend your knowledge of the country. In the city there is plenty of good eating places, immaculately clean street and lovely shops. All the coffee bars are great and the staff very pleasant.

The best thing about my stay was ...

The history, the diversity of city and countryside and the ease of travel.

8/10 Great

29 August 2013

beautiful, friendly and not too big.

lovely city with enough to do - the sea, festivals, music,history,walking the wall,cable car, shops etc, along with excursions eg. the three island tour on a galleon (loved it) Plenty of good bars and restaurants, both touristy and local. Scenery and architecture is worth a look except for the cinema complex which could best be described as " soulless".

The best thing about my stay was ...

walled city